This book consists of articles from Wikia. Pages: 53. Chapters: Building Themes, Images of architectural objects, Images of objects, Lot mechanics, Object and architecture stubs, Basement, Base camp, Beach, Build mode, Ceiling, Column, Create a Style, Door, Driveway, Fence, Floor, Foundation, List of build cheats, Lot, Medieval, Nectary, Park, Penthouse, Pond, Pool lot, Renovation mode, Roof, Shell, Skyscraper, Staircase, Swimming pool, Tomb, Wall, Medieval, Alien, Aquarium, Archery ranges, Career rewards, Fireplace, Imaginary Friend, Inventing, Mummy, Mysterious Mr. Gnome, Band venue, Barrier rope, Dig site, Fishing spawner, Lot assignment, Rabbit hole, Tomb object, Bed, Bubble bar, Eyes of Horus, Goth style, LoFi Audio, Magic charms, McLeod's Chandelier of Loneliness, Medieval, Miner, Murphy bed, One Man's Junk Car, Pantry, Pirate ship, Plasma, Shuffleboard, Spinning Wheel, Tattoo chair, Toy box, Wall. Excerpt: Basements are underground floors that can be built underneath some buildings in The Sims 2 and The Sims 3. Basements were originally created using the foundation tool, and were sometimes difficult to create until a patch was released for The Sims 3, which added the Basement tool into the Build Mode; this tool was also included in The Sims 3: World Adventures, and can be used to create tombs. Basements are not possible in The Sims as foundations are not available in the game. Basements in The Sims 2 and un-patched versions of The Sims 3 base game are created by placing an area of foundation that is hollow in the center, then lowering the terrain inside the hollowed-out foundation so that the area in the basement is the equal height of a typical floor, thus making the basement a fully usable space accessible by Sims (assuming that the Sims have a means to reach the basement, such as by stairs or elevator). Pre-existing buildings that do not rest on a foundation can not have basements added to them, though basements can be added to pre-existing buildings t...This book consists of articles from Wikia.
|Title||:||The Sims - Architecture|
|Publisher||:||Books LLC, Wiki Series - 2011-11-05|