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Lab Assistant
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#1 Old 9th Mar 2017 at 1:38 PM Last edited by letitgo1776 : 9th Mar 2017 at 8:36 PM.
Default The Generations Challenge
This is like The Sims 3 Generations, but for The Sims 4.

Mods recommended:
Zerbu's Go To School http://zerbu.tumblr.com/post/154260...pack-v4-release
MC Command Center http://modthesims.info/download.php?t=551680
Lifetime Skills
http://www.modthesims.info/download.php?t=589457

Basically you play a very family-oriented game. Start with a sim who's family oriented, get married, have kids, kids have kids, and so on. It's mostly run by the point system:

+2 points for each marriage
+3 points for each child born
+3 points for each sim played from birth to death
+1 point for each age up
+1 point for each natural death in the family
+1 point for each stay-at-home parent
-2 points for each unnatural death in the family/social worker

Love stories for extra points (+1 point each)

•In love with best friend
•Scientist in love with alien
•Widow in love with ghost spouse
•Soulmates (At least 2 traits in common)

Double your points if you played with my Close Knit challenge: http://www.modthesims.info/showthread.php?t=577430

My play through:
Bluebell married her soulmate, Ulysses Baggett and had 2 children, Ulysses Jr and Bella. I continued with Ulysses Jr, who married his best friend, Tiffany. They had 2 kids, Bridgett and Ulysses III.
Points: 34
Family tree: https://app.theplumtreeapp.com/publ...4fd04b20a726f92

The goal is to get as many points as possible. The challenge ends when you get bored or you lose the save.

Post your pictures and points below and, as always, happy simming!
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Lab Assistant
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#2 Old 10th Mar 2017 at 10:08 PM
*bump*
Nyeh
Test Subject
#3 Old 10th Mar 2017 at 11:18 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by letitgo1776
This is like The Sims 3 Generations, but for The Sims 4.

Mods recommended:
Zerbu's Go To School http://zerbu.tumblr.com/post/154260...pack-v4-release
MC Command Center http://modthesims.info/download.php?t=551680
Lifetime Skills
http://www.modthesims.info/download.php?t=589457

Basically you play a very family-oriented game. Start with a sim who's family oriented, get married, have kids, kids have kids, and so on. It's mostly run by the point system:

+2 points for each marriage
+3 points for each child born
+3 points for each sim played from birth to death
+1 point for each age up
+1 point for each natural death in the family
+1 point for each stay-at-home parent
-2 points for each unnatural death in the family/social worker

Love stories for extra points (+1 point each)

•In love with best friend
•Scientist in love with alien
•Widow in love with ghost spouse
•Soulmates (At least 2 traits in common)

Double your points if you played with my Close Knit challenge: http://www.modthesims.info/showthread.php?t=577430

My play through:
Bluebell married her soulmate, Ulysses Baggett and had 2 children, Ulysses Jr and Bella. I continued with Ulysses Jr, who married his best friend, Tiffany. They had 2 kids, Bridgett and Ulysses III.
Points: 34
Family tree: https://app.theplumtreeapp.com/publ...4fd04b20a726f92

The goal is to get as many points as possible. The challenge ends when you get bored or you lose the save.

Post your pictures and points below and, as always, happy simming!


So I did this awhile back without realizing it was a challenge-- I'm pretty new to the sims social parts, as before I've tended to keep to myself and play on my own. I've only recently gotten into downloading custom content and mods and such, so here I am.

I started with Oscar Grace. He married Anastasia (the first), and had two sons named Omar and Lionel.

It kind of went from there, as you can see in the family tree(s) below. The tree branching from Oscar got so big it wouldn't fit on the geneology screen. Part one Part two

I am not great with math, so I added up the individual categories first. I got 30 points from natural deaths, 27 points (12 marriages, with one alien-scientist romance and two best friend romances) from marriage, 75 points from births, and a whopping 146 points from age-ups (assuming toddlers get one point from aging from a baby, children get two, and so fourth). I totaled it all to be 278 points-- a testament to my lack of a social life. Here's my math. I forgot it was 2 points per marriage, 3 points per child, and 3 points per sim played.

