This is a lot I made toward the end of this past summer. At the time, I had been in the mood to make community lots. The only reason I didn’t upload it after I made it is because I was still fussing with the pics.
Click the following pic in order to head over to the info page on this fun little arcade. It is is loosely based on the RL Dave and Buster’s, so I bring you Brave and Duster’s Arcade…
Whole World Market
A hangout with shopping, dining, and more! Check it out…(click image)
The Potter’s House is a hangout where sims can socialize AND work on their crafting skills (sculpting, drafting, potion-making, and inventing).
Check it out!
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The Potter’s House
Well, my wish–along with the wishes of thousands of Sims fans–has come true! I am so thrilled we are finally going to have weather and seasons in the game.
The demo during the live-chat on August 3 was a bit frustrating to watch since they were having so much technical difficulty, particularly during the Supernatural portion. I was relieved they were able to demo Seasons a bit better.
Supernatural looks good, but Seasons looks great.
I’d love to say more, but I think I am going in-game and start building some weather-ready lots! 🙂
Little by little, I have been working toward making “Barnacle Bay” into “Mediterranean Bay.” I don’t have much so far–mainly because I haven’t been simming much lately–but what I do have is mostly in the form of downloads from fellow simmer, Susanna. She has great Italian style builds, and I placed several of her lots in this world.
I, too, like to build old world style lots, and the following build is just that. I made it especially for Mediterranean Bay. My inspiration was a picture of an old Italian house (to which I no longer have access). In order to make the most use of all the space, I decided to make the build into 3 distinct apartments.
There are 2 distinct buildings, but they are connected by a breezeway. The yellow stone-brick building (on the right) has one 2-floored apartment (let’s call it Apartment A), and the white-green stucco/stone building (on the left) has two more apartments, one of which is 2-floors (let’s call it Apartment B) and the other which is 3 floors (let’s call it Apartment C).
I didn’t use buydebug to place hidden room markers and all three apartments are fully furnished. This way, simmers can choose which apartment best suits their needs/style and place hidden room markers for themselves in the apartments they opt not to play. Or, they can play all three apartments as one household. It’s up to you. 🙂