A frequent complaint about Sims Expansion packs – whichever version of the game, or type of pack – is the lack of content for younger Sims. The Sims 4 Kids Bedroom Stuff is a step towards balancing that out.
The Sims 4 Dine Out Game pack was released on June 7th. As the name suggests, it all revolves around dining out.
You can run a restaurant, go out to a restaurant, new foods, experiment with foods. And many more new things.
In this article I want to look at those things a bit more. I’ve been playing the pack for a few days to get a feeling of what is in it.
Birds chirping, plants budding… it’s the season of love, and your Sims can experience it for themselves with The Sims 4 Romantic Garden Stuff Pack!
On February 11th The Sims 4 Romantic Garden stuff came out.
The title says it all about this pack. It revolves around your Sims’ garden and making it more romantic, with Victorian styled garden statues, as well as new flowery and romantic clothing for you Sims.
Many of us Mayors have had the same problem, once you figured out how to balance your chosen specialization, RCI, services and greatworks, the fun gameplay of SimCity was a bit gone. So it was right time for an expansion pack! Cities of Tomorrow is the first expansion of SimCity. As the name suggest it has a futuristic theme. Maxis’ prediction on our future is however a bit interesting. There are two possible futures, one where...
Here are the patch notes for this update: New Feature: Tool to create bridges, overpasses, and tunnels when you draw your roads. While building your road, pressing the N key or M key will lower or raise the road accordingly creating overpasses, bridges and tunnels. Note: Existing road layouts cannot be raised or lowered New: Improvements for traffic behavior to make it smarter. This should reduce the number of lines formed by all...
SimCity Amusement Park reminded me of Rollercoaster Tycoon before I got my hands on it. Now that I’ve spent quite a bit of time with the new content set, it’s nothing like the popular Tycoon at all. It fits with the rest of SimCity, and it doesn’t feel like it’s trying too hard to be something else. Maxis did a really good job of bringing new content and sticking to that SimCity feel we’ve grown to love since its release earlier this...