and is mutating into EA-Land. Habbo Hotel-ish? I don’t know this part of the industry well, and I actively avoided The Sims Online back in the day. It came up twice in the past week, I Googled it tonight, and it looks like the original The Sims Online is shutting down right now, re-opening as EA-Land.
It is going free, with paid decorations and whatever else that revenue model provides. If you had a paying account at some point, you can go reclaim it and get some perks.
It has a fun history link. The game went live in 2002, was supported for about a year, and then ignored until a couple of guys got the go to revamp it last year. Good luck with that.