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After returning from their honeymoon, Kristen and Fernando decided it was time to look for a new home and found this home, which was partially furnished. They would like to eventually raise a child here. Meanwhile, Kristen's friend, Erin Beaker, one of her former roommates, is now living in their former home, so they did not lose any of their furniture and can move back there when they retire (possibly).

My other thought is to always move a single person into that home and have all the weddings in the backyard (I can always decorate them differently as time goes on...the University expansion coming next year is going to include a fountain, so I want to add one outside near the statue where they took photos...
Once I've got Fernando and Kristen's home fully furnished and I know they've settled in for a while, I'll leave them for some wedded bliss before returning to allow them to try for a baby.
I'm now going to focus on Erin and her five prospective suitors: Jaime Cruz (Fernando's brother), Kal-El Myers (the only other single male character who hails from my previous game), Norville "Nervous" Specter, Ajay Mitchell (used to be Loner), and Pascal Curious (who is a single father and therefore the possible dark horse candidate). Of course there are two other dark horse candidates: single father of three, General Buzz Grunt, and Kiritan Jones, a purple alien teenaged boy (who I think would make a better match with either Ophelia Nigmos or a teenaged Jill Smith (who is still currently a child)). I'm going to try to hook up Kiritan's sister, Ganit, with Ripp Grunt (since the only other teenaged boy in town is Tank Grunt and I find him annoying).


Dec. 15th, 2004 09:32 am (UTC)
Are these all characters on your game, or are they run by different people online?
Dec. 15th, 2004 11:38 am (UTC)
these are all characters in MY game.

I haven't played Sims Online. No one really played Sims Online. It was a flop.
Dec. 15th, 2004 01:03 pm (UTC)
Okay. I've never played it before, but Caleb's been asking for it for about a year. Is it kid-friendly? I don't know the rating for it.
Dec. 15th, 2004 02:13 pm (UTC)
the game does have cartoony things happen, but, there are things in there that you may not like...

...the characters "make woo-hoo" in order to have a child (of course, it's all cartoony and happens under the covers). The characters can fall in love with people of the same sex (well, that's at least from real life). In this version, when the characters get abducted by aliens, the males may come back pregnant (there is a trio of brothers in the game, created by Maxis that resemble the Lone Gunmen in nature). I haven't played the other two neighborhoods the game came with, only this Alien one. (Similar to Roswell).

This is Sims2. This original Sims 1 is just as fun, but again, they are rated T for Teen.
Dec. 17th, 2004 07:22 am (UTC)
Is there anything similar to it but 'tween friendly?
Dec. 17th, 2004 07:49 pm (UTC)
not to the best of my knowledge...unfortunately, a lot of the kids games these days involve having to buy and collect things (Pokemon, Yu-Gi-Oh, Animal Crossing) to increase the enjoyment of the game. (trading cards, etc.).

However, if you have any console systems, we just got a cute video game for Playstation 2: Ribbit King. It's addictive. You basically play golf but your golf ball is a frog, so the game is Frolf...

Dec. 19th, 2004 04:44 am (UTC)
However, if you have any console systems, we just got a cute video game for Playstation 2: Ribbit King.

I bought an Xbox for the kids, along with a few kid-friendly games. I'll check out Ribbit King and see if it's available for Xbox as well.

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