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Life Advice, as Gleaned From ‘The Sims

What a computer game about life has taught me about life

(Illustrations — Mark Starmach)

The turn of the 20th Century to the 21st Century was marked with many things — Y2K, the Sydney Olympics, Beanie Baby hysteria and ill-fitting jeans.

But none have impressed themselves as deeply into my psyche than the computer game franchise, ‘The Sims’.




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Mark Starmach

Mark Starmach

Mental health, sideways. New article monthly.

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