List of 10 Objects That Add Gameplay to The Sims 4 in Unique Ways. I Want MORE Like This!



A list of 10 unique objects from expansions, game and stuff packs that add to gameplay in The Sims 4 in different ways. I’ve tried to avoid listing skill-specific …

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  1. What we need is traits giving sims unique options with objects.

    A genius sim should be able to create inventions no other sim can make.

    An athletic sim should be able to do things no other sim can when they have their fitness skill maxed out.

    As it is, all sims are exactly the same and lack personality, traits have so little effect that even sims 1 sims varied a lot more in personality with just those 5 sliders. It's a step back.

  2. We need people who are in love to cuddle in bed or to automatically sot closer on couches or just have the option to and sim should say hi to eatchother when they pass eachother. So more intimage detailed and nuanced realtionships

  3. Thanks for explaining these items, I never knew most of what they do. One thing I like is the bowling lanes. I modify city parks. I place a small building or modify existing pavilions to add an enclosed staircase down below the park. It is a lot of land and not used. I have 5 and 4 lanes in the bowling alley section with a bar, washrooms, cash register and counter with a eating bar, sitting bar stools. Still lots of unused space, added separate sitting rooms and activity rooms, don't wake the lama, card tables, dart boards dance floor and dj booth, small bedrooms for tired sims, usually always in use by sims for woohoo. Park traits can be made convivial, hot spot, teen hang out. Place a kitchen and it gets a lot of use for celebs charity spot. Every time I go to parks the sims are using it and lots of sims hanging out.

  4. Commenting before I watch the video so this might be in it already. I love the yoga mat and bath soaks from Spa Day, both are amazing for the 6-8 hour emotions they provide, and they were soooo useful when we needed specific emotions for work.

  5. Great video! I feel like there are so many things I miss in Sims 4. I only started playing late last year and have been gradually buying the packs, but because of this I feel like I have rushed through content and skipped over a lot of features. Thank you!

  6. Here's one of the most perfectly balanced things you can do with both Jungle Adventure and Get To Work:
    1. Explore the jungle and find at least one of each relic piece. That is, one of each base and one of each top.
    2. Get at least one refined common, uncommon, and rare crystal.
    3. Use the items from steps 1 and 2 as merchandise for a retail store. This store is like Build-A-Bear, but for relics.
    4. Sell the store from step 3.
    5. Refill your cup of tea and salute the picture of the queen you have positioned majestically above your computer.
    6. Whenever you want a new relic, instead of having to search the jungle for relic parts, you can just visit the store and purchase the parts you need to assemble said relic. You can even fund the project with the balampalsoh-watcher relic that you can assemble. The store restocks every time you visit it provided it is not owned by a played household.

  7. this channel keeps sinking further and further into "carl tells us this game sucks for ten minutes and he's right"

    i like it a lot, please keep at these videos, i vastly prefer them to all the simmer videos ignoring how terrible the game is

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