Are your Sims ready for the time of their lives? Heading off to college in The Sims 3 University Life opens up new opportunities, from social connections to career growth. From class activities to major-specific objects, your Sim will find new ways to learn! And university isn’t just about hitting the books. Join a protest, flirt at a bonfire party—there’s a lot to explore outside of lectures at the student union. With new locations like the bowling alley and SimBurger to visit, and new activities like juice pong and spray painting murals to enjoy, your Sims are sure to have the time of their lives! Learning is more fun than ever with new major-specific objects. Your Sims can broadcast their own radio show as a Communications student or bone up on anatomy using the skeleton as a Science and Medicine major. Your Sims can also learn through class activities, lectures at the student union, and joining in social activities. Sometimes Sims just need to party though. From hosting bonfires by the lake to doing juice keg stands at a dorm party, there are lots of ways to have a great time and let loose. Grow your social networking skill through texting, blogging and streaming video. This builds your affiliation with the three social groups on campus – the Nerds, the Rebels and the Jocks. Each group offers unique advantages, from earning dream jobs like video game designer to opening up an extra trait. Your University Life experiences will serve you well beyond college. Those with a degree will earn promotions more quickly and have a better-paying entry-level job out of school. The Sims 3 University Life offers everything you'd expect on a real college campus.
It never ceases to amaze me that despite being nearly four years old, EA can continue to push out expansions for The Sims 3 that still manage to offer a fresh gameplay experience. University Life may not be the most innovative expansion, but when you're on the ninth expansion it tends to get that way. Anyone who has played The Sims 2 will immediately recognize the concept of University Life: attend college to further expand your Sims' future opportunities. It's definitely not original, though it does have plenty to offer fans of the series. First off, it's important to note that University Life is more than just a clone of The Sims 2 University. It still offers the same great features – dorm life, studying, scholarships, mascots, and bonfires – but it... Read Review
Make sure that you have at least one family in the Family Bin in your neiborhood. When you are in the Neiborhood View, pick one of the families in the Family Bin and highlight the house that you want to have instant cash. Merge the households like normal. When you go into the house that you merged, you will be §20,000 richer. If you want, you can move the new resident or residents out like normal. You can repeat this as much as you like to be as rich as you want!
When you go to the Create-A-Sim menu there is a room with a mirror and window, for designing your sim. In the left hand corner (beside the mirror) there is a mysterious potrait. This is Will Wright as a sim!
|Hack Grades ability||Be a Secret Society Member|
|Neat-o llama blazer||Be a Secret Society Member|
|Secret Handshake||Be a Secret Society Member|
|Use of items in Secret Society HQ||Be a Secret Society Member|
Whenever, you use your portable gaming system, after finishing playing it, a relationship point gain will appear over your head. After playing with the game many times, your Sim will even develop a crush on it. The strange part is though, no new Sims are added to your friends list.
Since those NPC's that they bring home are teens, you'll never be able to have them move in with you, but if you go to the Neighborhood screen and go to where the Sim bin is, you'll see an option that says 'Send Sims to college' under that menu is all of the teen Sim NPC's. Send them to college and play them there until they Graduate or once at college just have them drop out to send them back to the Neighborhood and in the Sim bin where you can have them move into a lot and play them there.
This works best in a dorm where there are a lot of students.Wait until your sim gets the "do assignment" want.Wait for a NPC to start doing theirs,and when they are nearly finished,issue a social command to the NPC.He/she will leave the work on the desk.click on it and finish it,but you get the points even tough it isn't your work!
|Disables some building mode tools||boolprop dormspecifictoolsdisabled true|
|Enables all building mode tools||boolprop dormspecifictoolsdisabled false|
|adds more details to the cars in the neighborhoods||boolprop carsCompact true|
|Allows you to rotate objects at a 45 Degree Angle (use < and >)||boolProp allow45DegreeAngleOfRotation true/false|
|removes the blur||intprop censorgridsize 0|
|You gain the ability to move objects you aren't supposed to. NOTE: Don't delete your sims! This gets rid of them perminently unless you don't save!||move objects on|
Open up the cheat box ( Ctrl, Shift and C) the type in sethighestallowedlevel 255.
This will make it so you can build a maximum of 255 floors.
