The Sims 2: Open for Business Crack/Patch

The Sims 2: Open for Business The world is your entrepreneurial oyster in this all-new The Sims 2 expansion pack, allowing you to experience the victories and challenges associated with creating, owning and running your own business. From the layout and merchandise, to the employees and materials, you choose what your Sim needs to create a profitable and fun business. In The Sims 2 Open for Business, your Sims will learn what it takes to build a clientele and keep loyal customers happy while improving employee morale and managing a lucrative business. Players can even help their Sims to create and craft new items to sell and meet customer demands. As each customer is different, you’ll be able to apply sales techniques to woo even the most discriminating shopper. Dress your employees in wacky outfits to entertain cranky customers or drop the price for an unsure browser. From training, promoting, hiring and firing, you’re ultimately the boss who calls all the shots! [Electronic Arts]

Download The Sims 2: Open for Business Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 80 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1635
Genre Simulation, Miscellaneous, Virtual Life, Virtual
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
EA Games / Maxis

The Sims 2: Open for Business reviews ( 5 )

CharlieBetterIs, Jan 10, 2016

The Sims 2: Aberto para Negócios é simplesmente a melhor expansão que a série The Sims tem! Tudo nela é perfeito: jogabilidade, otimização, gráficos a sua medida, tudo mesmo. Um destaque vai para a forma que fazemos negócios em casa, que é muito bem feito.


Sem dúvidas, é a melhor expansão do The Sims 2 e uma das melhores expansões da franquia The Sims. Os sistemas de negócios são todos bem feitos, além do fato de que trouxe uma melhor jogabilidade pro jogo, que ficou ainda melhor e mais prazeroso.

Jordan, May 4, 2006

Best expansion so far for me. Adds alot of extra option for you to consider and give you much more depth and complexivity to the game which I like. May not be for simpler more laid back gamers for for those who want the extra challenge than this is an essential pack. The game did ship with a few small bugs that affected quite a few people but there are both official and unoficial patches and hack that fix these.

NyyaL., Mar 7, 2006

Some how with adding O4B Pack I noticed smoother movement of characters. I find it great that they can do a regular gig and still own a small business (very much like others that I know!). It is very challenging keeping up with the customers and the game itself feels finally more like a challenging game by its complexity.

SamuelL., Jun 13, 2006

Electronic Arts specializes in what it does best; selling one-eighteenth of a finished project in a $50.00 box and leaving people hanging for more. The concept for The Sims 2 is brilliant, allowing people to simulate a virtual life - to a point. The game focuses mostly on comic relief and mischief rather than full-fledged simulation (sorry, fans of Grand Theft Auto, this is a gun-free game), and while the graphics are appealing, they certainly do not have the eye-candy in-your-face dynamic landscape and lighting kick presented by Valve's Half Life 2. This is one of many of the game's expansion packs that costs over $30.00 a piece for a few objects, animations, costumes, and sounds. The creative juice of the game is left to the players, who crank out millions of custom content monthly. However, the main strife with the game is that it is laden with bugs, annoyances, and things that just get in the way, that of which is solved by custom content mods and hacks. If EA/Maxis falls back on this cushion for too long (and it already is), the quality of the series will diminish quickly.