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  • I find the Sims just as constrictive as any other game, and loath their little "simlish" language...after a while all your sim seems to do is piss themselves and lie on the floor in a fetal ball.

    Blogging, not slogging.

  • From the moment you dive in you're greeted by more pastel-coloured shirts, opiate-addict smiles and engineered, adorable 'simlish' than you can shake neon green plumbob at.

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  • The song "Now It's Dark" was also converted into simlish on the metal radio station for The Sims PC game.

    WN.com - Business News

  • There are a few basic tunes and sound effects, simlish voiceovers from your commanding officer and while it isn't anything exceptional to it, it's all in the right place.

    Latest from PALGN

  • Leggy singer Pixie Lott duets with herself in English and simlish

    Computer And Video Games

  • Animations, colours, and sounds all feel traditionally sims-ish, and the return of the simlish language itself continues to sound far too much like Danish to be a mere coincidence.

    Jolt

  • Because an all simlish movie would be funny, but you’d basically only know what they meant by gestures and the thought bubbles.

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - The Sims Coming to the Big Screen

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  • Apparently this might have been a Navajo derivative, but ended up being made a form of gibberish.

    January 26, 2009