There is a trick to dating in The Sims 2 that can make it a lot easier.
It was also reintroduced to The Sims 3 via Patch 22 and the Generations expansion pack, and was included in The Sims 4 base game.
One Sim can ask another to go Downtown, either in person or over the telephone.
NPCs that a player's Sim dates can now leave gifts or hate letters at the Sim's home, depending on the success of particular dates.
Some of the new NPCs include party DJs, a Gypsy Matchmaker and Vampires.
Thank you for the wait and support, you've been very kind.
This game is completely drawn in Flash with a mouse and my arthritic finger; I was hoping for sponsorship though I don't think this game is up to par and I didn't want my few fans to wait any longer.
This game is difficult and longer, so a walkthrough will be up for purchase in this week. Some parts are a little hard for people who don't put much thought into things though, specifically the riddles.
I don't particularly enjoy the fact that I got 1,080 EXP with Fantom and still couldn't date him even after buying a bikini and putting on makeup, though. A dating sim that doesn't reduce romance to cheap materialism and focus on winning a girl's affection by burning all your money and suffocating her with gifts.
If you don't mind cheating and you want your Sim to have the perfect date, read on!
The Sims 2: Nightlife is the second expansion pack for The Sims 2, which was released on September 13, 2005 (USA and Canada) and September 16, 2005 (European Union, Australia and New Zealand). The expansion pack 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 minigame which allows player to engage in their Sims' relationships in greater depth.
Sims with this aspiration crave enjoyment in many different ways, whilst they fear embarrassment.