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MySims (previously known by the working title The Sims Wii), is a game series developed and published by Electronic Arts as a spinoff to The Sims franchise. The first game was released for the Nintendo Wii and Nintendo DS in 2007, and for Microsoft Windows and mobile phones in 2008. So far, there have been five sequels: MySims Kingdom, MySims Party, MySims Racing, MySims Agents, and MySims SkyHeroes.

MySims is similar to the games in the original The Sims series, but many things have been changed. The inhabitants are now blocky, anime-style figures, instead of realistic humans, but still speak Simlish. Unlike Sims in The Sims series, the characters in MySims don't have any needs such as having to eat or sleep. Another difference from The Sims series is the ability to build virtually anything in the game, even furniture and appliances, by using a selection of building blocks, rather than selecting objects from catalogs in Buy mode and Build mode and placing them while game time is paused.

In The Sims 2: FreeTime, Sims can buy MySims as a video game. In The Sims 4, a video game called MySims Go! unlocks at Level 4 of the Video Gaming skill.

Despite the stylistic differences between the two games, MySims seems to take place in the same universe as The Sims. Elmira Clamp, a character introduced in MySims, explains her strict upbringing of her nephew Ian Arneson on the fact that she herself was brought up by a strict woman named Auntie Crumplebottom, almost certainly an allusion to the character Mrs. CrumpleBottom who appears in The Sims 2: Nightlife. Alexa Lexington, another MySims character, mentions that she is a graduate of Sim State University, a location from The Sims 2: University.

Several characters who debuted in the MySims series have made appearances in The Sims games:

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