You want games? We've got them! Play them online or download them so you can change them in Stagecast Creator.
What Are Sims?
Our collection of sims--games, interactive stories, and simulations built with Stagecast Creator--has been developed by
Stagecast as well as by individual contributors. These sims can be played using Stagecast Creator or Stagecast Player. If you download them, you can modify them using Creator. Files with the .world extension can be played in both versions 1 and 2 of Creator and Player. Files with the .sim extension require version 2 to play.
Remember, you can make any sim you want in Creator. You are not limited
to the ones here. These sims are fun to play online and can give you ideas
for your own sims. You can reuse the characters in them and their rules
in your own sims, just by dragging from one sim to the other.
You can play all of the games on this web site in your browser. Try the ones featured above. For most games on this site, all you have to do to play is click on a "Play" or "View Online" link. The sim will automatically start running. If it doesn't, you can get online help.
For a few of the games in our collection, you must download the Stagecast Web Player onto
your computer before playing them in your browser. You may see a message prompting you to download the software if needed.
Need help with the Web Player? Please read the Web Help file.
You can download a sim to your computer so that you have your own copy. Then
you can run it locally using Stagecast Creator or Player. You won't
need to use a browser. To do this, simply click on a "Download" link above.
The sim will automatically be copied to your computer. Then close the browser
and launch Stagecast Creator or Player. Click on the button that says open a sim (in version 2) or open a world (in version 1) and find the sim you just downloaded.
Trouble? If the sim is downloaded into your browser window as a page of nonsense
characters instead of being saved as a file, then it didn't work right. To fix
it, you may do one of the following:
Save the ASCII page to disk by choosing the "Save As" command in your browser's
File menu. Choose the file type "All Files." On a Mac, the sim file will
be saved to your desktop. On a Windows computer, we suggest saving it in
your Stagecast folder.
Or you can drag the "Download" link to your desktop rather than
clicking on it. (Hint: you must start dragging right away before
the browser's pop-up menu appears.)