Can you transform the boring rooftop terrace into a cool rooftop garden? Can you give our sims a new life? Make a cool apartment. Come join us and your pictures might be in the next issue of LivingSims magazine!
The sims just moved into the city, but their apartment building doesn’t have any garden which your sims are missing horribly. Luckily the building has a large rooftop terrace which can be converted. We want you to help the sims of this challenge to create an amazing getaway on top of their boring apartment building. While you are at it, help them decorate their new apartment as well. Continue reading “New Challenge: In the Sky 2.0”
The staff has worked double time to deliver you the second issue within two months. This time it is all about the holiday seasons from Halloween to New Year and everything in between.
We have tips, beautiful houses, wonderful gifts for Sims 4 and holiday finds for you.
The staff wish you a safe and happy holiday! Enjoy the issue and remember to eat cookies.
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The holidays are the time where guests invade your home. Get some inspiration both for your game and perhaps even for your real life guest room?
From Army Cots & Blow-up Beds to the Guest Room of Your Dreams
The Holiday Seasons brings fun-filled days and a flood of wanted (and unwanted!) visitors. They come from far and near with suitcase in hand, expecting food and comfort, but what they often get is something less spectacular […]
Read the rest of the article in issue 14
For me Christmas is all about the children. In Denmark we often say “Julen er børnenes fest”, which literally translates to “Christmas is the children’s party” – so when I found this old article in issue 14 I had to share it with you guys!
Baby’s First Christmas
Christmas babies are gifts enough for any home but especially so for a couple who tried unsuccesfully for years before their most cherished dream become a reality.
Read the full article in issue 14
EA homes are… questionable at best. The patterns are usually gaudy and misplaced, the colors either too bold or too dull, the furnishing arrangements are… don’t get us started. We find ourselves often wondering, ‘What were they thinking!?’ So we are going to set you lovely designers to work making EA homes a little less ugly one Room at a time.
Going into an already furnished EA house, stripping everything but the walls and starting anew sounds like an easy, everyday run of the mill make-over challenge. This however is Maxis Mayhem ladies and gentlemen.
Can you do better than EA? Join us!
Image credit: Zingaro
I adore sims played in other time periods – that is probably just me being a history buff, but I don’t care if it is a 1950s game or a nerolicic one. I just found this old article that will take you back to the 1930s and celebrate an art deco modern christmas.
Time Travel: … back in time
The machines made the same whirring sound that it had previously and all of a sudden the world changed before Dr. Tempus and Sindy’s eyes. […]
Travel back in time with me in issue 7