Kayen wrote: »
Hi! i'm newbie on Sims games, i just want to know if my Lenovo ideapad 120s is compatible with this game and i also have an external hard drive. please enlighten me.
SeloBee wrote: »
Thank you both @rosemow and @CandyDragonOri
GlacierSnow wrote: »
Hi! I'm new as a member on the forum because I am very shy, and I tend to lurk for a long time around a new group of people before deciding to participate. This is true in real life as well, unfortunately. But I have been playing the sims for several years. I started with sims 3 and now have been enjoying sims 4 for a couple years.
I think I fall into the "builder" and "storyteller" type categories in terms of play style, and I play rather heavily modded to remove a lot of the more "time management" aspects of the game and to give me more control as a director of my stories. I love to build! Sometimes I spend weeks and weeks doing nothing but building. But I also get very attached to my favorite sims (I play with aging turned off) and will create long and meandering "slice of life" stories for them.
I take a lot of screenshots when I play (sometimes hundreds in one session) as an aid to my storytelling in my own imagination. I love seeing other players' screenshots from their games, which I will admit is the main thing that attracted me to participating in this forum. When I get enough rank to actually post pictures I would like to share some of mine as well. Might take a while though since I am so shy about posting.
yowutupdoe wrote: »
Im Anita I play the sims 4 PC and console(mostly console)and I enjoy it very much. the more expantion packs they release the less money I have
mattiemayhem wrote: »
(i hope I'm doing this right by using the comment section!!!!)
Hello, I'm Matthew, I'm 22, and I'm really happy to see this is still an active thread! I've been playing the sims since sims 3, played almost every expansion, murdered 3 computers for it, and onto my fourth with both sims 3 and sims 4... My poor, poor Samsung. I got REALLY into story telling, legacy challenges, and family building in the gameplay and love seeing what I can do to stretch it. I'd love to start my own string of legacy stories and have written a few challenges myself!
TitaniumTori wrote: »
I started with Sims 2, but it wouldn't work on my current computer. I made 2 town on it one town I made all the men join the army. I received Sims 3 as a Christmas gift. I have 5 expansions. Generations, Seasons, Pets, Supernatural & the car one that has racing (I can't remember the name of it) I made a town that will be racing theme. One of the racers I made is a ghost in honour of a race car driver who passed away 20 years ago on Halloween. He lives with my sim. I have an idea for an all faerie town the sims for that town will be based on the faeries I created in a faerie story I'm currently writing.
I now want to mention that I have multiple disabilities including hemiplegia cerebral palsy, visual cortex damage visual impairment, a fatal brain condition called hydrocephalus (which is currently causing tremendous headaches that prevent me from playing sims) The headaches are also caused by my small skull that fused when my hydrocephalus was treated.
Playing sims helps me with the notion of doing things I can't do in real life because of my disability even though it's considered mild there are things that the average person can do that I can't do.
If you would like to know more about my sims plans, feel free to ask.
KaeCee27 wrote: »
Hello, I lurked on the forums for quite awhile. I can't say I'll be an avid poster here but I do read things. I am more of a builder but I do have a large family of sims I like to play. In the past I played sims 1 and then 2.
Recently, I got into uploading my builds onto the gallery (same name as forum) but that has come to halt until I find a solution to my current issues with building. Sadly, the forum doesn't seem to have much info. And I must start posting to have some sort of rights to whatever here
xoSnowyOwlxo wrote: »
Hello~ I'm Snow, pleased to meet you
I used to play the Sims 2 with my older sister when it first came out, I remember being able to get the game when I turned 7 (the rating in the UK was 12+ or 7+ depending on which version you got at the time), and I adored it ever since. I've almost got every single Sims 2 expansion pack, and I've also played the Sims 3 and 4 (the latter of which I also have lots of packs for).
I mostly use the Sims for playing with my own OCs as their sim versions, because that sort of thing just makes me feel really happy and inspires me. I love to hoard CC and look at other people's stories and artwork. I mainly play the Sims 4 now, but I think the Sims 2 will always be the best game, in my opinion, of the franchise.
