Issue 117 Wednesday 29th August 2012

It appears the previous issue arrived days after I "sent" it, so if you missed the live broadcast mentioned in it as a result, I apologize. Normally they arrive within two or three hours, so I did not expect this to happen. It's just typical that if it did happen, it would be with an issue containing time sensitive information. You can at least watch a recording in this issue.

Latest Updates

New preview link, two new videos and eight new screenshots added to “The Sims 3 / Expansion Packs / The Sims 3 Supernatural” page

Two new preview links, seven new screenshots and new video added to “The Sims 3 / Expansion Packs / The Sims 3 Seasons” page

Latest News

New Supernatural Q&A Questions Senior Producer Kari St. John

A new Q&A with The Sims 3 Supernatural senior producer Kari St. John has been posted on

SimGuruHydra: Will children inherit the same werewolf form as their parents? Normally facial structure, hair color and eye color are passed down. Will a child’s features be a mash-up of the parents?

Kari St. John: Yes, a werewolf child of two werewolf parents will take on the genetics of those two parents, the same way a child would of two ordinary Sims parents would.

  > “The Sims 3 Supernatural Q&A” at

Find Out About Supernatural Producer’s Supernatural Sims In New Video

A new The Sims 3 Supernatural video has been released which takes an in-depth look at producer Argus Hulin’s Supernatural Sims:

New Supernatural Screenshots

I've found quite a few new The Sims 3 Supernatural screenshots since last issue -- check them out on the game page (updates of Tuesday 21st August 2012, Thursday 23rd August 2012 and Friday 24th August 2012).
 > The Sims 3 Supernatural screenshots

GamesRadar is holding a caption competition around one of the screenshots, with the winner getting copies of The Sims 3 and The Sims 3 Supernatural. You must post your caption before Friday though, so if you're going to enter, be quick!
 > “The Sims 3 – Supernatural Freaky Friday Caption Contest part 2″ at GamesRadar

Producer Explains Summer In Seasons In New Blog Entry

The Sims 3 Seasons associate producer Charles Murakami has posted a new blog entry on explaining summer:

In The Sims 3 Seasons, the temperature of the world can change over the course of the day, transitioning from a cool, brisk morning to a scorcher by noontime. If your Sim is out in the heat for too long, they’ll start to sweat and may even spontaneously combust! But don’t worry, there are plenty of ways to keep cool. Wearing swimwear, holding a parasol, eating an ice cream or just heading indoors are some of the ways you can keep your Sim from overheating.

  > “Fun in the Sun in the Summertime!” at

Gamescom Supernatural And Seasons Live Chat Now Available To Watch On-Demand

If you missed the live chat from Gamescom featuring The Sims 3 Supernatural and The Sims 3 Seasons, it is now available to watch on-demand right here. If you’re only interested in Seasons skip to about 38 minutes in.

GamesRadar Gets An Interview With Seasons Producer, Plus Exclusive Screenshots

GamesRadar has posted an interview with The Sims 3 Seasons associate producer Ryan Vaughan, focusing on spring and summer:

GR: Are there any fun new items available in the summer?

RV: One of the fun new objects in The Sims 3 Seasons is the diving board, which allows Sims to make a splash at the pool, whether plunging in with a big cannon ball or slipping into the water with an elegant swan dive. Also new for summer are pool loungers. Sims can take these into their pools or the ocean. Sims can relax on them by floating or reading a book. Additionally new fireworks have been added. These can be used year round but are especially fun for Sims to ignite during the warm summer nights. The additions include firecrackers, spinners, rockets, smoke bombs and more!

They’ve also got some exclusive new screenshots, which you can also view on the game page if you prefer.
 > “Sims 3 Seasons interview and exclusive screens” at GamesRadar
 > The Sims 3 Seasons screenshots

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