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SP16 Tiny Living Stuff : Are you enthusiast ?

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  • BlkBarbiegalBlkBarbiegal Posts: 7,511 Member
    I'm not enthusiastic but I am always down for new b/b and CAS.
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  • JadesimmerJadesimmer Posts: 76 Member
    edited January 9
    No
    $10 for "Murphy Bed Pack", one and only so-called "new" object? Definitely NO.
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  • Ceres_MeirionaCeres_Meiriona Posts: 5,006 Member
    Yes
    Sigzy05 wrote: »
    February11 wrote: »
    I like BIG homes, but could be swayed if I like the look of the other bits and bobs included with it.
    I guess small lots could useful as coffee shops or quaint bars - they don't have to be residential.

    Wait until you hear about TS4 HUGE Living SP

    The gameplay object is a king sized bed for sims (4 tiles wide). Includes new bed animations like woohoo, making out while lounging in the bed, jumping on the bed and sleeping in weird positions.

    For some reason, this made me think of the ridiculously gigantic bed that Lord Vivec has in Elder Scrolls Online. It made me wonder what on Tamriel that guy does in his bedroom when he's not pretending to be divine. LOL

    ... and while I know your comment was made in jest, I'm suddenly inspired to enlarge the gaudiest bed I can find in TS4 and ring it with a bunch of poles and mirrors. LOL
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  • lisamwittlisamwitt Posts: 4,436 Member
    Yes
    rudy8292 wrote: »
    No.

    ''My first discover University stuff''

    People keep saying that, but I never had anything shown there in my dorm room. I had 2 tiny beds, mini fridge, microwave, tiny tv, and computer desk. All things we already have in the game.
  • starcrunchstarcrunch Posts: 672 Member
    Yes
    Sigzy05 wrote: »
    February11 wrote: »
    I like BIG homes, but could be swayed if I like the look of the other bits and bobs included with it.
    I guess small lots could useful as coffee shops or quaint bars - they don't have to be residential.

    Wait until you hear about TS4 HUGE Living SP

    The gameplay object is a king sized bed for sims (4 tiles wide). Includes new bed animations like woohoo, making out while lounging in the bed, jumping on the bed and sleeping in weird positions.

    For some reason, this made me think of the ridiculously gigantic bed that Lord Vivec has in Elder Scrolls Online. It made me wonder what on Tamriel that guy does in his bedroom when he's not pretending to be divine. LOL

    ... and while I know your comment was made in jest, I'm suddenly inspired to enlarge the gaudiest bed I can find in TS4 and ring it with a bunch of poles and mirrors. LOL

    Funnily what Vivec gets up to is a known thing - it's memorable and not the sort of thing one forgets. It's in the various books in Morrowind... The large bed ESO is very much a nod to this history.

    On topic - as most of my Sims live in small houses and apartments so I'm pretty into this pack. A lot of the items look pretty good to me!
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  • AquaGamer1212AquaGamer1212 Posts: 5,100 Member
    Yes
    So I just watched Lil Simsie’s tiny home challenge that @SimGuruFrost gave her and she mentioned that the 100 tile limit counts towards floors too but not porches and such 🤔
    Which means that tall house in the trailer used approx 25 tiles on each floor 🤔🤔 Interesting....100 tiles is actually a lot when you think about it but not if you make multiple floors but then it’s not really a tiny house to be honest.
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  • halloweenchildhalloweenchild Posts: 912 Member
    I'm honestly torn, while I'm happy we're getting more things and very quickly at that, it feels kind of pointless...As a family payer (household is usually 4+) I don't really see the appeal to living in a shoebox, not to mention it feels like the team is a little late to the party since builders have been making tiny homes in TS4 since it's release.
  • GordyGordy Posts: 1,408 Member
    No

    For some reason, this made me think of the ridiculously gigantic bed that Lord Vivec has in Elder Scrolls Online. It made me wonder what on Tamriel that guy does in his bedroom when he's not pretending to be divine. LOL
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    You best stop wondering now, because you probably won't like the answer.

    As for me, I'm meh to the pack. Murphy beds are nice, but not worth the ten bucks. Stuff Packs in general don't really feel worth it, aside from a good few.
  • GordyGordy Posts: 1,408 Member
    No

    For some reason, this made me think of the ridiculously gigantic bed that Lord Vivec has in Elder Scrolls Online. It made me wonder what on Tamriel that guy does in his bedroom when he's not pretending to be divine. LOL
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    You best stop wondering now, because you probably won't like the answer.

