The Sims Medieval Codes, Cheats, Tips and Secrets List (PC, Mac)

21 March 2011
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The destiny of the kingdom rests in the players’ hands. Will players build up their kingdom through internal expansion, or perhaps look for a more imperial type of domination, expanding their rule by conquering territories? Will they take on quests in pursuit of fame, or focus on the health and wellbeing of their people? The choice is theirs! With the start of every new game, players will be able to select a new ambition for their kingdom, and embark on a new set of stories.

Everything in The Sims Medieval is crafted to create an immersive medieval world, from the quest-based gameplay, to the medieval objects such as swords and stocks and thrones, right down to the warm look of the characters, and the painterly approach to the world itself. Players can choose to customize every new Hero that comes to the kingdom, including selecting their traits and their fatal flaw. Players get close to their characters, not only sending them on epic quests, but also making sure they carry out their daily responsibilities such as healing the sick, trading for exotic goods, or forging armor. From having a baby to competing in a royal tournament, what happens to their Sims is up to the player. The time of romance and chivalry is back with The Sims Medieval.

Cheat Codes

Bring up the Cheat Console by pressing Ctrl+Shift+C at any time during gameplay or Furnish Mode (there are a few exceptions where the cheats console will not come up). Now type in one of the following codes!

1. 1,000 Simoles – Type: kaching
2. 50,000 Simoles – Type: motherlode
3. Increase/Decrease Quest Points – Type: setQP # (the number sign indicates how many points you want, enter the amount you desire)
4. Increase/Decrease Resources – Type: setKP #
5. Randomizes Available Quests – Type: RerollQuests

Tips

How To Change Light Colors
You can change light colors and access other options by pressing “Ctrl+Shift” during Furnish Mode and hovering your mouse of a Light. You should see the mouse change into an asterisk (*). Now click the Light. You should get a number of new options such as “Change Color”. You can also turn the light off or change its intensity.

How to Place Partial Floor Tiles
Hold Shift during Furnish Mode when you are placing Floor Tiles to make a pattern. While holding down the Shift key, hover your mouse over the active floor and left-click. This will allow you to place partial floor patterns instead of whole grid squares. Handy!

Instantly Fill or Empty Hunger and Energy Bars – Testing Cheats

Use at your own risk. To quote from Gamefaqs:

“Go to the INI folder in your Sims 3 install directory (Default: C:\Program Files\Electronic Arts\The Sims Medieval\GameData\Shared\NonPackaged\Ini) and right click “Commands.ini”. Select “properties”, and uncheck “Read Only”. Not right click again and choose to “Open With…” notepad. Change “TestingCheatsEnabled=0” to “TestingCheatsEnabled=1” (WITHOUT quotation marks). Save this, and if asked to overwrite, choose Yes. Now when you load up the game, you should be able to just click and drag the Hunger/Energy bars left or right to make them full or empty, same with your sim relationship bars. In addition, the “help” console command should give you a list of additional cheats.”

Thanks to GameFaqs and Gamefaq users Dudeix, clerkincow, Chrono10 and arocks for the cheats.

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