This expansion serves as the inspiration for an expansion pack for The Sims 3, called The Sims 3: Late Night.
Nightlife centers on the new Downtown area, which has various activities, such as bowling, karaoke, dining and dancing, as well as a photo booth, and includes a dating mini-game which allows the player to engage in their Sim's relationships in greater depth.
You can have as many or as few in the set as you want.
One Sim can ask another to go Downtown, either in person or over the telephone.
A Sim who is already Downtown can approach another Sim and say "Let's Date" or "Let's Hang Out".
But then I thought up this to try and it's turned out to be pretty fun, with some sometimes funny results, so I thought I'd write it up for the rest of you to take a shot at.
Anyway, the concept for this challenge is pretty simple - you start off with a set of bachelors and/or bachelorettes, and you have to get all of them married off. you see, you have to use the Gypsy Matchmaker to find them their mate. Setting Up1) Decide on your set of bachelors and/or bachelorettes.
The Sims 2 was released last year, and the first expansion, The Sims 2 University, was released earlier this year.
Nightlife is being aimed for release this fall, which is probably fitting since there will be some new paranormal gameplay added to the main game, just in time for Halloween.Whenever we have questions about The Sims, we know we can usually throw them to senior producer Tim La Tourneau, who has overseen almost all The Sim PC games to date.We recently asked Tim for more details regarding Nightlife, and he was kind enough to oblige us.If the past is any indication, The Sims 2: Nightlife is but the second in what will most likely be a long line of popular expansions for The Sims 2.After all, the first The Sims sold millions of copies, and its eight expansion packs added millions more.After all, wouldn't the existing romance aspiration cover the social aspects of Nightlife?