The Nintendo game is playable on the company's latest console, the Wii, with previous versions made for the Game Cube and the DS.
Starting from scratch, they form a village and explore their new island in the first game in the series Virtual Villagers: A New Home.
In subsequent games in the series—Virtual Villagers 2: The Lost Children, Virtual Villagers 3: Secret City, Virtual Villagers 4: The Tree of Life, and Virtual Villagers 5: New Believers—they discover new inhabitants, food sources, and the secret of Isola.
I will be coming out this winter, so stay tuned for more (and get that catnip ready).
I hope you're ready (and bold enough) to travel to Cat Island.
Virtual Families is designed to be similar to but simpler than The Sims.