Gotta love SimGuruTatertot for sharing these pics!
As Prima didn’t do a large guide for Island Paradise, community guides are becoming more and more important to help players with their games. And, in my personal opinion, they are generally more detailed than Prima’s guides.
Carl’s Sims 3 Guides are great for helping you with anything from the base game to Island Paradise, and that’s what this post is about! Carl has created complete guides for the game and we’re highlighting some of them right here.
All of these guides tie together to help you unlock most of the Islands, only one of them is not covered by the guide.
If you find anything awesome in the community that deserves to be in the community spotlight, then get in touch!
SimGuruCopeland has shared an image on Twitter, and it looks as if restaurants will be making a return in The Sims 3 Store very soon. Menus appear to be on the tables, so I’m crossing my fingers!
— Alan Copeland (@SimGuruCopeland) July 11, 2013
To celebrate the App Store’s 5th birthday, The Sims Medieval is currently free! It’s definitely worth a download, and at the price of £0.00 who could say no?
The Sims Medieval is a spin-off to The Sims franchise and takes your Sims back in time. The spin-off was launched in 2011 and had one “adventure pack” before development ceased.
To find The Sims Medieval, click here (US App Store) or search “The Sims Medieval” on the App Store.
Source: Platinum Simmers
On the 23rd July, there will be another live broadcast and we will get a look at the upcoming time travel expansion pack and the new movie themed stuff pack. On top of all of this, details about The Sims 4′s big reveal will be announced!
It also appears that EA have updated The Sims 4 logo too…
Join us for the next The Sims Live Broadcast on Tuesday, July 23 at 10AM PDT where we’ll be revealing The Sims 3’s next expansion pack and showing a live gameplay demo of some new “futuristic” features. We’ll also be giving a sneak peek into the content of our “movie themed” stuff pack and announcing more details about The Sims 4’s big reveal at this year’s gamescom. Save the date and spread the word for #TheSimsLB on July 23!
Video Gamer reports Maxis have released a survey to some users which asks them about which features they’d like to see in the future. Among these features are subways, an offline mode and terraforming. It appears Maxis are doing a complete U-Turn and want to win fans back.
I personally think all of these things would make a great addition and make this SimCity, which is great, the best SimCity yet and attract people who were turned off by always-online functionality and the disastrous launch. But the question remains: why wasn’t this in the game at launch?!