The last time I played Sims 3, it took forever to load and save the game. I’m not sure how many mods I had installed, but I want to make it run as quickly as possible. So I’m trying to keep the mods and custom content to a minimum, just the bare necesseties, to keep the game from going crazy. Here are my mods:
Base Game Mods:
These mods address issues in the Base Game:
Rick’s No Intro: To stop that darned video!
Ella Charmed’s No Maxis Logo: Again, to make that logo go-go.
Velocitygrass’s No or Fewer Memories: I do not need to remember every dish my Sims clean!
These mods released by Twallan are like AwesomeMod, only customizable:
Animator: Helps me set the Sims in curious poses.
Dreamer: Makes sure unlocked Wishes get rewarded.
ErrorTrap: Helps prevent save file corruption.
GoHere: Lets Sims queue up multiple actions after a “Go Here” command.
HomeOpener: Lets me see inside a house to figure out if Sims are home.
MasterController: Does a lot of things that I don’t understand. I might remove it later.
NoCD: Lets me run a game without the disc in the drive.
OnceRead: Sims will try and read new books instead of rereading old ones.
OverWatch: General maintenance tasks, removes cars or unsticks stuck Sims.
PortraitPanel: Allows for 24 portraits. (Does this mean 24 Sims to control!??)
Register: Sims can be Tattoo Artists and still have a job.
Saver: Reminds me to save the game every now and then.
Story Progression: Fixes EAxis coding to make more sense. I had to disable some pieces because it kept telling me every single time a Sim gained a skill or got a promotion.
Tempest: Alters weather systems. (Seasons only)
WrittenWord: Any books my Sims write are available in the bookstore.