Bagoas77 wrote: »
Oh, goodness. I just noticed this thread even though it is 38 pages long and a year old. For anybody who has shared their ideas and who are keeping up with thread, I'm curious if you're seeing what you've requested actually added into the game, yet? That would be so nice to know.
What The Sims 4 needs in 2019
Published on Jan 9, 2019
The_Ratticator wrote: »
I've always been annoyed at how you can't even click on lots that are deemed "too expensive" when you first start a new file. The problem with that? For a good few of them, they're only too expensive if you get them furnished. I know for a fact that for at least some of them, they're affordable if you buy them unfurnished. And yet, despite that, because the default is furnished, all we can do is hover over these lots that taunt us by being "too expensive." For lots like these, I would really appreciate it if we could click on them and choose to buy them unfurnished.
astera00 wrote: »
Many things that I want have been repeated by others here so I won't repeat them, but last night when I was playing, I had a new idea. What if we had empty fruit bowls that sims could fill up from their inventories? I always end up with so many fruits and vegetables in my inventory that I can't cook them all. Sometimes I sell them, but wouldn't it be nice if your sim could fill the bowl with what they have and grab it as a snack? I think this would be fantastic for toddlers too because then they could just grab something when they're peckish without having to ask an adult for something especially when they're in the red and close to being taken away. If their care-giver is very busy and needs some time to get them a meal, the toddler can grab a piece of fruit to tide them over until someone could feed them. They can already take food off counters after all.
It's also nice to see something being filled and emptied over time, just like the drink jugs and the fountain of mirth.
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