The Sims 3:
Generations adds new events for every stage of life. Have
more fun than ever as a child, rebel against authority and go to prom as a
teen, face a mid-life crisis in adulthood, and enjoy your twilight years with a
twirling cane when you’re an elder!
Rebellions: Moody teens will want to skip school, stay out after curfew,
and pull pranks. Look out!
Crises: Adult Sims may go through mid-life crises that cause them to act
out in strange ways.
Upon reaching young adulthood, Sims will celebrate the end of school with a
Teens can now be taught to drive by adults. They can’t drive on their own until
they max out the driving skill.
Child Sims can take ballet or scouting classes after school, and learn new
moves as they raise their skill levels.
Hopscotch courts are now available to add to your Sims’ home, so raise your
Nurturing Sims love being around babies and children, and helping them grow up.
Rebellious Sims are more prone to acting out, especially during their teen
Friend: A hidden trait of imaginary friends. It can be passed on to
Another hidden trait found in unmotivated Sims.
Profession: You can run a daycare out of your own home as your 9-to-5!
Parents will drop off their toddlers and children. Spend your days changing
diapers and helping with homework.
School: Tired of your kids and teens? Send them to boarding school. They’ll
write home from time to time and gain skills related to their school.
Trips: Your school-age Sims might go on field trips, with your permission.
Go on dates with your crush, or WooHoo in the
shower or tree house.
system: Memories can be tracked in a scrapbook and shared online.
Activities: Give your kids and teens something to do after school. They’ll
be out of your hair and gain new skills!
Parties: Prom, bachelor/bachelorette parties, teen house parties, sleepover
parties, and giant wedding bashes!
Friend: Toddler Sims can gain imaginary friends that will grow with them
into childhood, teen years, and adulthood.
New home items, hairstyles, clothing, moodlets,
social interactions, and lifetime wishes.