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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

I finally did it...

I purged all of my package files.

Kind of.

Okay, I lied. I purged most of them, and now my game loves me for it. :D Or maybe it just loves me because the world I created is small. Sigh.

Anyway, welcome to Aspenville! A world that I built in about four hours with zero edit-in-game clicks. Am I ashamed?

But it's kind of pretty from this angle, right? Note to self: always edit in game.
Of course, there is a reason I built this world. ;)

They're baaaackkkk...
I missed my Dillards. My dysfunctional, potentially scarred Dillards. And I'd like to think they missed me. Sooo, I created a world free of plots, just for them! And of course, where there is Kyle...

...there is Jia.

Brandon and Sandy: *don't look, don't look, whatever you do, DON'T LOOK!*

Since their house is a particularly "gross" premade, I decided to give it a makeover to make it a little more "sim-family friendly" instead of "old fisherman's palace".


The house still only has two bedrooms, though. Sigh. Guess that means I'll have to move Issac out with his brother...

Because your sims are never too old for sophistication. Or woohoo.
The ultra-spacious bedroom I made for Sandy and Brandon more than makes up for it, though. Thank God they're too old to reproduce anymore, because I foresee lots of woohoo.

So, let's return to see what the other lovebirds are doing!

Definitely going to have to keep an eye on these two.
I made them get married, just like last time...only less depressing.
Opened the window after minimizing it and saw this. Cute.
The premade home they'll have to share with Issac.That'll kill the honeymoon for sure.

Doesn't she look so regal here? Love it!
Nausea? That's a wonderful sign!
That's all for tonight, folks. :) As always, thanks for reading!


  1. Hehehe. Well, I think the little town looks pretty good, but I'll be honest and say that anything I've attempted turned into a big pile of suck. XD Still, the fact that it runs smoothly is awesome.

    It's only recently I've realized how much CC really slows down the game. You're brave to delete all your packages! Having a smaller world probably helps, too, but CC and mods make the game work overtime, too.

    It's real sweet seeing the family together, especially with Jia. Having a temporary place to play in the meantime is great! Means we all get to enjoy them a bit, while you work on your project town. ;)

    Have you decided what kind of town you're aiming for? Urban, island, swamp, mountainy, ocean, countryside...? I'm curious. :)

  2. Thank you! :) The only thing that makes me want to keep it is the fact that it helps my game run a lot faster. Well, that and the waterfall. ;)

    I'm not that brave, I still kept a few. :P CC really does make the game spazz out, kind of makes me sad since I have a bit of an addiction to it. Hopefully, I'll learn to go without it (or without most of it).

    I like having Jia "back", she's one of the coolest sims I have ever had the pleasure of bonding with. Kind of funny, since she was originally meant to be one of the many "conquests" Kyle would have eventually had.

    That's a good question. So far it's a mixture of things, lol. I'm working on a beach area and a downtown area. In the grand scheme of things, I'd like to have a world that has a little bit of everything, but for now I'm just letting the world build itself. :)