I love historical fiction, so this challenge is right up my alley. It can end up being a lot of Sims to keep track of, but luckily there is a handy-dandy spreadsheet to help with this process! I've never played this challenge, but if I did there would be a few minor changes I would make, as follows:
I've never heard of this challenge before, but I absolutely LOVE this idea! The best way to play the sims is definitely with maximum chaos!
I googled Sims 4 Challenges the other day, and it turns out there are literally a million of them. So, I've decided to start posting descriptions and links to Sims 4 Challenges that I've enjoyed playing, or that I'm interested in trying. Here is the classic 100 Baby Challenge. I'm sure you've heard of it, and maybe even played it. But did you know there are optional occult rules? I've never tried the occult version, but it sounds like a lot of fun! Check out the link below for the full challenge rules.
Hi Simmers! Thank you for all the love and support on Reddit the other day! The Random Build Generator has been updated with a few more build styles, more special…
Check out a clip from my Twitch stream on January 15th. No, thank YOU! <3
**** EDIT **** This app has been updated. Check out the new post here. Are you looking for some crazy new build ideas? Check out my new web app for…
Check out a clip from my Twitch stream on January 13th. She only had to disallow ONE thing!
Check out a clip from my Twitch stream on January 12th. What's that saying about the birds?
Did you know the Sims has achievements? Like a lot of achievements? Check out my new web app to randomly generate an achievement! Add some fun and interesting goals to…
Check out a clip from my Twitch stream on January 6th. This is what randomly generated sims look like.