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  2. Mining simulator - Wikipedia

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    A mining simulator is a type of simulation used for entertainment as well as in training purposes for mining companies. These simulators replicate elements of real-world mining operations on surrounding screens displaying three-dimensional imagery, motion platforms, and scale models of typical and atypical mining environments and machinery.

  3. Société de l'industrie minérale - Wikipedia

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    The Société de l'industrie minérale (SIM: Mineral Industry Society) is a French association of mineral processing companies and people involved in these industries. It was created in 1855. It supports exchange of information on mining through its journals, website, meetings and congresses, and represents the mining industry in various forums.

  4. The Sims 2 (Nintendo DS video game) - Wikipedia

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    The Sims 2. The Sims 2 is a 2005 life simulation video game developed by Amaze Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts for the Nintendo DS. Development of the game began following the success of The Sims 2 for personal computers. The handheld versions of The Sims 2 were the final games in the Sims series to be developed by Amaze ...

  5. Fortescue (company) - Wikipedia

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    Fortescue (company) Fortescue is a global metal mining and green energy company headquartered in Australia. Fortescue focused on iron ore mining under the name of Fortescue Metals Group ( FMG) until July 2023. [2] As of 2017, Fortescue is the fourth-largest iron ore producer in the world. [3]

  6. The Sims 2 (Game Boy Advance video game) - Wikipedia

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    The Sims 2 is a 2005 life simulation video game developed by Amaze Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts for the Game Boy Advance (GBA). Development of the game began following the success of The Sims 2 for personal computers. The GBA version differs significantly from the original version, being a game with linear progression in the ...

  7. Colorado Mineral Belt - Wikipedia

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    The Colorado Mineral Belt (CMB) is an area of ore deposits from the La Plata Mountains in Southwestern Colorado to near the middle of the state at Boulder, Colorado, and from which over 25 million troy ounces (778 t) of gold were extracted beginning in 1858. [2] The belt is a "northeast-striking zone defined by: a Proterozoic shear zone system ...

  8. Dovetail Games - Wikipedia

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    Dovetail Games ( DTG ), a trading name of RailSimulator.com Ltd ( RSC ), is a British simulation video game developer and publisher established in 2008 by former Electronic Arts executive Paul Jackson, Fund4Games backers Tim Gatland and Charlie McMicking, and a development team from Kuju Entertainment . Originally focused on developing new ...

  9. The Sims 2 - Wikipedia

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    The Sims 2. The Sims 2 is a 2004 social simulation video game developed by Maxis and published by Electronic Arts. It is the second major title in The Sims series, and is the sequel to The Sims. The game was released for Microsoft Windows on September 14, 2004, and a port for MacOS by Aspyr was released on June 17, 2005.