Virtual Families 2 - Our Dream House
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  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 700 MHz Pentium 2 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
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Virtual Families 2 - Our Dream House 

Begin with just one little person from the thousands who live in the hidden world of your computer, and grow the biggest family tree you can imagine in Virtual Families 2 – Our Dream House, the compelling sequel to the hit strategy/sim game. Nurture your little person to adulthood. Help them choose a mate and find work.

Renovate and expand the family home. Make it your dream house – one that will serve your growing family for generations to come. You can include a nursery, a music room, and how about a game room!

As life continues to unfold, a variety of events come your way, each one bringing exciting elements into the daily routine of life. Both common and unexpected adventures of real life keep you riveted to the evolving lives or your growing family.

See for yourself why it's easy to get lost in Virtual Families 2 - Our Dream House when you try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version today!

  • Create a family from a nearly endless variety of possible family members.
  • Guide your simulated family through all the dramas and glories of real life.
  • Renovate and decorate the family home to be passed on generation after generation.
  • Real-time technology runs the passing of days, weather systems, and exciting random events.
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Reviews of Virtual Families 2 - Our Dream House
 | Added on: November 8, 2015
 
 | Added on: December 4, 2014
 
In the second volume of Virtual Families the graphics are upgraded for a better look and feel. You can have it all. Get married, have children, a successful career AND build your dream house. In this little world of your own, you choose the decorations for your home and grow from generation to generation.
 | Added on: May 27, 2013
 
It really is true that you can't please everyone! The fact that it takes you so long to build up money is a plus not a minus! The problem with the first VF is that after a few generations everything had been bought and that was the end. The great thing about VF2 is that you not only have room expansions you have furniture and accessories as well. In addition you have the ability to upgrade your workshop, office, and kitchen by adding items in those rooms. The more items you add the faster your family members earn money. You can buy a variety of different pets, clothing for your family members, and the furnishings section in the store comes with an on sale category where if you wait a bit you might find your item at 50% off. Get a maid and a gardener if your tired of the menial tasks. LDW will adding more items to the game as time progresses, so if you have managed to buy everything there will still be more to come. I am very satisfied with this sequel.
 | Added on: May 27, 2013
 
Most of the time, you're doing nothing but just scanning around the screen looking for bugs. It is incredibly slow and you just wish these people would die so you could start a new generation! Very disappointing.
 | Added on: June 5, 2013
 
Wonderful graphics, just as good as the first, only wish that they would of upgraded the characters a little more and made their needs a little more unique, but I do love that they can upgrade the house within the generation rights and what's in it as well as the clothes, thankfully not the food or meds. The collectibles, nothing outrageous to report. But I love that you can buy furniture for each room, but up to now, I notice that you can only eat in the kitchen regardless if you have a dinette set or not. I haven't finished the game yet so, who knows. I do hope they make a #3 and change the features on them and their needs, or else it will be too tedious. Oh and I do love that they have maids and gardeners. Nice add on there.
 | Added on: May 17, 2013
 
I admit I wasn't captivated by the original Virtual Families; money wasn't earned quickly enough to buy needed items, items in yard sometimes vanished before they could be retrieved and there was no 'help' or direction to let one know how to deal with things like broken sinks or depression/exhaustion. While there is still nothing but trial and error for what to do if the family member is "confused," money is accrued more quickly and there is more for the characters to do.
 | Added on: May 16, 2013
 
this game became monotonous very quickly. it jst moves way to slow. i played an hour and had progressed very little-did have a baby, but making money was impossible, and without money there's little progression.
 | Added on: May 16, 2013
 
This game is fun however I'm having a problem with the moving my mouse as when going to the outside it bounces back to the middle. I noticed on other websites people have had the same issue I hope they fix it. On other notes it's better than the first because it has more options as to renovating and decorating the house. It still has the goals which can be hard and easy. It's a game you can replay because you can start over with different characters each time.
 | Added on: May 20, 2013
 
Virtual Villagers have come off the island and into the modern suburbs... The theme reminds me a lot of a Lite version of The Sims, as you don't have the control that The Sims give you, but it's a nice diversion from Virtual Villagers. The game progress is very slow, due to the very low earnings potential in the beginning. Be sparing about purchases beyond the essential groceries and medicines until your career upgrades have been purchased, as this seems to be the most important piece that allows your earnings potential to grow faster. Watch for career-relevant magazines in the flea market, too. Buy as much furniture on sale as you can. Running multiple files at the same time helps make the game more interesting and allows you to experiment with your strategies, to see what works best. This is one of those games that is best to check in on progress from time to time to make purchases, check health and progress, etc, rather than try to play continuously.
 | Added on: May 17, 2013
 
The sequel to the first Virtual Families is instead, more of the same. Game progression is extremely slow, without any way to really speed things along. Items in the store to improve the home are so expensive compared to the earning potential of your characters. I always have high hopes for sequels, as you would think that the developers would take into consideration the fact that there is potential for improvement, versus stagnation.
 | Added on: May 20, 2013
 
SOMETIMES A SEQUEL IS NOT BEST! I AUTOMATICALLY BOUGHT THIS THINKING THAT IT WOULD BE MORE FUN THAN THE FIRST. I WAS WRONG!!! IT TAKES FOREVER TO GET UP ENOUGH MONEY TO BUY ANYTHING! (THE GRAPHICS ARE NICE THOUGH) AND IT'S COOL THAT YOU HAVE TO DECORATE THE ROOMS. OTHER THAN THAT I'VE LOST INTEREST IN IT AND MY MONEY TOO!
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