The Sims 3 PS3 Cheats
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The Sims 3 PS3 hints.
Once your family is in a house or location, pause the game, hold L1 + L2 + R1 + R2, and it will say that Spoot is now
available under "Decor Miscellaneous". Place him on your lot, and all cheats will become available. Note: Using cheats
will disable challenges and trophies. However, you will be given the option to save your neighborhood before enabling
cheats so you can resume the game later without cheats enabled.
Start writing novels on your computer. Write fiction novels as they take the least amount of time. They will not
bring you too much Simoleons. When you write, your skill will automatically advance. If your skill is high enough,
you will be able to write more novel types/genres. The most money can be made from "Romance Novels". You will get
royalties for six weeks once you finish a book. With the "Writing" skill maxed out, you can make approximately
40,000 Simoleons every week, which is more than the 34,800 Simoleons you can get by purchasing all neighborhood
businesses, and takes less time to achieve. In three game weeks you should have a very high speed writing, 9 or 10
novels as best sellers, and 100,000 Simoleons.
No matter how many times you use an object, if you sell it the same day you got it you can get all your money
back. If your Sim is poor and needs body points or something else, buy a body machine and keep selling it back
to get a refund of all your money.
Easy Cooking, Fishing, and Gardening skills:-
This trick requires a TV with a Cooking, Fishing, or Gardening channel and a video game system. Have a Sim
sit down and watch television. Switch the TV over to one of the previously mentioned channels so that the
Sim can start earning his or her skill point. Then, have a second Sim go over and start playing video games.
Notice that although the TV is displaying video games, the first Sim still has the skill meter above their
head. Allow this Sim to sit there for as long as they please until they decide to do another activity of
their own. After that, the skill meter should stay above their head until you start another Cooking, Fishing,
or Gardening skill activity. As an added bonus, you can train two skill points at once. For example, work
out and both the Athletic and Cooking skills will continue to rise. If you keep repeating the steps until
each skill channel has been viewed, the Sim will keep learning the three skills as he or she goes on about
their daily life, and four when doing skill activities.
Free bookcase skills:-
Buy a bookcase, then have your Sim begin to study. Interrupt the action so that the book is placed on the
ground. Sell the bookcase. The book can now do everything the bookcase could have done for free.
Increasing chance to have baby boys:-
Have a pregnant female Sim eat apples to increase the chance of having a boy.
Increasing chance to have baby girls:-
Have a pregnant female Sim eat watermelons to increase the chance of having a girl.
Increasing chance for multiple babies:-
To increase the chance of having twins or triplets, have one or both parents have the lifetime
reward of Fertility Treatment.
Set one of your female Sim's traits to Kleptomaniac. Go to the graveyard, and have the Sim steal male remains.
On the second day after putting the male remains in your home, a ghost will appear at 11:00 p.m. and disappear
at 4:00 a.m. It will appear every other day. Socialize with the ghost every night it appears. When you become
best friends with the ghost, it will begin appearing every night. Get the "Fertility" reward. Confess your
attraction to the ghost. Ask to snuggle on the bed, and kiss him. Try for a baby every night until you start
throwing up. You will now have a ghost baby that you can control.
Ghosts in your house:-
Go to the graveyard, click on all the tombstones, and take all possible tombstones. Return to your house,
and place them somewhere in your backyard. You now have a 70% chance of a ghost or two, or even a whole
party of ghosts visiting your house each night. To improve your chances, write in the epitaph "Here Lies
[Sim's name], The One Who Returns".
Buy a guitar. Play it to learn how to play guitar. Keep playing until you reach 5/10 level, which gives you
the ability to "Play For Tips". When you have that ability, go to the park with the guitar in your inventory.
When you are in the park, click the guitar in your inventory, and select "Play For Tips". People watching
you will become your friends if you keep playing. The higher your guitar skill, the faster they will become
friends with you.
Instead of using a cheat code to toggle "aging on" and "aging off" like in The Sims 2, you can de activate
the age in "Game Options" under "Options". When you uncheck the box next to "Aging", your Sims will no longer
become older. You can also slow aging down in this menu by setting the "Lifetime" bar. It can be set from 25
days to 960 days.
Quickly advance age:-
Use the following trick to change your Sim's age (toddler, child, teen, etc.) quickly. Buy a birthday cake
from the grocery store, and place it somewhere on your lot. Click the cake, and select "Have Birthday". Then,
choose the Sim to be aged. This is a good method to get past the baby stage.
Go to Pleasant Rest Graveyard. Near the gate is a bush called "Death Flower Bush". Harvest the flower from it,
and keep it in your Sim's inventory. If you die, that Sim will give the flower to the Grim Reaper and be
resurrected. Although the flower will not reappear there again, if your Sim has Level 7 Gardening, they can
plant the "Unknown Special Seeds" found in the graveyard and some other places that have a chance to grow
as a Death Flower. Note: Having the Green Thumb trait to revive the plant may help.
Changing your name:-
To easily change your name, go to the map, and find City Hall. It should give you an option to change your
name during the day between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
To get new clothes, you first have to buy a dresser from "Buy Options". Once there, click "Plan Outfit".
You can put a total of three different clothes for each type (formal, every day, athletic, etc.).