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The Sims 3 introduces many more character customization options than its predecessor The Sims 2.
The player has a larger selection of body types for Sims as muscle and body weight sliders have been introduced.
With the addition of "Advanced Mode", players can focus on single features on a characters body to modify, allowing for detailed customization.
Various challenges are also available in the skill journal.
It was first released on June 2, 2009 simultaneously for OS X and Microsoft Windows – both versions on the same disc.
Smartphone versions were also released on June 2, 2009.
The new reward system Wishes replaces the Wants and Fears system in its predecessor The Sims 2.
Fulfilling a Sim's wish contributes to the Sim's Lifetime Happiness score, allowing players to purchase lifetime rewards for the cost of those Lifetime Happiness points.