List of The Sims video games

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The Sims series
Genre(s)Life simulation
Developer(s)Maxis
Publisher(s)Electronic Arts
First releaseThe Sims
February 4, 2000 (2000-02-04)
Latest releaseThe Sims 4: Eco Lifestyle
June 5, 2020 (2020-06-05)
Spin-offsThe Sims Stories, MySims, The Sims Online, The Sims Carnival, The Sims Social

This is a list of The Sims games and their expansion packs.

The Sims [edit]

Base Game[edit]

Expansion packs[edit]

Compilation packs[edit]

Console editions[edit]

The Sims Online[edit]

The Sims 2[edit]

Base Game[edit]

The Sims freeplay

Expansion packs[edit]

Stuff packs[edit]

Compilation packs[edit]

Console editions[edit]

The Sims Stories[edit]

MySims[edit]

The Sims 3[edit]

Base Game[edit]

Expansion packs[edit]

Stuff packs[edit]

Compilation packs[edit]

Console and handheld editions[edit]

The Sims Medieval[edit]

Core game[edit]

Adventure packs[edit]

Handheld Version[edit]

  • The Sims Medieval (IOS and Windows Phone) (Removed from app store on IOS, still exists on Windows Store)

The Sims Social[edit]

The Sims 4[edit]

Base Game[edit]

Expansion packs[edit]

Game packs[edit]

Stuff packs[edit]

Free packs[edit]

Console Edition[edit]

The Sims 4

Base Game[edit]

  • Standard Edition, Deluxe Party Edition (PS4)

Expansion Packs[edit]

Expansion Packs and Stuff Packs were released in bundles.

  • Vampires, City Living, and Vintage Glamour[1]
  • Get to Work, Dine Out, Cool Kitchen Stuff[2]
  • Seasons, Jungle Adventure, Spooky Stuff[3]
  • Island Living, Perfect Patio, Backyard, Laundry Day Stuff[4]
  • Cats and Dogs, My First Pet Stuff[5]

Digital Download[edit]

  • Tiny Living Stuff Pack[6]

The Sims Mobile[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]