Electronic Arts Inc. has released the SimAnimals video game, which developed by The Sims Studio exclusive for Wii and Nintendo DS gaming systems, allowing gamers to engage, touch, move and try to control a wide range of wild animals including deer, squirrels, rabbits, hedgehogs, owls, foxes, raccoons, badgers, crows and bears as they journey deeper and deeper into the forest, thanks to on-screen animated hand.


“We are thrilled to ship SimAnimals, our brand new title from The Sims Studio, which we feel defines a brand new category of animal video games,” said Sam Player, Executive Producer for SimAnimals. “SimAnimals utilizes the Wii remote and the Nintendo DS stylus to create an immersive and tactile experience that allows you to easily and intuitively become part of the wood’s expressive, quirky and sometimes surprising action. We can’t wait to see what types of stories our players are going to tell using animals instead of people as their actors.”

The new SimAnimals video game is now available at MSRP of $49.99 for Wii version and $29.99 for Nintendo DS.

Watch the demo video of SimAnimals below!