The Best (Most Horrific) Ways to Torment Your SIMS!
When you pick up The Sims: Supernatural, you're going to be subjecting your Sims to a whole new level of terror. But don't forget abnout the good old fashioned terror you used to subject them to: Torment! Here are the best ways to torment your Sims!
Remove the ladder from the pool
In no way can Sims climb out of a pool if they don't have a ladder. They'll keep swimming until they die, much like a shark. Unlike a shark, though, they'll look really pathetic and would not be able to defeat an octopus were it stupid enough to attack.
Turn them into zombies
Nothing is more horrific than becoming a zombie. And I'm talking about both using the zombification elixer in Sims Supernatural and putting them in front of a TV to rot away. Because if your Sims ever run into that one English teacher who really inspired them in high school, they're going to be disappointed either way.
Get them married and let them have children
Seriously. No fooling around with disappearing doors or monsters. Just let them get married and then realize every day that their dreams of becoming probably a painter or dancer are never going to come true. That's a kind of torment you can't ever hope to escape. The doors are still there, but they may as well not be.
Use fireworks in the house
If you want to be super cruel, cancel your Sims' home-owners insurance.
Let Sims die in their own homes
Then you'll see gravestones and urns pop up all over the ground. This torments not only the Sims real estate agent who has to move the house, but also the home's eventual new owners who will be unwittingly walking into The Sims: Amityville Horror edition.
Take out the door to the baby's room
The baby will cry, but your Sims won't be able to get in to comfort it. Social Services will be able to teleport into the room, but they can't get out. And then the baby and the Social Services workers will spend eternity in that room. And that, of course, is a recipe for madness. Eventually, the Social Serives worker's psyche will fracture and they'll create an alternate reality where they're doing something, anything that isn't listening to a stranger's baby cry in a room with no doors. Maybe their minds will even create a world where they read articles about the horrific ways to torment their Sims. Be honest, are you certain you aren't a Sims social worker listening to a stranger's baby cry in a room with no doors?