PureSim Baseball 2007

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PureSim Baseball 2007
Basic Information
Video Game
PureSim Studios
Matrix Games
Digital download, Disc
Keyboard, Mouse
Microsoft Windows
Retail Features
Technical Information
Main Credits
Shaun Sullivan
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
May 152006
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PureSim Baseball 2007 is a text-based computer baseball simulation published by Matrix Games. Originally developed by independent game developer Shaun Sullivan, the first Matrix version was published as PureSim 2005 on 5 October 2005.[1]

PureSim allows creation of a fantasy baseball world made up of either fictional players or real major league players imported from the Lahman Database. Leagues, called "associations" in PureSim, can be set up with as few as two teams to as many as fifty. Fully customizable, players may choose cities and nicknames and may even edit cities.

In March of 2009, the game in its entirety was released as freeware by creator Shaun Sullivan, along with a message on the official website stating that he would like to continue developing the game in its free state.

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