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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
Rooms: What Do With Them
I have fully renovated the house and I need some ideas for rooms, please add on in the comments: Office: Office, Kitchen: Kitchen, Workshop: Workshop, West Auxilarily Room: Kids Room (the one attached to Bathroom 1), Bathroom 1 & 2: Bathroms, West Room: PLEASE TELL ME WHAT I SHOULD USE IT AS (The West Room is the cheapest), Bedroom 1: Kids Room, Bedroom 2: Kids Room, Large Central Room: Parents Bedroom, Small Central Room: PLEASE TELL ME IN COMMENTS, Large North Room: Living Room. Please tell me what I should use the rooms for or if I should swap them around. I would personally like the advice of people who have been playing for a long time (eg Awesome Sauce!) but anybody is fine. Thanks!
Answer from: cupcake132
I would use the west room for the parents room, the huge room for a living room, and the room next to the huge room for a dining room.
Answer from: realslimshady
U could make some rooms into a game room for the kids and put their toys in it and a tv and/or a pinball machine. for anything else u could just make one like a casual living room and put tvs, sofas a piano a radio etc. not a very good answer but yeah anyway! think what u would like in ur own house lol! hope this helped a bit! :)
Answer from: Awesome Sauce!!
Small central room can be a living room west axaliray can be parents room thanks for mentioning me love to be reconized!
Answer from: jjthebunny
Use the west room as a dining room and the small central room as a play room for the kids!
Answer from: Cheats
I turned the central room into a home theater. (flat screens, beanbag chairs) and the front deck into an outdoor fun room. (bubble makers, BBQ, pool) Hope I helped! :)
Answer from: Ang
1. My small central room is a play room with toys, drawing table, etc.
2. The room to the far left (not the auxiliary room) is my girls room.
3. The green room on the far right is the boys room.
4. The blue room next to the 2nd bathroom is my master bedroom.
5. The other small central room near the blue room is our excercise room.
6. The largest room near the back deck is the living room that's in 2 sections: one side has a bookcase, love seat, beanbag chair & lamp, the other side has a plush couch, coffee table, large rug & tv.
7. I also have a few plants around the house to fill in the empty spaces & make it look homey.
8. The auxiliary room is the laundry room with washer/dryer, drying rack, ironing bored, & small storage cabinet.
Answer from: Alabama love
West room as a decerative spare bedroom
Answer from: AJ
I use my green room for the parent bed room, the west auxiliary room as a laundry room the 600 dollar one is a game room the blue room is the kids room HIH
Answer from: Nanadoi2
So I'm on my 4th generation, the mother is Kristy, a 27 year old. She adopted two sons, Lux and Tech because she seemed to get bad proposals. Now, the rooms are: The west room(not auxiliary) is the parents' bedroom. It had a heart-shaped bed, a few posters, a wall clock, a red beanbag chair, a loveseat sofa and an old TV. The large central room(between parents' room and green bedroom) is the girls' bedroom. There is a pink single bed you unlock on 4th generation and a large pink bed for 2 persons.(so it fits 3 girls in total). There's also a pink rug, pink bookshelves, pink nightsand, children's sofa, balloons, stuffed animals, some toys, an artist's easel and a pink drawer. The green bedroom is used for the living room. Don't judge me, it's my dream house ;P I make whatever I want out of it. It has a flat screen TV, a huge orange sofa, an orange beanbag, a few bookshelves, plants and a lamp. I recently renovated the blue bedroom and the second bathroom. (yes, everyone smells the bedroom, it's annoying!!). The blue bedroom is the boys' bedroom, with a car shaped bed, a boat shaped bed and a single orange bed for 3rd generation. There's an orange atmosphere... Orange rug, orange bookshelves, orange nightsands! I have a giant stuffed bear in the boys' room and they love to hug it. Also, a toy assortment, a toy boat and a couple stuffed animals. Also a night light. The main deck has a foosball game, 3 beanbags, a sofa, children's chairs and a grill to make yummy barbecue. In the front yard there's a hammock and a toy assortment. In the left yard(the place where they are Looking at stuff), there's a bubble maker, a kids' pool and a sand box. The rear deck has loads of plants.(poor gardener, he has a lot to do). The west auxiliary room is kind of a laundry room, but I'm gonna make something else out of it soon. Im not sure what. I have a washer, a dryer, a drying rack, sewing kit, cleaning supplies. It is really useless because I have a maid and she cleans everything up but... I like spending money. On my 5th generation i'll renovate the large north room and the room next to it.(the water damaged one). Yes, I will have money for them, because currently I have about 46.000$. (I saved like 30.000$ from the 3rd generation made out of 2 workaholics and now Kristy earned a few money too).