The Sims 3 Island ParadiseRequires The Sims 3 to play.

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Equip your Sims with the necessities to scrape together an existence on a deserted island, fashion a makeshift home on a floating barge and build a retreat in the middle of the ocean.

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Equip your Sims with the necessities to scrape together an existence on a deserted island, fashion a makeshift home on a floating barge and build a retreat in the middle of the ocean.

Let your Sims escape to their own island paradise, complete with sparkling waters and sun-drenched beaches in The Sims™ 3 Island Paradise. They can explore by boat, go SCUBA diving, live in a houseboat or even build and run their own resorts. Nautical Sims can discover new islands, uncover sunken treasure and even befriend a mermaid! With innovative features never before seen in The Sims™ franchise and a world of new possibilities on land and in sea, your Sims will have an unforgettable adventure in their own island paradise.
  • B>Set sail for adventure: Your Sims can now take off across the waves to discover new islands and explore like never before, whether by paddleboat, speedboat or fully customizable houseboat! What will you discover?
  • B>Build the best resort in the islands: Specialize in waterslides and buffet tables to attract families, build pool bars where single Sims can meet and flirt or create a romantic retreat dotted with bungalows. How you choose your amenities and set your prices will affect your reviews and profits. Get a high enough star rating, and you'll soon be rolling in Simoleons!
  • B>Dive into the blue: See what surprises await beneath the sea! As your Sims hone their snorkeling and SCUBA diving skills, they may find themselves on the shore of a new island or discover a long-lost treasure.
  • B>Boat sweet boat: Whether your Sims love the water or just love exploring, there is a range of fully customizable houseboats that can be moored at any open port. If your Sims tire of the view, they can just cruise on to a new locale!
  • B>Build over the water: New stilted foundations give your Sims the best of both worlds—a home that's partially on the water and partially on land. Build a resort, create travelling houseboats and customize your very own island paradise for your Sims!
Mac Requirements Minimum Supported Will It Run?
Mac OS X10.5.8Download the MacGameStore App to compare your Mac's information in real-time.

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CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU CoresAny
CPU SpeedAny
System RAM2 GB
Drive Space1.5 GB
Video RAM128 MB
Video (ati)ATI Radeon X1600 *
Unsupported Video Cards: ATI Radeon X1300
Video (nvidia)NVIDIA GeForce 7300 GT *
Unsupported Video Cards: NVIDIA Quadro FX 4500, NVIDIA Quadro FX 5600, NVIDIA GeForce Go 7300
Video (intel)Intel GMA X3100 *
Unsupported Video Cards: Intel GMA 900, Intel GMA 950
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  1. This EP was what really hooked me on Sims 3 (pardon the pun)
    by zeeee, USA - Oct 11th 2014

    I had dabbled in the Sims 3 - and enjoyed every moment of it - but I'd never committed to a certain family or location until Island Paradise. For whatever reason, the possibility to explore underwater scenes via SCUBA diving made me really eager to pursue as many opportunities in this EP as possible. There are mermaids to befriend, mysterious islands to unlock and discover, sharks to avoid, and resorts to manage... you can even live on a houseboat and mosey around the network of little islands and atolls that make up the town. Super fun!

    This was also the first EP where I found it really easy to get a lot of simoleons quickly, and I definitely think that helped get me immersed in the gameplay. One of the resorts can be "bought" for free and thereafter - using funds your Sim has already accrued - be upgraded. Boom! Before you know it, you may be raking in 3,000-6,000 simoleons a day, and that means exploring other aspects of Sim life - raising a family, trying to unlock islands, working on skills - can be the primary focus.

    Hint: it pays to pursue SCUBA diving because it yields great rewards: treasure chests with contents worth thousands of simoleons, as well as diving work opportunities that amount to catching something like 2 squid (worth just over $1000 on their own) and receiving 10,000 simoleons as recompense. Ridiculous. Money like that certainly helps boost the resort ratings by making upgrades affordable!

    In any case, after this EP, I was truly hooked. I've combined it with many others, including Seasons, and I get a giggle out of seeing the island paradise blanketed in snow... :)

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