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Real Life Mod

Luckily, the Sims community is full of talented people who create custom hairstyles, clothing, furniture, and even gameplay tweaks. Some of these are just for cosmetic purposes, some add silly fun, and some make your game even more realistic.

Real Life Mod

Updated March 30, 2023, by Jouanna Bondakji: The Sims 4 is still having different packs made that add depth and realism to your experience, though many players argue that a lot of the things in them should've already been in the base game. With the release of the Growing Together Expansion Pack, there's more depth to Sims' likes and dislikes, as well as new social and situation events.

A person's emotions govern their levels of happiness and the actions they perform in real life. This has been brought over to The Sims 4, where a Sim's emotions play a crucial role in making these virtual characters more believable.

With this mod, your Sim can attend clubs including but not limited to ballet, basketball, dance, band, and karate. Not only does it add more variety and realism to the game, but it also makes teen and child Sims stand out a little more, which is much needed in a game that usually prioritizes adult and young adult Sims.

Sudden tragedies are devastating and traumatic for the people involved. Though they're an undeniable part of life, you usually want to avoid them whenever possible. However, if you really want to make your game resemble real life, you can add more tragic deaths with the Life Tragedies mod by SACRIFICIAL.

Dying in The Sims is often kind of goofy, but this mod makes things a little too real with its additions. For example, your Sim can die from disease, be the victim of a hit-and-run, or even get murdered. It's not for everyone, but Life Tragedies definitely adds some interesting and unexpected factors into your game.

Fertility can be quite tricky and unpredictable in life. Becoming pregnant without meaning or wanting to, or being infertile despite wanting a baby are things people go through every day. This mod by PolarBearSims emulates those experiences. With it, Sims may or may not use protection during Woohoo depending on their traits, and their chances of becoming pregnant change based on that.

Sims have different fertility percentages based on certain factors. For example, Sims of different ages also have different chances of becoming pregnant, just like in real life. Not to fear, though. If your Sim is infertile, but you want them to have a baby, this mod also offers locations where they can increase their fertility.

Most of the scents also transfer to other Sims you interact with, allowing you to indirectly change their moods a little as well. It's a small but engaging feature that's fun to interact with. After all, scents can affect how you feel in real life, and some people do make perfumes in their spare time.

If you're looking to add a darker spin to the lives of your Sims, one step towards it is the Basemental Drugs mod by Basemental. With this mod, you can integrate drug use and abuse into The Sims 4. Drug use can seriously impact you in real life, and Basemental Drugs replicates that with life-changing situations like addiction and rehabilitation.

Just like in the real world, pregnancy is a huge part of a Sim's life. Sims are able to have people feel their stomachs, talk about their due date, and can even tell people the big news after they take a pregnancy test. But there are a couple of things missing from the experience of playing through a Sim's pregnancy.

This mod by GODJUL1 changes the way Create a Sim works. While it's already possible to change just about everything about your Sim's physical appearance (including the size of their feet!), the one thing that you can't change is your Sim's height. Because of this, every Sim is unrealistically the exact same height.

While this is a completely cosmetic mod, it's still a fun and unique one that can change your gameplay up and make your game a lot more realistic. It allows you to make your Sims taller or shorter, making things make way more sense than having everyone be the exact same height.

Some people just love to talk and tell stories to the people around them. In the base game of The Sims 4, there's really no trait that expresses that. Some, like the "Outgoing" trait, are similar, but just not quite what you might be looking for.

While that's great, it's not exactly realistic to only have a single best friend. Most people have multiple best friends. So, if you're looking to make your Sims' relationships with other Sims more true to life, this mod helps emulate that in a simple but effective way.

True Happiness by roBurky is a mod that changes the way your Sim's moods work. Usually, Sims are basically always in some kind of positive mood like happy. It's pretty easy to keep your Sims feeling good as the game is right now, which is fine but not all that realistic.

If you're looking for a more realistic way to manage your Sim's moods, check this mod out. It edits the way events impact your Sim's mood, making their happiness not as easy to attain. Now, becoming truly "happy" for your Sims involves having something really special happen to them.

This mod by cyclelegs doesn't just make your game a bit more realistic, itt also makes it a lot more fun. Currently, Sims take quite a while to do just about anything. But with this mod, at least one part of their life is sped up dramatically.

If you play The Sims 4, you know how long your Sims can take to eat their meals. They could be sitting at the table for hours eating. That's not only unrealistic, but also a little annoying since you've likely got other things you want them to do as well. Luckily, this mod is here to help speed up that process.

This mod makes their behavior with things like sidewalks and pathways more realistic. With it, you can fence off your pathway and force your Sim to walk along it instead of randomly cutting through the grass. The best part is that it's completely invisible, so you won't be able to see it.

This mod by Satira decreases how much your Sims get paid through their jobs. Let's be honest, Sims get paid really well. As they move up through the ranks of their careers, they get all kinds of bonuses, rewards, and raises in their pay.

While that's great if you want to buy your Sims all the coolest gadgets and most comfortable pieces of furniture, it's just not entirely true to life. With this mod, the salaries are cut down to a more realistic place. Thankfully, though, there are other ways of making money besides jobs.

Obviously, that's not really how it works in real life, as romance takes time to grow and is special between the people involved. With this mod, players are able to make the romantic relationships between their Sim and the Sims around them more realistic. Certain romantic interactions will only be possible after different points in their romantic relationship. Interest and loyalty also play a factor in the acceptance or rejection of romantic interactions.

This movement could easily be dismissed as little more than another branch of hippies, and there certainly is some general overlap between the two groups, but Mods forged their own identity altogether in the streets of '50s and '60s London, not too far removed from the people and places captured in Edgar Wright's "Last Night in Soho." Raised in extravagant prosperity in post-War Britain, this sprawling generation of teens channeled their need to express themselves, their disposable income, and quite a bit of boredom into a lifestyle that prioritized style, fashion, and rebelling against authority. As put forth in vivid detail by the "The Mods: Shaping a Generation" project:

The Mods were an incredible 1960's youth sub-culture who shared a common desire to embrace a new found financial and parental freedom and to stand out above the crowd with regards to originality in fashion, music and social status and what they achieved still influences aspects of contemporary life.

The Effective Mod allows for water to have more realistic mechanisms. In the real world, waterfalls would have droplets of water scattering around from the water crashing, and with this mod, players can now have those physics in their worlds as well.

Alex's Mobs adds 71 new mobs to the game. While some mobs are from fantasy, most are real animals that roam this planet or have done so in the past. This mod does a great job of adding more life into the game.

The Physics Mod adds more lifelike physics to the game. This Minecraft mod makes water flow better, snow crumbles, and particles disipate whenever blocks are broken. Mobs even interact with the added features and the mod can be easily configured using the Physics' option menu.

Realistic Terrain Generation is a simple yet effective mod that players can use to make their game seem even more realistic. This mod does not add any special blocks or items into the game, but simply makes the terrain look more realistic.

Unless for space suits, I don't believe that Texture Replacer add some realism. I believe that it doesn't make the game more difficult too.Maybe the color isn't chosen very well?I also think that the links should be updated.

Do you have MechJeb installed and clicked 'Limit Acceleration' ? If you don't leave it a minimum greater than 0, it tries to throttle down - which doesn't work with real engines of course (most of them). Then MechJeb sets throttle to 0 at some point. Try to check those settings. 041b061a72


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