The Sims Bustin Out ROM

the sims bustin out rom
When focusing on the main objectives, The Sims Bustin Out is about 13 Hours in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 28½ Hours to obtain 100% completion.

Get the crow bar from uncle Hayseed, then go to your home in the clock tower and go by the stairs and press A. You will then be in a room and the blueprint is in that room on the floor, pick it up and take it to Gyosepi. Then go past the library where there are road construction signs and caution cones on the corner.

When you see the manhole it will have a red flashing arrow over it press A and you will be in the sewers. Once there you will find a button on the floor, step on it and you will lower the ladders. Then go and see Gyosepi again to progress.

In The Sims Bustin' Out, they will get fired if they miss three days in a row.

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Additional Information

The Sims Bustin’ Out is a video game that was released in 2003/2004 for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube, Game Boy Advance, & N-Gage. It is the second title in The Sims console series and the first The Sims title not released on Windows PC. It featured the same 3D environment and engine the past game did, however adds several features from The Sims expansion packs: Livin’ Large, House Party, Hot Date and Superstar. As the title suggests, Sims can get out of the house to visit other locations such as Shiny Things Lab or Casa Caliente. There are two modes: Bust Out Mode, which has mission-based gameplay and Freeplay Mode, which is open-ended gameplay very much like the original The Sims PC game.

The Game Boy Advance and N-Gage version has its own storyline. The Game Boy Advance and N-Gage version puts the player’s Sim in “SimValley” for a summer holiday. Like the console version, GBA/N-Gage version gameplay is objective-based – every time the player completes a series of tasks, the game progresses. In this game, there are no furnishing objects to unlock. Instead, the player must complete all tasks to unlock new houses. Deviating from the “point-and-click” selection process used in every previous Sims title, this version allows the user to control their Sim directly, using the GBA’s directional pad.

In these versions, new mini-games (jobs for the Sims) are unlocked progressively when certain tasks are done. The GBA and N-Gage versions are largely the same, but the N-Gage version has an exclusive feature that allows Sims to collect three cartridges from various locations and play classic games such as Snake on the Sims’ mobile phone. In both versions, there are various locations that Sims may visit throughout the course of the game. As Sims advance through the game, new areas become accessible.

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Release Date

North America: December 16, 2003
Europe: December 19, 2003
Australia: January 27, 2004
Japan: February 29, 2004




Griptonite Games


Game Boy Advance




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