I hope everyone has a great day, and that we all can get along~
cybrgoth wrote: »
hello! i'm cybrgoth and i came here for resources for my upcoming vo sims 4 series "OUTSIDERS." feel free to check put it's casting call if you'd like to join the cast, or of you'd like to be part of the production team, the form is in the description of the video as well! check it out at maroonsims on youtube!
PsychoCuddles wrote: »
Hii! I am PsychoCuddles. I am a mom, twitch streamer, and gamer! My first console was a NES. I bought my own first computer with babysitting money in the 90s. I never felt the need to have one until I discovered The Sims Now my daughter (almost 8yrs old) plays The Sims as well and loves it just as much as I did as a child.
I decided to join the forums because Google does not always have the answers I am looking for and thought this might be a better route. Also, I am always interesting in networking with others. Thanks for having me.
thecurvynerd wrote: »
Hi! I'm new to the forum as well as the game - I've only been playing since right before Thanksgiving! I'm loving this game. I just wanted to say hi!
PsychoCuddles wrote: »
> @rosemow said:
> Hello @PsychoCuddles It is nice to meet you. Welcome to the forums!
> It is very special that both you and your daughter are simmers You would enjoy chatting together about the sims in your games
> It is great that you are a twitch streamer! Simmers would be enjoying watching your simming streams and seeing the Sims that you play in your game.
> It would have been very exciting for you when you bought your first computer with your babysitting money! It is extra special when we have been saving up to buy something, and then we can enjoy the item even more. It is great that you bought it due to you wanting to play The Sims
> It is great that you have joined the simming forums community. I hope that you will enjoy meeting fellow simmers as you read and post on the threads, find helpful tips for playing the game , and find answers to game issues that arise in your game.
> Happy simming!
Thank you for the warm welcome, I am looking forward to participating in the forums
TitaniumTori wrote: »
> @rosemow said:
> TitaniumTori wrote: »
> I started with Sims 2, but it wouldn't work on my current computer. I made 2 town on it one town I made all the men join the army. I received Sims 3 as a Christmas gift. I have 5 expansions. Generations, Seasons, Pets, Supernatural & the car one that has racing (I can't remember the name of it) I made a town that will be racing theme. One of the racers I made is a ghost in honour of a race car driver who passed away 20 years ago on Halloween. He lives with my sim. I have an idea for an all faerie town the sims for that town will be based on the faeries I created in a faerie story I'm currently writing.
> I now want to mention that I have multiple disabilities including hemiplegia cerebral palsy, visual cortex damage visual impairment, a fatal brain condition called hydrocephalus (which is currently causing tremendous headaches that prevent me from playing sims) The headaches are also caused by my small skull that fused when my hydrocephalus was treated.
> Playing sims helps me with the notion of doing things I can't do in real life because of my disability even though it's considered mild there are things that the average person can do that I can't do.
> If you would like to know more about my sims plans, feel free to ask.
> Hello @TitaniumTori It is nice to meet you. Welcome to the forums!
> It is nice that you started simming by playing Sims 2. It was very nice that you received Sims 3 as a Christmas present It was a very special gift to receive that you will keep enjoying playing all through the year! The packs that you own are great packs! They add many enjoyable features to the game. It is very nice that you have designed a town with a racing theme. It is a nice touch that you have created a racer car driver ghost as a special tribute to a racing driver that has passed away He would be a very special sim in your game. I hope that your plans for the fairy town turn out very well.
> I send hugs to you as you live day by day with the effects of your health issues. I am so sorry to hear about the very awful and painful headaches that you are experiencing I send more hugs to you
> I am glad that playing the Sims helps you, that you can do things in the game that you are unable to do due to your health. Simming helps us to take a break from real life and all that our lives are holding.
> Happy simming!
Thank you very much. Indeed the race car driver ghost sim is very special. I thought of a way I might have my other family I made meet. I hope that I can try it out this week. Hoping that my pain subsides, so I can do it.