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Making Games More Accessible To Families

In order for my family to play sims together I would be purchasing hundreds of dollars so my boyfriend's two kids and the two of us could all play. Now with Steam having Sims it's more possible. But I can't share my origin games with them so they can't play sims 2 or 3. So basically they stuck until the next big sale on orgin so the can play again since I got a new desktop therefore no longer using the gaming laptop.

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  • nerdfashionnerdfashion Posts: 3,140 Member
    As a kid, I only got Sims games for my birthday and Christmas unless I paid for it myself. It taught me a lot about saving money and working for things. Maybe try that if your kids are old enough?
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  • drake_mccartydrake_mccarty Posts: 5,662 Member
    You can install the game on multiple machines. You don’t have to buy a brand new copy to get it on your desktop and laptop.
  • NorthDakotaGamerNorthDakotaGamer Posts: 1,662 Member
    I have the game on multiple computers and since my family prefers to play offline, we can all open and play it at the same time.
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