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1  TS2: Burnination / The Podium / Re: The "Where Can I Find This CC?" Thread - Because you fail at Google on: 2010 September 17, 11:23:35
No, because while evil toys are hilarious, failed snapdragons are simply bad, and tend to result in the creator being found dead in a pool of its own piss.
And that's not hilarious in its own right?

Indeed - how is that bad?
2  TS2: Burnination / The Podium / Re: The "Where Can I Find This CC?" Thread - Because you fail at Google on: 2010 September 16, 06:56:50
Is there a hack that allows crafting evil snapdragons only? Something like that "Evil Sims make evil toys" thingy?
3  TS2: Burnination / The Podium / Re: Apocalypse! How many are left? on: 2009 July 12, 08:40:44
Back to 2 after getting completely fed with voodoo crashing of 3. 2 feels quite boring now....but at least it's bloody stable.
4  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: Rummaging in front of the neighbors -- why don't they care? on: 2009 June 30, 08:09:58
Funny. My rummagers always get interrupted and insulted if noticed, and not just by trashbin's owner.  I eventually moved all activities into the night shift.
5  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: Patch released. on: 2009 June 29, 09:41:48
Next AwesomeMod will include specialized, fine-tuned no-nudity-censor controls.

Fine-overtuned, if I may say. I don't want the censor off because I want to peep at dangly bits of digital people, I just want that stupid distracting pixelation off my screen. I don't mind if it shows them crapping through their pants. I hope that anticensor mod from MTS works along with new patch.
6  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: Share pix / vidz of THE HORROR here on: 2009 June 17, 22:19:19


You'd think sense of humor should help him to hold on his sanity, but apparently it's not enough in his line of work.



"Hey Grim, you so fine, Grim!" Too bad he vanished before she could use the pick up line on him. Maybe on their next meeting.
7  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: What, in Heaven's name, is up with traits?! Scary Pic included on: 2009 June 16, 10:27:35
I don't know how you people even tell ugly from pretty in TS3, because they all fucking look the same. Some of the default families do have a few distinctive specimen, and yet, adult Mortimer Goth looks a lot like that bitchy kid-hating guy who lives in the posh mansion on the seaside.  It's really hard to breed the bastards when a daughter is almost exact copy of a mother.
8  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Elder forgotten by Grim Reaper on: 2009 June 14, 17:38:03
I have a geezer who is currently 121 days old. Is that a bug or just some really lucky genes? Never used ambrosia, no fitness perks.

Another elder-related curiosity probably has something to do with parthenogenesis off in Awesomemod. The said geezer has a work buddy, also an elder, who on the moment of Awesomemod installation was a floating head -- as I understand, ready to replicate. After installation he sort of disappeared -- he doesn't live anywhere anymore, he doesn't come in when invited (chatting on phone is OK though). But he's still on the friend list, and still a floating head after no less than 20 days.
9  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: Objects I miss on: 2009 June 11, 10:35:48
I miss the green glow milk, because unjustifiably much more time has to be wasted on larvae now. The little buggers themselves, well, they were annoying in Sims 2, they are annoying and  has longer life stage in Sims 3.

Oh, and genetics. The main reason why I'm certainly back to 2 as soon as I beat 3 -- legacy style is not for me, it appears. Lemme go back to my breeder ways.
10  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: The Good, the Bad, and the Randomly @Toaded on: 2009 June 06, 10:24:00
Does anyone else get the criminal career broken if a superspy sim raids the warehouse? I remember someone mentioning that, wonder if it's random borkage or if it's always like that.

Amusing fact of the day: my sim was reading the "Zombies? Zombies!" book when he got the message about his townie girlfriend spawning his son, whom she named Brain.
11  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / World of Puddings / Re: SimRhayden: TS3 Pudding Edition on: 2009 June 04, 13:44:52
Heh. I was so certain you were a girl.
12  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / Facts & Strategery / Re: Traits Cheat Sheet - Work in Progress on: 2009 June 04, 07:04:02
My lucky Sim with no science or intelligence related perks keeps finding stars whenever she deems to use telescope. There was a couple of hours that brought her 4, and other Sims would gape through the scope every night for a week and only harvest some satellites and a star if they're lucky. Can someone test it on their lucky Sims?

Genius Sim heads to the bookshelf any time he's left unsupervised and gets much fun from reading though he doesn't have Bookworm perk. His father does, though.

13  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: The Good, the Bad, and the Randomly @Toaded on: 2009 June 03, 08:51:47
On the plus side, we congratulate you for picking a most appropriate username.
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=basura

I didn't pick it because it was an urban word, I did it because it means trash in Spanish (my native language.)

Oh dear. You so cute.  Grin
14  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / . on: 2009 June 02, 06:47:37
Update your drivers, they say. Riiiiight. Did just that -- y hallo thar, artifacts! Toying with options didn't help, neither did simpler tweaks of ATI Tray Tools (by the by: if your card is ATI and you use Catalyst - don't. Kill that memory hogging garbage and get tiny yet powerful ATI Tray Tools).

