About a week ago, we had a friend over for the evening. Naturally, we booted up Diablo 3—it’s one of the few games we have that allows for three players.
Because Shane and I had already reached level 70 with our seasonal characters, we decided to create new characters so all three of us could play evenly. We had a bad experience trying to level up his first demon hunter with Artemis, because the thorn damage would literally cause a level-one character to explode.
Heads up: In the words of the Mega-Reverend John Oliver, I’m not getting paid to say this. I’m just a fan.
Many of my readers and Instagram followers have been asking me about how to do things like set up successful blogs and accounts lately.
As you may or may not know, blogs and social media are things that I do both on my own time and at my full-time job. Which means that I usually spend a lot of time coming up with systems that can make my life as easy as possible.
Lately, I’ve been getting back into the Sims 4. It’s been about a year since I played with my virtual family, made up of an incredibly ginger me and two randoms. So, instead of picking up where I left off, I decided to start fresh.
Which of course meant I needed a new house.
I recently picked up a few of the older expansions for my game, City Living and Cats and Dogs. And with so many new housing items and possibilities, I wanted to try something I hadn’t really before: I wanted to build my own house from scratch. Continue reading “Building Hacks for the Sims 4”→