Allows players to own and run their own businesses. The main change to the core game introduced by Open for Business is a new neighborhood type: the Shopping District, the default one being named Bluewater Village (which is also the name of a British shopping center). A number of Sims live here, such as a toymaking family, a woman who owns a home-based flower shop, a family bakery, and a rich tycoon who owns a nightclub and an electronics shop. Community lots are more flexible now, removing many of the gameplay restrictions that were present on them in the original game.

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The Sims 2: Open for Business
Platforms
Windows, Mac
Developer
Maxis
Publisher
Electronic Arts
Engine
Custom
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