I’ve been back to Sims 4 lately. It’s been about a year since I’ve played with my virtual family of an incredible red ego and two edge. So, instead of continuing where I left off, I decided to start over.
Which, of course, means I needed a new home.
Recently I took over some old extensions for my City Living and Cats and Dogs game. And with so many new projects and housing opportunities, I wanted to try something I hadn’t had before: I wanted to build my own house from scratch.
Well, you know, not the way Starter Minecraft is at home.
So, after about an hour browsing the gallery looking for design inspiration and finding many features that weren’t properly loaded, even though I had the right elements, I decided to consider some building options. It turned out that many of these houses probably used–cheaters, who can do pretty cool things.
Here are some useful tips I found in Sims 4 for building a less ingenious house!
It is very, very easy to cheat.
It’s very simple. One of the things I really like about Sims 4 is that the ability to cheat is built into the game, so you don’t have to worry about being taken out of the game if EA decides to control it.
To activate cheaters, simply press Ctrl + Shift + C, which opens a small bar at the top. Enter your cheat code in this small bar and press the Enter key. You can cheat with that.
The two most important are the Move Cheat Objects (bb.moveobjects on) and the Show Hidden Objects Cheat (bb.showhiddenobjects on).
Then simply press Ctrl + Shift + C again to make the deceptive window disappear. Your cheat code is still active, even if you close the window.
Scammer Move Objects is an OP type.
Once you have activated the ‘Moving Objects cheat’ function, there are several things you can do.
|Keeping the old||Allows you to ignore the rules for placing objects on grids|
|[||Makes it possible to reduce objects|
|]||Makes it possible to enlarge objects|
|0||Makes it possible to move objects slightly upwards|
|9||Allows you to move objects down slightly.|
So, if you’ve ever looked at a house in a gallery and wondered how they got a real car in your Sims’ driveway, all you have to do is find a children’s car model and enlarge it a few times to make it look like a real car.
You can also use it to make things like sectional banks and much more!
Technical advice: Although you can compress and enlarge objects such as windows and mirrors, this only affects the object’s frame. It doesn’t really change the surface. So you can end up with a large old window frame with a Ytti-bit view at the bottom.
The hidden objects in the Cheat Show are also very useful.
The purpose of this deception is to make you buy things in the shop that you wouldn’t normally be able to do, such as ripe fruit trees and ambient light.
As soon as you enter his code, you will not receive a confirmation or anything similar to what you do with other crooks. However, if you go to the store’s lighting department, for example, you will see a number of new ambient light options that do not appear in display mode.
It’s a small detail, but it’s a great way to prevent this little flashlight from being used so often that your sim doesn’t live in the dark.
Unfortunately there is no real way (that I haven’t discovered yet) to filter these items, so you’ll have to examine them and see what you can find!
It is preferable to work with rooms rather than walls.
When I was working on Sim’s new dream home (which was conveniently based on my own dream home, so I worked with a real set of drawings), I became obsessed with following models with the Place Wall tool.
I can’t recommend this strategy.
Although this seems like an easy way to get the shapes you need, you get a series of walls that don’t count as space. Which means…
- He doesn’t get the cover, and
- It is very difficult to install non-standard roofs.
Indeed, the walls themselves are not designed to support the roof, so the roof can pass directly through to reach your corridor and block the staircase (concrete example or not, depending on experience). The spaces are designed as enclosed spaces so that the roof effectively cuts around the space.
It also makes it easier to install wallpaper and flooring in your rooms.
You can make a staircase to measure, but that’s not easy.
One of the best-selling features of the design of the house that I love so much is the massive curved staircase that is emphasized on the round staircase. Obviously, I wanted to find a way to do it again.
It turns out there is a lack of mods, in Sims 4 there is no real possibility to build such a custom scale. I couldn’t find a fashion that did what I wanted either, so I decided to use a regular two-way staircase and made it work.
In this guide there are a few tips for making an L-shaped staircase, but I haven’t tried them yet, simply because the house I built was almost finished when I did my research.
So here are the Sims 4 construction hackers I’ve discovered so far! Do you have your own handy burglaries? Share them in the following comments!
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