[Tips] For new SFP players

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Re: [Tips] For new SFP players

Post by Butterfly » 30 Jan 2017, 22:08

What's a good reason for starting a new SFP game...just curious because I have thought about it?
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Re: [Tips] For new SFP players

Post by slk0807 » 27 Feb 2017, 23:47

I just started a second game because I'm not having much luck finding neighbors and this way I can create my own "house for neighbors" that has everything in it I need to get SP for my first game. Hoping it works out! I've only been playing my first game for about 9 months and I'm on level 54 in that. Just reached level 8 on my new game, and trying to build up the simoleons.
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Re: [Tips] For new SFP players

Post by SKatF » 28 Feb 2017, 10:04

slk0807 wrote:
27 Feb 2017, 23:47
I just started a second game because I'm not having much luck finding neighbors and this way I can create my own "house for neighbors" that has everything in it I need to get SP for my first game. Hoping it works out! I've only been playing my first game for about 9 months and I'm on level 54 in that. Just reached level 8 on my new game, and trying to build up the simoleons.
I did the same. I'm now in love with both my games and it can run me ragged trying to keep up with events in more than one. Plus dividing my in game purchases between two games.

Another choice I kind of wish I'd made instead is to copy the current game as a second game. Then it will have everything you already worked for for you to visit for social tasks. And you only need to keep up with one game (your original one), copying it over periodically. Also, that way if you make any purchases, you won't have to do it for both games or decide which one gets it. But you have to keep your saves straight.
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Re: [Tips] For new SFP players

Post by slynkee » 15 Feb 2018, 01:54

Is there basic information somewhere that I'm missing? Such as a list of abbreviations- what does TV stand for in this forum?

What is the max number of Sims you can have? If you adopt does that increase the maximum population, or are you just paying to get them sooner?
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Re: [Tips] For new SFP players

Post by mockingbird288z » 15 Feb 2018, 03:46

slynkee wrote:
15 Feb 2018, 01:54
Is there basic information somewhere that I'm missing? Such as a list of abbreviations- what does TV stand for in this forum?

What is the max number of Sims you can have? If you adopt does that increase the maximum population, or are you just paying to get them sooner?
TV stands for Town Value.

The number of sims depends on your level and your VIP level. The max amount of sims at the max level is 34. With VIP 15 the max amount of sims is 39.

When you send real money to adopt a sim you are just paying to get them sooner. For example, if you are at level 31 (which means your next sim is unlocked at level 32) and you adopt a sim your next sim will be unlocked at level 34.
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