So that's my contribution to this challenge. Hopefully my math is right!

Addendum: The only reason I've stopped playing is that, because of the sheer amount of Sims in this world, my game UI has started bugging out frequently, especially if I'm moving objects, editing options, or going into build/buy-- which doesn't happen with my other games. I literally cannot play this file anymore, so I'm calling it finished. A shame, I was looking forward to seeing generation 6 grow up
Lab Assistant
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#4 Old 11th Mar 2017 at 1:08 AM
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Originally Posted by detectiverobomonkey18
So I did this awhile back without realizing it was a challenge-- I'm pretty new to the sims social parts, as before I've tended to keep to myself and play on my own. I've only recently gotten into downloading custom content and mods and such, so here I am.

I started with Oscar Grace. He married Anastasia (the first), and had two sons named Omar and Lionel.

It kind of went from there, as you can see in the family tree(s) below. The tree branching from Oscar got so big it wouldn't fit on the geneology screen. Part one Part two

I am not great with math, so I added up the individual categories first. I got 30 points from natural deaths, 27 points (12 marriages, with one alien-scientist romance and two best friend romances) from marriage, 75 points from births, and a whopping 146 points from age-ups (assuming toddlers get one point from aging from a baby, children get two, and so fourth). I totaled it all to be 278 points-- a testament to my lack of a social life. Here's my math. I forgot it was 2 points per marriage, 3 points per child, and 3 points per sim played.

So that's my contribution to this challenge. Hopefully my math is right!

Addendum: The only reason I've stopped playing is that, because of the sheer amount of Sims in this world, my game UI has started bugging out frequently, especially if I'm moving objects, editing options, or going into build/buy-- which doesn't happen with my other games. I literally cannot play this file anymore, so I'm calling it finished. A shame, I was looking forward to seeing generation 6 grow up


Wow, that's quite impressive! I've never made it past generation 3's childhood. I stopped because of Penny Pizazz. Grr. I hate her. And then her soul took their son's body. I should go back to playing them. You know what? I'm getting Sims 4 back.
Test Subject
#5 Old 13th May 2017 at 5:44 PM
Default Go to school mod
Quote:
Originally Posted by letitgo1776
This is like The Sims 3 Generations, but for The Sims 4.

Mods recommended:
Zerbu's Go To School http://zerbu.tumblr.com/post/154260...pack-v4-release
MC Command Center http://modthesims.info/download.php?t=551680
Lifetime Skills
http://www.modthesims.info/download.php?t=589457

Basically you play a very family-oriented game. Start with a sim who's family oriented, get married, have kids, kids have kids, and so on. It's mostly run by the point system:

+2 points for each marriage
+3 points for each child born
+3 points for each sim played from birth to death
+1 point for each age up
+1 point for each natural death in the family
+1 point for each stay-at-home parent
-2 points for each unnatural death in the family/social worker

Love stories for extra points (+1 point each)

•In love with best friend
•Scientist in love with alien
•Widow in love with ghost spouse
•Soulmates (At least 2 traits in common)

Double your points if you played with my Close Knit challenge: http://www.modthesims.info/showthread.php?t=577430

My play through:
Bluebell married her soulmate, Ulysses Baggett and had 2 children, Ulysses Jr and Bella. I continued with Ulysses Jr, who married his best friend, Tiffany. They had 2 kids, Bridgett and Ulysses III.
Points: 34
Family tree: https://app.theplumtreeapp.com/publ...4fd04b20a726f92

The goal is to get as many points as possible. The challenge ends when you get bored or you lose the save.

Post your pictures and points below and, as always, happy simming!



I believe the go to school mod is out of date or it's just not working for me.
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