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- Developer: Last Day Of Work
- Publisher: Last Day Of Work
- Genre: Simulation Virtual
- Release Date: Dec 6, 2012
- ESRB: Not Set
Question & Answers
Grown up, bossy kids
When my kid boys and girls reach 15 or 16, they start acting like the parents. Calling the kids to eat, calling them to brush their teeth, sleeping in the big bed and the parents sleeping in chairs and sofa, one even sent me a message about "working too hard and not being good at her job"! She was only 17. I don't know, maybe she got a job after "school" or something. By the time they're 18, I can't wait for them to leave for college. It's confusing when the kids look like the parents when they grow up. Does anyone else have this problem? Is there something I should do or is this just part of the game?
Answer from: RainbowUnicornx
Maybe its a sign that they are growing up to be mature adults. Maybe if you start a new generation they might get a good job for being professional. I know my 18 year old kid "Zest" is telling his little bro to brush his teeth and calling to eat
Answer from: Cupcake
Yes i agree its just a sign of them growing up hey my kid is called zest to
Answer from: Films
It's part of the game, once after age 15 they will start telling children to to stuff, and once 18 they will not do child actions anymore.
Answer from: Monni
Yes it is part of the game it happen with akesse
Answer from: Vf2er
This is normal. Happens to all children when they turn 14. There is nothing you can do about it and the job thing is not a big deal, it just supposed to make the game realistic. I actually find it helpful that my three teenage girls can help "the little ones" while the parents re resting,eating, etc. Your peep will leave for college at nineteen but you won't see it on his or her profile you will just gy a notification saying they have left for college. HIH because there isn't anything else you can really do:)
Answer from: Nanadoi2
It's sometimes helpful because children over 14 help the ones that are smaller. While the parents work really hard into earning money, I get my older children prepare meals then call the children to eat, then make them brush their teeth. Also older kids help with a variety of chores, they are like adults but they can still play with toys and they cant have a job yet. My oldest kid, Bengico played with toys until he went for college but he was responsible about his yougner siblings too.