What solved the problem were alternative Omega drivers. No artifacts, and the game has yet to crash (before, two trips to CAS screen was a guaranteed crash).
15  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: revive sim that already have a tombstone? on: 2009 June 01, 14:13:13
Ambrosia simply resets the Days Before Aging timer for the Sim that eats it, and as far as I know does not actually revive any ghost Sim. What are your sources? Where did you hear this thing that sounds a lot like a fallacy?

I can confirm - it does revive a ghost.
16  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: THE HORROR: The REAL TS3 Scoop As It Unfolds on: 2009 June 01, 09:14:52
"Non-athletic" is a key word here. It's no big deal to drop a sim into the shower once or twice per day. Ones who would benefit the most from it are precisely sport freaks and constant gardeners - for whom, ironically, the perk does not work at all.
17  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: THE HORROR: The REAL TS3 Scoop As It Unfolds on: 2009 June 01, 08:20:27
Hit my first bug, seemingly harmless -- the sim hit teen years and  his pop's icons everywhere now shows him as a kid. Sometimes it reverts back, but just for a short time. Looks like visual annoyance, because the game treats him as an adult, but -- not sure if it's connected -- opportunities completely stopped coming for him.

Also, Marathon Runner achievement is a waste of space. The guy with it dutifully kicked the bucket on his 90th day, but his sister with no skill lived well into her 95th. Haven't noticed any benefits from Dirt Defiant perk either.
 
18  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: Important notice from the GRAMMAR POLICE. Plz read. This means you. on: 2009 May 29, 13:08:49
Because everytime you call me a name or tedious etc. etc, you really are also describing yourselves.

"No U!" as an argument? Rly?  Grin

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Why can't anyone have a calm and mature conversation without all sorts thrown in?

Mature conversation with someone who uses "No U!" as an argument? Rly?  Grin
19  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: Important notice from the GRAMMAR POLICE. Plz read. This means you. on: 2009 May 29, 12:54:53
Miss SquiggleNicetyniceySquiggle, you're getting incoherent on top of tedious. And, well, if you don't like it here, why won't you just go and find somewhere you'll belong? In fact, I know just the place you could fit in.
20  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: Important notice from the GRAMMAR POLICE. Plz read. This means you. on: 2009 May 29, 12:35:37
SC, you obviously didn't bother to read much of this forum, did you? Else you'd know it doesn't do polite...if by 'polite' you mean "treacly false welcome topped with passive-aggressive requests and iced with fake smileys when what you really want is to kick those annoying buggers to hell". Your comparison is stupid, because one's own kid <>random annoying douche on the 'net. As for it "doesn't matter if 'their' or 'there'", well...it's good you're in animal edumacation, not people. Although I bet puppies trained by you pee everywhere and on everything, what with your attitude.

P.S.: Oh, I just now noticed your sig is bracketed with ~s. This makes anything you say null and void by default.
21  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: THE HORROR: The REAL TS3 Scoop As It Unfolds on: 2009 May 27, 08:42:25
The finds are apparently random, I found pink diamond in a dustbin, for instance.
22  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: THE HORROR: The REAL TS3 Scoop As It Unfolds on: 2009 May 26, 10:07:11
Is there an option to auto-move family's belongings when changing houses? My lil' pixels finally can afford something better than a huge shoebox with a roof (god I hate building houses!), but when I think about draging-and-dropping the gazillion of plants, the shoebox starts to look not that bad.

As for report writing -- dumpster-dive until you get a message that you found some stuff on a sim who lives in that lot, then there's option to write a report on the computer. Dumpster-diving is way more interesting than questioning, people throw away funny stuff like uranium ore.
23  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: THE HORROR: The REAL TS3 Scoop As It Unfolds on: 2009 May 23, 15:48:40
I certainly hope that EA bosses indeed believe they lost 9M$ and are developing bitter, bitter ulcers while mourning. Mwahahaha.

As for the game, had a couple of crashes to desktop, not sure if it's the video card (ATI Radeon X1950 Pro). Might be because of low RAM+virtual memory or low free disk space.

Anyone figured yet if it's possible to split up married townies? My golddigger can't find any single geezer!  Angry Oh, and playing evil character is a hoot. Unlike her nicey silly sleeps-with-teddy brother, Evil Neurotic Snob is always in high spirits. What is not really surprising, when you think about it -- in Simland, there are enough daily misfortunes to feed one's shadenfreude.
24  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: TS3 L&P on: 2009 February 03, 16:31:49
It's a turn based game.  It's not that hard to play with a keyboard.  The big dragon will wait patiently for it's turn to come up after you've told your characters to hit it with their swords.

I've only played a couple of mouseless minutes. There was my avatar on some train, literally on, then some dudes popped up out of nowhere and started bashing the pixel guy, I couldn't find a key combination that would hit them, plus maneuvring when you can only move on two axes (as in plural for 'axis'. Not stereotypical dwarfish cutlery) is kind of tricky, plus no pause, plus truly horrifying music...so it was enough for me to decide that maybe the fabled plot wasn't really worth it.
25  TS3/TSM: The Pudding / The World Of Pudding / Re: TS3 L&P on: 2009 February 02, 13:56:36
It's a console game. Why would it use a mouse at all?

I have no idea how  console controller works, but those few console-to-PC games I played did have mouse control, hence it is technically possible to make a mouse-enabled adaptation...unless that FF7 is a Dosbox type console emulation thingy rather than standalone product.
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