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Maybe floating castles are just that popular, but out of all the Studio Ghibli creations, the one that seems to inspire Facebook players the most is Laputa: Castle in the Sky, a 1986 animated Japanese film that was in turn, inspired by a chapter of Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels. Even if we've yet to see any official Ghibli sets in Facebook games (aside from a one-time homage by Crowdstar's Happy Island), the recent Adventure Week in The Sims Social gave player lingling000 the tools she needed to build her own Laputa, which can definitely go on record as one of the most unconventional, yet amazing house designs ever.
But lingling000 went one step farther -- she also dressed up her Sim as Colonel Muska, the primary antagonist of the film, by using the March Hare's Tea Jacket (costs 20 SimCash) from the Alice in Wonderland theme, and Blue Retro Sunglasses (2,200 Simoleons).
Have you seen Castle in the Sky or any of the Hayao Miyazaki films produced by Studio Ghibli? Sound off in the comments.Add Comment