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- Maintain your home, career, and raise your family.
- Praise or scold activities to condition the behavior of your sims.
- Buy upgrades, medicine and food with your money.
- Game continues even when turned off.
- Game progresses slowly.
- Not a lot of interaction from the player is required.
Virtual Families Fast Facts
- Virtual Families was released on April 22, 2009.
- The game was developed and published by the San Francisco company Last Day of Work.
- Virtual Families currently has one sequel that is named Virtual Families 2: Our Dream House.
- Other games made by Last Day of Work include Fish Tycoon, Plant Tycoon, EZ Blackjack, and the Virtual Villagers series.
- You can play Virtual Families on Windows, Mac OSX, iPad, iPod, iPhone and Android platforms.
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