Set of Seinfeld Recreated in Sims 4

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Seinfeld, discontinued on May 14, 1998, has cemented its status as a classic sitcom.

Jerry Seinfeld, star and creator of the show, proudly advertised that the show was "about nothing." The cast of the show reunited for an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm and a Super Bowl skit.

The Sims is a popular video game series that debuted in 2000. Developed by Maxis and released by Electronic Arts, the game allowed players to experience a fantasized take on everyday life. The game's popularity triggered multiple sequels.

The Sims 4 was released on September 2. Now, the classic life simulator hosts a Seinfeld reunion--sort of.

According to Short List, "intrepid Sim-builder Ian Roach has already recreated the settings of two beloved 90s sitcoms in astonishing detail."

Roach posted the pictures on his Imgur account--showing reconstructed settings from the classic comedy series.

But Roach didn't limit his creativity to Seinfeld; he gave Friends, Arrested Development, and the Golden Girls the same treatment--reconstructing classic settings from each series.

That wasn't the extent of Roach's television-related activity; Roach uploaded four albums titled "Guess the show!" In these photos, he uses Sims 4 to create the likenesses of popular television characters--challenging viewers to guess what show each person is from.

Additions to the "Guess the show!" album include character likenesses from Two and Half Men and Gilmore Girls.

Roach's account would interest nostalgic fans with an appreciation for creativity.