NOTE: Some peoples games have crashed because they have built to many floors then their computer can handle. So beware.
|turns off debug mode||boolProp TestingCheatsEnabled false|
|turns on debug mode||boolProp TestingCheatsEnabled true|
|(True/False) Set to false to remove roads from neighborhood||boolprop displayNeighborhoodRoads (True/False)|
|Adds a letterbox effect to the view. (# = 0.0 to 0.4) (require postprocessing on)||letterBox #|
|Allows you to change elevation of floor tiles.||boolprop constrainFloorElevation false|
|Blurry bits at the edge of the screen. (# = 0.0 to 1.0) (require postprocessing on)||vignette # # #|
|Changes the slope angle of a roof||RoofSlopeAngle (15-75)|
|Clears all cheat codes on the screen, but codes are still in effect.||clear|
|Close console window||exit|
|Disables the ability to change elevation of floor tiles.||boolprop constrainFloorElevation true|
|Display information about indicated cheat||help (cheat command)|
|Expand or contract console window||expand|
|if set to true ALL other cheats work.||boolProp testingcheatsenabled true/false|
|In neighborhood, shows filename of house when lot is highlighted||boolprop ShowLotPackageFilename (True/False)|
|Increase game performance with some graphics glitches||Vsync|
|lets you know if theres a patch||autopatch (on/off)|
|List most cheat codes||help|
|Make Sims larger or smaller; 1.0 is normal||StretchSkeleton (number)|
|Makes the screen grainy. (# = 0.0 to 1.0) (require postprocessing on)||filmGrain #|
|Only for use in neighborhood view, toggles between the two terrain types.||TerrainType (desert/temperate)|
|Prevent Sims from aging||aging (on or off)|
|Remove all Sims; use in neighborhood view||deleteAllCharacters|
|Set to false and lots will not light up when highlighted in neighborhood||boolprop lotTerrainLighting (True/False)|
|Set to false to place floor tiles outside lot||boolprop locktiles (True/False)|
|Set to false to remove bridges from neighborhood.||boolprop displayNeighborhoodRoadsWithModel (True/False)|
|Set to false to remove floorpainting on lot||boolprop lotTerrainPaints (True/False)|
|Set to false to remove props like rocks and towers from neighborhood||boolprop displayNeighborhoodProps (True/False)|
|Set to false to remove removes water (ponds) from lots||boolprop lotWater (True/False)|
|Set to false to remove shadows on objects inside house||boolProp guob (True/False)|
|Set to false to remove water from neighborhood||boolprop displayNeighborhoodWater (True/False)|
|Set to false to removes house graphics from neighborhood||boolprop displayLotImposters (True/False)|
|Set to false to removes trees/plants from neighborhood||boolprop displayNeighborhoodFlora (True/False)|
|Set to true and blocks appear on Sims faces and on parts where Sims look at||boolprop displayLookAtBoxes (True/False)|
|Set to true and walls will no longer cut away from selected Sim||boolprop renderSelectedSimLevel (True/False)|
|Set to true to light up objects continuously instead of only when used||boolprop allObjectLightsOn (True/False)|
|Set to true to see the path where the selected Sim walks to||boolProp displayPaths (True/False)|
|Set to true to show lot information||boolprop lotInfoAdvancedMode (True/False)|
|Sitcom flashback blur effect (# = 0.0 to 1.0) (require postprocessing on)||bloom rgb #|
|Slow motion; 0 is normal, 8 is slowest||slowMotion (0-8)|
|Toggle automatic game updates||autoPatch (on or off)|
|Toggle shadows for Sims||boolProp simShadows (true or false)|
|Turn off facial DNA blending in Create A Sim||faceBlendLimits|
|Turns Postprocessing off.||boolProp enablePostProcessing false|
|Turns Postprocessing on.||boolProp enablePostProcessing true|
|Use in neighborhood screen to invite guests with a party||intProp|
|You can invite more people to your parties.||intProp maxNumOfVisitingSims #|
|You can place objects outside the grid.||boolProp snapObjectsToGrid true/false|
|You can tell what social reaction will happen before you do it||social_debug|
|Makes an existing lot a dormitory.||changelotzoning dorm|