Tool to translate the language of the Sims: the Simlish, composed of symbols and signs similar to Greek and Latin alphabets, it is the language of the characters of the video game The Sims.
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Tag(s) : Symbol Substitution
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The Simlish language is a language invented by Will Wright, from Maxis studio, for the game The Sims. This language was created to be untranslatable gibberish and to mean nothing in order to let it to players' imagination.
However, it contains many characters similar to the Latin alphabet, players tried to recognize which characters correspond to which letter of the alphabet, and tables of correspondences are available on the internet, dCode then transcribed them in this tool.
In video games The Sims, text and speech of the characters do usually mean nothing, no need to try to translate them, the Simlish was created especially to allow players to imagine the conversations.
Using the conversion charts created by the fans, it is possible to write words and phrases.
The Simlish is used in both The Sims or SimCity game series.
The symbols are relatively close to the characters used in Latin or Greek.
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Simlish Language on dCode.fr [online website], retrieved on 2023-09-27,