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  • Teen love and Pregnancy

     bailey updated 1 year, 2 months ago 3 Members · 6 Posts
  • paraliving

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    August 4, 2019 at 7:28 pm
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    So i thought it would be fun and more realistic to be able to fall in love as a teen and also become pregnant as a teen since lots of people become/became pregnant at a really young age so i would love paralives to recognize that ❤🤰
    Here’s how i would want it to work

    Teen love
    Being able to flirt with teens only teen to teen no teen adult
    And being able to kiss and confess crush also maybe kind of cuddle on a couch and of course make a baby

    Pregnancy
    I would like it to be different from adult pregnancies if you have a sugestion reply in the comments and like ❤

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  • sydwil23

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    August 5, 2019 at 11:52 pm
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    I think teen pregnancy should be a thing. Teen pregnancy is popular in the Sims community. There was a lot of machinimas about it. I want teen drama in this game!

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  • rbolton

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    August 11, 2019 at 11:06 am
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    This is realistic; the only problem is the game rating. Just make it not part of the base game and add it in a dev-made “mod”

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  • bailey

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    August 13, 2019 at 4:43 pm
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    It would be nice if there could be a setting to choose whether teens can become pregnant or not. That way those who want it can have it, and those who may consider that a more touchy subject can avoid it.

    I only say this because Alex says he hopes that he can program the game so that neighbors will have lives of their own, and I’d rather not see random pregnant teen girls walking around town or have my teens befriend a pregnant teen from school or something.

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  • rbolton

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    August 14, 2019 at 12:21 pm
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    quote Bailey post_id=574 time=1565714583 user_id=164:

    It would be nice if there could be a setting to choose whether teens can become pregnant or not. That way those who want it can have it, and those who may consider that a more touchy subject can avoid it.

    I only say this because Alex says he hopes that he can program the game so that neighbors will have lives of their own, and I’d rather not see random pregnant teen girls walking around town or have my teens befriend a pregnant teen from school or something.

    Honestly, I don’t think this should be enableable or disableable. The Sims only have a few features that can be toggled via settings – in the Sims 3, which is the one I play most, they’re aging, autonomy, and story progression. While I see the merits of a system like this, it just feels too gamified.

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  • bailey

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    August 14, 2019 at 4:55 pm
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    quote RBolton post_id=576 time=1565785267 user_id=416:

    Honestly, I don’t think this should be enableable or disableable. The Sims only have a few features that can be toggled via settings – in the Sims 3, which is the one I play most, they’re aging, autonomy, and story progression. While I see the merits of a system like this, it just feels too gamified.

    I don’t see why The Sims settings matters. Paralives is an entirely different game, so I don’t think the toggled settings should matter compared to whatever the sims did. Also, it is a game. It’s a game based on life yeah, but still a game. Just me personally, but I think it’s best to provide options for people to be able to decide what they do and don’t want in their game. Of course, it’s all up to what Alex wants, but I think options are best.

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