    As for me, I'm meh to the pack. Murphy beds are nice, but not worth the ten bucks. Stuff Packs in general don't really feel worth it, aside from a good few.
  • JaseJase Posts: 2,135 Member
    Yes
    While I'm definitely not an "enthusiast", I am kinda excited for this SP.

    My gameplay consists almost etirely of legacies and everyone starts out in pretty much a tiny house. So, I'm looking forward to seeing how this helps me out. Additionally, it kinda has me intrigued with an idea of instead of just starting a legacy in a tiny home, but keep them there and try to raise the family it in. :)
  • DuendeDuende Posts: 174 Member
    No
    Pay money for a bed, some recoloured clothing from "Discover University" and a lot trait that could have been easily added in an update?
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  • Amj1995Amj1995 Posts: 3,940 Member
    edited January 12
    No
    Not enthused about. Seems like a stuffer of content they wanted to put out, but since there is no DLC store as the previous sims games had where we could could select which items to purchase... anyway, put it into a stuff pack. I like new content, but the theme of this content is meh.

    And I’m seeing a lot of recreations of certain hairstyles.
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  • Simsister2004Simsister2004 Posts: 3,499 Member
    edited January 12
    No
    Well, I don't "hate" it enough to say: I will never buy it. But I really, really don't understand what it is all about. We just have such many building spaces, and according to the pack they are all too big. Do we get new lots perhaps?
    Besides, I don't want any of my dear sims killed by a stupid bed.
  • lone_catlone_cat Posts: 415 Member
    No
    I'm pretty neutral on this stuff pack. I'll probably buy it at some point, just for the murphy bed.
  • fullspiralfullspiral Posts: 14,629 Member
    Yes
    I actually like the look of this pack. I much prefer smaller homes for my sims as opposed to big ones. Some of the BB will definitely come in handy for that!
  • Fonxi121994Fonxi121994 Posts: 445 Member
    No
    Pointless pack and a new cash grab.

    I'm not surprised though
    The changes came slowly at first. Most didn't realize, or didn't care, and accepted them. They chose a comfortable life.
  • bella_gothbella_goth Posts: 1,184 Member
    edited November 30
    No
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  • filipomelfilipomel Posts: 1,326 Member
    Yes
    The CAS and BB are exactly my taste, I can't get enough of mid century modern items.

  • rainbowwithfangsrainbowwithfangs Posts: 65 Member
    Yes
    Yes. Give me all the stuff. All the packs.
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  • RiverX2BananasRiverX2Bananas Posts: 58 Member
    Yes
    I LOVE building tiny homes. I do that most of the time anyways so yes, I am thrilled to get this pack. I wish there was spiral staircases or ladders and bunk beds, but even like it now is, this is a great pack for me. I'm more excited about this pack than most game or expansion packs!
  • Poekie03Poekie03 Posts: 1,581 Member
    Yes
    Yes because I love playing in tiny homes :smile: and I like the style of the pack.
  • NorthDakotaGamerNorthDakotaGamer Posts: 2,279 Member
    edited January 20
    No
    I stopped getting excited about packs. I have to see great significant gameplay features before even deciding if it is worth full price.
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  • Kristy983Kristy983 Posts: 26 Member
    Yes
    I'm a fan of the challenge of tiny living, but I would love to be able to pair it with off-the-grid a little more. A lot of people who choose tiny homes also like to live off-the-grid, at least a little. They use solar panels on their tiny homes and compost toilets. This pack could have offered those things.
  • randy2355randy2355 Posts: 109 Member
    Yes
    I wasn't at first. Then I read that the tile limit was 100 tiles, so I started a new save, and tried out the 100 tile limit and I was all, "ok, it could be fun to have that little extra challange, as my sims usually end up in gigantic houses." Then, when I watched the livestream, and saw that there were three size limits, I tried the smallest size limit. I find that my sim is using comunity lots more, and doing more outdoor activities, going to the festivals in San Myshuno again, ect! To get the extra rewards for downsizing will be nice.
  • LeGardePourpreLeGardePourpre Posts: 11,132 Member
    Yes
    The livestream was interesting, this stuff pack is nice.
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