“Old is Gold”
This saying is true when you play classic old games like sims 3.
Although Sims 3 is over a decade-old game, it keeps you hooked for hours using some of the best challenges.
While The Sims 4 was released 5 years later, many players still prefer to play The Sims 3 to maintain their profile.
Besides, no one likes to leave their access to the community that has been built over the years.
Now let’s take a look at some of the best challenges the game has ever seen.
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The Good Ol’ Legacy challenge
The Good Ol’ Legacy challenge is a classic, and I highly recommend it. In this challenge, you must play a single family for 10 generations. You can do whatever you want with them (including cheating), but some rules must be followed:
- It would be best to have a family tree showing who came before who, how they’re related, and when they were born/died.
- It would be best if you had a photo album documenting each generation of your family members’ lives.
- There needs to be at least one writer in every generation of the family tree; ideally, more than one writer so that you’ll have multiple perspectives on what’s happening in the story!
Live in a horse stable
.A horse stable is a perfect place to live because it’s close enough to the city to get mail and take jobs but far enough away that you can hear the quiet of nature. It’s also great for maintaining your friendship with horses, which will help keep your Sim’s mood up. To build one, use your Sim’s Build Mode function and select “Stable” from under “Housing.” When purchasing an animal, choose either a horse or donkey; they require similar maintenance but have different personalities (don’t worry—there are no differences between male and female animals). Horses are faster than donkeys and make better friends (especially if you name them after movie stars or fictional characters).
Once you have built a stable with room for at least four horses (or three if some of them share stalls), register yourself on their local market website using any computer. Once registered as an agent, there are several ways that you can find buyers: visit houses where people own pets; post ads online; accept listings from other agents looking for sellers; etc.
Live off of 1,000 Simoloens
The sims 3 challenges are a great way to spice up your Sims 3 gameplay. You can find them by clicking on the challenge icon at the bottom right of your screen and clicking “Challenge List.”
You may be wondering how you’re supposed to live off 1,000 simoloens. Well, let’s take a look at some ways that you can earn them in the game.
- Completing tasks such as collecting weeds from gardens makes you money.
- Faster completion of tasks will net more money for you, too.
- So if there are any tasks left uncompleted at night when everyone goes to bed. I would recommend doing those first thing in the morning before starting other activities such as making food or taking care of children.
This challenge is all about career paths. So if you’re not a big fan of your sims’ jobs to get by in The Sims 3, this one’s for you. There are only two rules:
- Your sims can’t have careers and jobs at the same time—if they’re going to work, it has to be their career (and no, starting them out as teens don’t count).
- You can’t start them off with a career until they become teenagers.
Realistic travel times
The actual travel times challenge is one of the most fun and thought-provoking challenges. This challenge requires you to use a combination of carpooling, public transit, and walking to get around town. Additionally, you can either stop at the grocery store before returning home or skip it until tomorrow during your commute home.
To set realistic travel times in The Sims 3 Legacy Challenge 2 (and its predecessor), I recommend using SimGoober’s Travel Times Adjuster Mod.
Everyone must use public transportation.
Public transportation is one of the best ways to help your sims stay in touch with their community. It can help them meet new people, get fit, and be entertained simultaneously.
Public transportation also allows your sims to participate in other challenges. However, the conditions are:
- First, everyone must have a job.
- Everyone has to go vegan.
Create a blind sim
Blind sims can’t see, and that makes them pretty useless. They can’t use the computer or the phone, so they can’t socialize with other sims or check out what’s happening in their town. They can’t read books or magazines, so there’s no point in letting them go to work. And forget about having a telescope! Blind sims also have trouble getting around at night—they won’t be able to see any better than when it’s daytime.
And forget about going to the spa! The blind sim will just be standing there awkwardly while everyone else gets their icky mud masks applied before being led around by an attendant like a child taught how to walk for the first time.
Only couples can have children, and they must be married before doing so. There’s a good reason for this: if you know anything about the history of relationships in The Sims, you’ll see that marriage has always been an essential part of their lives.
It’s such an integral part of their society that even when a Sim gets married or divorced in real life today—they get paid more money! That’s right: just because your Sim is already married doesn’t mean they can’t get divorced again!
Create 1 Sim Per Life Stage
To create a challenge, you need to start with a blank slate. This can be done using the legacy challenge generator (available here), which will generate a set of challenges for you to complete. You can also use the Legacy Challenge Generator to create your challenges and share them with others!
If you’re not sure where to begin, I suggest starting with some easy-to-complete challenges such as:
- Create 1 sim per life stage and then move on to another family
- Make all your sims earn their first careers before aging up
- Have less than $5 in household funds at any point during this challenge
Challenge the Sims 3 to do something new and different. There are many challenges available, from making your Sims foodies to getting them to build a room for every single day of the year. These challenges are significant for keeping your game fresh and exciting and giving you more reasons to play with your favorite characters.
Challenges aren’t just for adults either!
The kids can get in on the action by creating fun challenges for each other or their families. Just make sure they stay away from anything that might hurt someone else—even if it’s meant in jest!
That’s all for now.
Similar to Sims 3, if you need help kickstart your Sims 4 journey, check out these 6 key sims 4 tips for beginners.