MGGregor wrote: »
HELP. I've been away from the game for a couple of years, due to technology issues. I've just returned recently. Previously, I was able to introduce multiple families/households to the neighborhood and they would interact with one another, falling in love, partying, fighting, growing up together, generally cross-pollinating. However, I find that now I am only able to play one family at a time and they ONLY interact with "factory set" Sims, not the ones I've created in other households. Am I doing something wrong? Or has this crucial element of Sims game play been lost? Please let me know if there is something I can change about how I'm playing the game to allow my Sims to interact with my other Sims, as well as the in-game characters. Thanks in advance to anyone who can offer guidance or enlightenment.
gobblin24 wrote: »
Hey there, I dunno if I’m in the right place but I just have a quick question and maybe a suggestion. So let me start by saying, I have been playing The Sims games, different versions, for a few years now. I’m a fan! On and off but I keep coming back, so thanks for keeping it entertaining. I noticed though, the addition of the Eco hub( village?! Sorry) is a great thing. But I question WHY does the lama zoom lady leave her van running for the entire 8 hours she pops in for..? Doesn’t that conflict with the eco/ environmental care the village provides? Is it possible to get her to turn her car off after arrival?! I mean not to be a whining waldo, but is it just me or does that not make sense?
Josephine04 wrote: »
How can I start my own discussion!
Losieee wrote: »
> @Mrosarro said:
> I have a photo studio built on retail lot does anyone know how to get my photog sim moved in?
If you want a sim to "move in" on a lot you need to change it to residential lot!