Wow, that sure was a bunch of gibberish, wasn’t it? I bet even my dog had no idea what that was all about. This Sims 4 list and how it’s made for creative folks — but let me tell you one thing: these points are pretty straightforward and simple to grasp.
The Sims series has been around for a while, and with it comes lots of content. A lot of this content is historical in nature, and gives players the chance to go back to different periods in time. One example would be the era prehistoric — with cavemen at the helm and sabertooth tigers to ride! There are stacks of other historical themes on the site, too.
1/20. Sims 4 Toddler Stone Age Bed
Whether you have a slumber party for your kids or are just looking for a fun way to get them to learn how to sleep by themselves, this cute stone toddler bed is the perfect solution. This little bed is made from stone and custom textures on the blankets, and you can even pick which textures you want your child to be sleeping on.
2/20. Sims 4 Baby Prehistoric Defaults
The Sims 4 Babies – The new life stage for your Sim family, the way it should be. In the past, babies were one of the most boring, limiting life stages in The Sims 3. They didn’t grow, they didn’t eat or play with toys, and they couldn’t do anything without a caretaker.
3/20. Sims 4 Kitchen Ancient Stuff
As you can see from this list , there’s an incredible amount of work involved in keeping our cultural heritage intact. Some of it is simple — conserving an old wood house, for instance — and other efforts are incredibly complex . But the one thing that all these jobs have in common? They need to be done by someone, and it could be you.
You’re going to love this new pot! It’s perfect for any corner of your home, with a variety of really fun and appropriate swatches to choose from — including the Zelda one. Trust me; you’re sure to bring pure joy to both yourself and your friends. This pot is also really durable, so it won’t crumble into dust like other, less impressive ceramic pots.
4/20. Sims 4 Bed Stone Age
If you’re like me, when you get home from a long day at work, the last thing you think about is cleaning. The kitchen! You remember you had one of those three-in-one drinks out and it was pretty gross… so sleepy heads, meet Stone Slab. It’s simply the best way to clean your dirty kitchen surfaces, without putting in any work.
5/20. Sims 4 Body Scars Shark Fight
Scars are very popular right now, and you’ll have your pick of a variety of options when picking up this new feature pack. Does your Sim have (or aspire to have) many scars? This is the pack for you!
If you find yourself in need of a quick shelter, try out these premade Lean-tos from modder ‘Bluesea’! They’re easy to use and will catch your eye for their unique designs. Maybe you’ll use it for camping purposes — or maybe you’ll roleplay and use it for its intended purpose: Shark fights!
6/20. Sims 4 Prehistoric Dinosaur and Hut Bones
Yes, this is the last item on my list. And do you even need this at all? I don’t know. Do you need any of the other things on my list? Like, the water or the food or the sweet steak dinner or the big X-box with all the games? Ugh, no, I don’t think so. Nobody really needs those things. People just want them because their friends have them and they’re jealous.
And you’re right — it will be fun to have a few dinosaurs hanging around with the Sims, even if they won’t be able to live there. This new content will also help The Sims Game feel more natural and rugged. There is, in fact, a new hut that looks like it was patched together from scrap lumber and tusks, and comes 8 different variations.
7/20. Sims 4 Underlay Sleeping
In Skyrim, you are able to sleep out in the wilderness as a way to regenerate your health. Though the feature was not included in the actual game, there is an official mod that adds this function for all gamers.
There’s no denying that air mattresses, those inflatable beds you’ve seen at the campsite and in the dorm room, are pretty cool — but they’re not all that great on your back. What if we told you there was a better alternative to air mattresses? What if there was something out there that made a superior bedding choice?
8/20. Sims 4 Stuff Stone Age
This is the cutest set of cradle ever. It follows all the motherly rules at making a baby happy, in every stage of its life. I’m going to have to get my hands on this.
This is a great way to give your little ones more options while still playing with the base game’s features. They can still make their own toys, build their motor skills, and have fun with the rest of what the base game offers – all in this pack! Just be careful with those sticks and twigs not to poke your eye out!
9/20. Sims 4 Cave Prehistoric
This cave structure is the perfect size to fit the whole family comfortably. No more arguments over the last of the popcorn! The cave is a time-tested structure that’s safe, effective and can be built by anyone with a couple piles of rocks. If you’ve been looking for a great deal on shelter, look no further than this Affordable Cave House.
