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From the developer of the smash-hit Virtual Villagers series comes the new casual game that captures the drama of life—Virtual Families! Virtual Families is a casual family sim that runs in true-real time. Adopt and nurture a needy person in the computer. Help them meet a mate, and start a family.
Release Date: May 6, 2009
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From the developer of the smash-hit Virtual Villagers series comes the new casual game that captures the drama of life—Virtual Families! Virtual Families is a casual family sim that runs in true-real time. Adopt and nurture a needy person in the computer. Help them meet a mate, and start a family. Pass on the house to the next generations.

  • Unique and fascinating adoptees from 1000's of combinations
  • Fully trainable people: shape/adapt their personalities through praising and scolding!
  • Dynamic illness system. Play doctor!
  • Over 100 trophies
  • Hidden puzzles around the house
  • Weather, day/night cycles (synchronized to the player's system clock, so it is nighttime in the game when it is nighttime where you are
  • Uses the technology behind Virtual Villagers for an accessible and stable player experience

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 2000, XP, Vista
    • Memory: 96 MB of RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 7.0 or later
    • Hard Drive: 50MB Free Space
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
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2 reviews
17.5 hrs on record
Virtual Families is like Tamagotchi evolved. Think of it like sims, only that the game continues even when you're asleep. The music is terrific, you can bond with your virtual family really good, and keep them on their toes, to guide them to prosperity. Its simple yet addicting.
Posted: July 20th, 2012
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19 of 50 people (38%) found this review helpful
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This is actually the most terrible game ever...I mean look at the trailer, it's made in Windows Movie Maker, for pony's sake...
Posted: July 14th, 2012
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