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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

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Nightbird Glineux

I went there once, and didn't do any shopping, which was shocking. ;)

Is there a point where investing in a sim like this is counterproductive?

Chenin Anabuki

I don't think so. Rainy Town and Creamshop is so well executed. That's where I spend most of my time shopping for stuff. The quality of their retail items is at the same level as the sim construction. For me, the prices are well worth the merchandise for sale. And, I like that you can find small hidden spaces (like this hidden bedroom on the second floor I always go to), where you can hangout, chill and play Atari. Definitely captures a spirit.

Raffila Millgrove

I discovered Creamshop's amazing build long ago. It continues to captivate me; i send others over to see it. I loved the record shop and taking photos from the street of avis sitting at the window counter of the coffeeshop. You can't go wrong with photos--anywhere you aim is a great shot.
PS pricewise: the bracelets at creamshop are fun, cheap and make a great souvenir of your visit

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