Here’s a game your Sims won’t soon forget: Camping! And with this tent right here, they’ll be camping like it’s the Second World War. Or a pre-historic time. No matter what age your Sims are living in, they’re going to love setting up camp with this tent and sleeping on the ground like cavemen. Well, maybe they’ll sleep better than cavemen.
10/20. Sims 4 Prehistoric Outfits Winter Fur
Not many of us would make it through the day if we lived in prehistoric times. The clans were constantly at war over finite resources, and clothing was scarce. Fortunately, designers at Black Skeleton Gaming have created a retro-futuristic collection of headdresses, body wraps, and stylish jackets and trousers inspired by primitive outfits.
11/20. Sims 4 Bathroom Stone Age
The builders at The Sims Resource have released their latest creations to help you bring a touch of modernity to your Stone Age game. This set comes with a matching sink, toilet and stone bathtub. These fixtures might not be that useful for your caveman characters, but they’re important for sims to have a decent quality of life.
12/20. Sims 4 Grass Wild Toilet
Introducing the world’s first “bathroom bush” (alternatively known as a toilet bush). It solves all your bathroom problems. Literally. No, really! You don’t even have to build a bathroom around it; it’s small, discreet, and bizarre enough that prehistoric sims will be glad they’re living in the present day. And yes, your sims can pee on it, but only if they’re a cat.
13/20. Sims 4 Lean To Prehistoric
The lean-to is a survival trick that lets you rest up for better survival. It’s a good way to use what you can find around you –especially in the wild— to craft your own shelter. A good way to lean against something while resting!
The creator should really have put more thought into the design! Each island has a unique animal print theme. In Oasis Springs, there are leopard and cheetah prints. Brindleton Bay features bear and wolf prints.
14/20. Sims 4 Prehistoric Cold Stone Killers Weapons Clutter
We’ve all experienced that time in our lives when we just don’t have the spare time to cook a delicious meal. This game is unlike any other — it’s a full-scale simulation of what you would have had to do in the stone age to keep your family fed. You can choose to play as either the husband or wife and manage how the family spends their day.
15/20. Sims 4 Rock Prehistoric Shelter
Travelling to a far away land seems like such an exciting adventure, but going on holiday is also a lot of hard work. Before you leave, you have to plan for everything and ensure that every detail about your trip is ironed out. You need to book the best hotels in your destination city, research what there is to do around the area, and then begin the nerve-wracking process of organising visas and buying flight tickets.
16/20. Sims 4 Before Time Land Set
Whether it’s a prehistoric family you’re looking to bring to life, or a little Tuesday dinner with friends, the kitchen is a must. With the TLC22635 Stone Table Set , you can party like it’s 100,000 B.C.! The set includes multiple stone items — namely the table, sink and grill — which will provide plenty of seating options for your hungry trio. You’ll never have to worry about buying groceries again!
17/20. Sims 4 Natural Rock Wall
Okay, so maybe I’m really obsessed with The Sims. But that just means that this friendly rewrite is all you need to know to build an authentic looking cave home for your Sims!
Remember those rocky textures I showed you last week? Well, they’re done. If you’re keen, I’ll send over some pictures. But let me tell you something: they look pretty cool. They were washed out by water millions of years ago and they’re ready for carvings, art, or just rough use in your game.
18/20. Sims 4 Set of Prehistoric Clothing
If you’re thinking of immersing yourself in a long-term prehistoric Sim play-through, you better start thinking about your Sims’ fashion now. When you’re in the Stone Age, there are no Zara or Topshop stores to run over to — and even if there were, the fashion that would be available wouldn’t be very ‘outdoorsy’.
This set comes with plenty of clothing for your cave-people. There are cross tops, dresses, gowns, and bottoms, all in vibrant animal print swatches. In addition to the clothing, there’s towels and full-length robes too.
19/20. Sims 4 Loin Cloth
Prehistoric folks valued comfort, and so did the folks of the pre-A/C era. A loin cloth or breech cloth was an undergarment worn by men in the Middle Ages and Colonial America, although it has fallen out of style. Such a garment is known as a “dickie” in modern times. The loin cloth dates back to ancient Greece and was considered a fashionable piece of clothing up until the 18th century.
20/20. Sims 4 Drying Prehistoric Rack
Drying linens over a wooden frame sure makes you feel at home. Your home, that is! This 3D-printable wooden drying rack is modeled after the primitive clotheslines from long ago — but in modern, present day America. It’s also a great way to get everyone excited about washing dishes by hand, enjoyably!