Virtual Families 2: Our Dream House Answers for iPhone - iPodHome / iPhone - iPod / All Questions /
Game Questions & Answers (Q&A) service lets you ask questions about video games for game consoles or PC games. So ask your Virtual Families 2: Our Dream House question for iPhone - iPod and get answers from real gamers or answer questions and share your insights and experience with the rest of the gaming community. Note: This apple iPhone game app may also be compatible with the game app for apple iPad.
Question & Answers
How do u get a child to become a carpenter?
I really want free rooms. How do u get a child to become a carpenter? I only need 2 more rooms I think.
Answer from: Awesome Sauce!!
I guess u can try getting him to play in the workroom
Answer from: Upgrade me
Your children cannot have jobs. The parents can! Just click on the image of one of the parents when you select them and choose upgrade me. Children will be too young. An 18 year old might be old enough though!
Answer from: VirtualPenguin
I think that he means when they grow up
Answer from: kaity10101
Just let them play in the work shop and even if you dont have a lil' person that works in there get the upgrades the children will have more stuff to play with! hopes this helps hun!
Answer from: Zelda
Unfortunately, you can't make them be a carpenter unless a miracle happens. Sorry,:"( The best you can do is search for one on the certification for family members.
Answer from: PNut03
FYI virtual penguin: Im a girl. And yes I did mean when they grow up. Anyway, thanks to everyone who posted answers.
Answer from: Kelli101
It's completely made up (the carpenter, builder or actitect & free rooms) some one made it up and is spreading the false information around. There is no way to get free rooms, everyone has to pay for them. Hope that helps!
Answer from: Star
The architect is real, but for some reason they work in the office. They don't renovate rooms either.
Answer from: RealAshleeHoran
Playing in the workshop boosts the childs intrest in being a carpenter. I find it works best with boys.
Answer from: kittykat216
I had a carpenter but he never gave me free rooms
Answer from: Bubbles<3
Encourage your child to play in the workshop! Praise him for it too. He will do it more often and become interested in becoming a carpenter. I am trying to that with my son too! Hope it helped!
Posted on: 03-07-2014
View All Videos