Simlish is a made-up language spoken on the console game The Sims and The Sims 2. It was created because changing the Sims' words into the players' language would cost a lot of money and would make them say the same words all the time. Simlish is spoken by Sims, the characters in The Sims, The Sims 2 and The Sims 3.
Sentences in Simlish[change | edit source]
All of these phrases are from The Sims, not The Sims 2.
- Male Sims speaking - "Homina blastima."
- Female Sims speaking - "Enama polap."
- Child Sims speaking "Sizzaza Za." and "The sungoos keekaf terweek."
- Female Sims playing arcade games - "Itwack, itcack."
- Adult Sims speaking on the telephone - "A beboo."
- Child Sims calling "Yabba doochia" when going to get on the bus.
- Adult male Sims saying goodbye: "Mal-Mal."
Written Simlish[change | edit source]
Written Simlish is only seen on "The Sims 2" and "The Sims 3". It looks similar to Zodiac symbols taken from the Wingdings font on a computer. Text like the names of Sims, hints and tips and on-screen messages are all in the selected language (i.e. English, French, Spanish), and are usually written in the Comic Sans MS font.
Speaking Simlish[change | edit source]
|Ragen Plaga||I want to sleep|
|Urr rahh||Oh yeah|
|Soo Soo||Bye bye|
Simlish is a made-up language, although some people think that it is a mix of Tagalog, Ukrainian, French and English.
References[change | edit source]
Other websites[change | edit source]
The Sims official website -