Playing the game has been fun ever since it was first released. The Sims 4 comes with new opportunities and you need to make the most out of them in order to have the best game experience.
We’ve written this article to give you some of the tricks to help you in this matter.
Obsessed with grilled cheese
It’s so funny when you make a Sim and then decide what it will do with its life. And for sure you won’t let it have a boring life. In this game, you can make the most out of your Sim with the smallest things. For example, you can make it have an obsession for grilled cheese.
After you force your Sim to eat three plates full of grilled cheese – in a row – it will become obsessed with the dish. It’s so funny that its life will depend on the grilled cheese and everything will be about it. All they will talk about will be cheese, and all they will do will be related to it. Even all of its fears and wants will focus on the grilled cheese, and the game will lose all of its meaning.
Turn off the tutorials
Ever since the game was first released, the game become popular very fast. As of now, it’s been 20 years since they’ve started to play the game. So you probably don’t need tutorials anymore. With The Sims 4, you have the option to turn off the tutorials – thing you couldn’t do before.
In the first game of the series, we had that cheat code “rosebud”, which allowed you to get more cash. So instead of playing the game to earn money, you’d use this cheat to get all the money you wanted. Since then, many codes – new codes – have been added, and it started to become more and more difficult for fans to remember them all. The Sims 4 got the cheat back. So instead of using “Motherlode”, you can get back to “Rosebud”.
Get to an alien planet
The Get to Work expansion pack came with the possibility to leave your home planet and travel to another one. To do this, you need to achieve level 10 in Rocket Science skill and then reach the top of the Scientist career. After this, you have opportunities to make the most out of. You’ll eventually get an assignment to travel to an alien planet called “Sixam”.
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