Vondiita wrote: »
The Hotel Challenge seems really fun, might try that one.
Currently I was doing the Rags to Riches challenge but TheSimSupply (creator of the challenge)
deleted the page which contained the rules and goals. Now I don't know
what to do with my saved file
Could someone reiterate the rules/goals if they recall?
etothepi wrote: »
Are we allowed to shamelessly plug our own challenges? If so, mine is the Going Broke challenge, (which i can't post a link to since I'm still a new member.)
xLovelySimmer wrote: »
Is this good? ♥
♦ I have a great idea for a generations Sims 4, Sims 3, Sims 2.
★ Idea is.. There are 3 different generations, 3 different styles. Girly is first, Goth is next, Tomboy is last. Each gen the mother has to give birth with a different baby daddy each time. So the girly’s dad isn’t the same as the goths dad and the goths dad is not the same as the tomboy’s dad.
★ Anyways, The thing is the girly has to love pink and has to wear pink and also has to have a money related trait. Goth has to have a gloomy related trait and always wears black. Tomboy has to have active relative trait and dresses as set example.
★ Okay. The girly gave birth to a goth. The goth slowly takes over the house. The goth gives birth to a tomboy. The tomboy slowly takes over the house.
♦ To me this idea was AMAZING.
etothepi wrote: »
Are we allowed to shamelessly plug our own challenges? If so, mine is the Going Broke challenge, (which i can't post a link to since i'm still a new member.)
nikki324 wrote: »
I have a challenge that I've been trying out but its still pretty new. I'd like to get any feedback that I can to make it better. It's called the Royal Kingdom challenge but I can't post a link because I'm new.
cefthy wrote: »
Thanks for adding the Three Little Sims challenge. I love this list, but I have so many challenges going right now that it's a little overwhelming! Could you add the bachelor challenge? I can't post links, but it's on XurbansimsX website.
professorlilith wrote: »
This is a shameless plug for my attempt to recreate 17th century France via Sims 4. I've begun by setting myself a peasant challenge, where I recreate the conditions of 17th century peasants while trying to keep my Sims relatively happy. There's an explanation of the living conditions in the village on my YouTube channel, professorlilith, under the video "Sims 4 History: Peasant Village". They have to pay their taxes to the King [bills], and live entirely off "farming" (gardening), except that one Sim on the lot can sometimes go out collecting and can breed frogs. For their homes, Sim couples can only have one uncomfortable bed, a grill, a picnic table, and a chest for decoration. Groups of Sims can have access to chess tables, horseshoes, and 1 musical instrument for recreation; showers and toilets have to be outside; and their can be only one sink for a lot, to act like the village well. Once every five days you can take them on a recreational field trip (see the St. Leo's Day and Feast Day retry videos for examples) on which they can have access to a real stove and to some books in addition to the other kinds of things in their village. I've uploaded a sample "Peasant Village" and the eight Sims I'm using in my version as "French Peasants" to the gallery if you're interested.