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Giuseppi Mezzoalto appears in several handheld versions of games from The Sims series, The Sims Bustin' Out for Gameboy Advance, The Urbz:Sims in the City for Gameboy Advance and Nintendo DS, The Sims 2 for Gameboy Advance and The Sims 2 for Nintendo DS.
The Sims Bustin' Out (handheld)Edit
In The Sims Bustin' Out (handheld), he is the main antagonist. The sneaky dealer, Giuseppi Mezzoalto, sells at his van at night and might be someone to steer clear of. Occasionally, he will rob the player's Sim's house. In one mission, the player has to take a photo of him when he kidnaps Uncle Hayseed and threatens to kill him with a guillotine. If the player succeeds taking the picture of him(actually just talk to him only), Detective Dan D. Mann will appear and arrest him. After that, the player's Sim will not get robbed anymore.
The Urbz: Sims in the City (handheld)Edit
In The Urbz: Sims in the City (handheld), Giuseppi has moved from SimValley, but he mentions that he is on parole. In the game's story, Giuseppi appears to work for the antagonist, Daddy Bigbucks and with Berkley Clodd, however it is later revealed that he had been working all along with the Detective Dan D. Mann since he had left SimValley.
The Sims 2 (GBA)Edit
Giuseppi moved to Strangetown (however, no links are done with Miniopolis when it is still said that he moved from SimValley) and is described as the "shady guy".
The Sims 2 (Nintendo DS)Edit
He was replaced by Frankie Fusilli, Ava Cadavra, and Optimum Alfred as the main antagonist(s) in the game. The secret he will tell you if the player's Sim succeeds to be best friend with him is that "Giuseppi in the last game was a robot'", however it is unclear which game is mentioned.
- In The Urbz: Sims in the City for handheld, he does not remember the player's Sim, only saying that they "look familiar."
- In The Urbz: Sims in the City for handheld, Giuseppi mentions he was raised with four brothers. Who these brothers are goes unanswered.
- Since there are no connections made with him living in Miniopolis in the later games, it can be perceived that the Giuseppi in The Urbz: Sims in the City was the robot mentioned in his The Sims 2 DS secret.