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Aging and Death

update 27/07/2017
Note: This page is based on the first version of The Sims Mobile. This is no longer part of the latest version. Check out the changes here.

Getting old and dying is an unavoidable part of our lives. Similar to our real world, Sim is also aging and face death as time goes by. The Sims Mobile has a different approach in terms of this part of the game compared to the other franchise.

Aging and Dying in The Sims Mobile

Young Adult and adult Sim have four days until they mature; however, Elders only have two days before they retire or pass away.

Dying in the game doesn’t mean you need to face an accident or have an illness. Sim's life has a limited time period. Once the Grim Reaper starts to appear in your home and follow your Elder Sim everywhere, that’s the indication that your Elder Sim is about to pass away.

The good part of dying in The Sims Mobile is the reward that you'll receive. Retired Sim will give you Heirlooms. These will serve as a memento and these will give you advancement in the game too.

How to Avoid Aging and Death

Use Potion of Youth

You don’t need to look for the fountain of youth to achieve eternity. You can use Potion of Youth. This potion will not grant you a lifetime effect, but your Sim will gain additional 1 Day. This potion will cost you SimCash or a bunch of Tokens. You can buy this potion in the Potion Shop beside the Coffee Shop.

Plead for Life

Facing Grim Reaper is another option for you to avoid death. Grim Reaper can grant you additional days if you plead for your Sim's life; however, it will cost you 50 SimCash. This option will definitely empty your pocket.

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