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A simulation game (also known as a game of status or mixed game) is a mixture of a game of skill, a game of chance and a game of strategy, which results in a simulation of a complex structure (like a stock exchange, or civilisation flux). These games are quite current through their mirror of modern society.
Its benefit is the representation of complex situations of communal life, interconnections in society, and partial aspects of the economy (for example, the development of the railroad).
- Role-playing games
- Group-dynamic game
- Board games
- Table-top games
Computer and video games
- SimCity, a game where you can create or change a city. It has three sequels: SimCity 2000, SimCity 3000 and SimCity 4.
- SimTower, where you construct a simulated building complex.
- The Sims, a game where you can control the lives of people you create. As of 2003, it was the highest selling computer game of all time.
- Animal Crossing, a life simulator for GameCube.
- Civilization video game, a whole world sim.
- Jones in the Fast Lane, an early life simulator.
- Microsoft Flight Simulator, a game where you pilot an aircraft.
- Noctis, a galaxy simulation that you explore from first-person.
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