Simularity Update 088
I am working on a slew of new mods for you all and now have two of them done and ready for action! I hope to have even more ready soon. I’ll talk more about what’s coming soon further down in this post. If you haven’t become a patron on my Patreon yet, I’d gladly appreciate it. I’m working hard for you! Now onto the goodies!
First up, a brand-new and rather difficult Aspiration! The new aspiration is called the Ultimate Adventurer Aspiration. This aspiration will take you a while to complete and it does require four different packs in order to use it. Sorry about that as I usually try to keep pack requirements to a minimum but this time I went wild. You won’t be able to use this aspiration unless you have the following: Jungle Adventure GP, Island Living EP, Snowy Escape EP, and Get to Work EP.
Next up is a Tuning Mod that I promised to create late last year to go with my Archaeology Custom Preference Mod. The new mod is Faster Archaeology which will speed up the time it takes to excavate dig piles and use the Archaeology Table from the Jungle Adventure GP. The speed-up amount depends on your Sim’s Archaeology Skill level.
I updated the Telehealth Psychotherapy Mod so that now calling the hotline will greatly increase your Sim’s social need while they are talking on the phone. It seemed like a commonsense update to make, at least to me; and a useful one too.
Let me look at my current “working on” board… Seems I have two careers, two game fixes, two traits, a lot challenge, and three tuning mods in the works. One of those traits I am testing right now so it should be ready for release soon. The lot challenge is being… challenging… but I hope to have it ready soon as well. Careers take forever to get right but one of them is about half done at least. Oh, I am also working on adding chance cards to my current slate of custom careers. The tuning mods are being worked on, just got to make them work. One of the fixes is done, just have to test it but I keep forgetting to every time I’m in the game.
That’s all for now, I have a lot of work to do! Happy Simming and take care out there!