The Sims Medieval Cheats

Who wants to earn quick points and increase the resources in no time in The Sims Medieval? If you do, grab these cheat codes and get in the game. This The Sims Medieval Cheats guide has all the information you need to survive in the toughest of times.

The Sims Medieval Cheat Codes

Use Ctrl+Shift+C to bring up the console and then type the following cheats for the desired effect.

1,000 Simoles

50,000 Simoles

Disables Clothing category filters

Displays list of cheats in-game.

Randomizes available quests

Removes Limitations for placing/moving onjects

Toggle Frame Rate Display in upper right corner

Toggles fullscreen on and off

Toggles llama Mode

Toggles whether objects fade when camera gets close to them

Turns Responibilities on

Turns Responsibilities off

Add Any Amount of Quest Points

Add Any Amount of Renown and Reputation Points

Unlock All Quests

How to Change the Color of Lights
During furnish mode press “Ctrl+Shift” and scroll over a light. The mouse icon should change to an asterisk-like icon. Click on the light to bring up detailed light options “Turn off light”, “Set Intensity”, “Change color”. You can tweak these options as desired.

How to enable Testing Cheats

  • Go to the INI folder in your Sims 3 install directory (Default: C:\Program Files\Electronic Arts\The Sims
  • Medieval\GameData\Shared\NonPackaged\Ini)
  • Right click “Commands.ini” and select “properties”
  • Uncheck “Read Only”. Not right click again and choose to “Open With…” notepad.
  • Change “TestingCheatsEnabled=0” to “TestingCheatsEnabled=1” (WITHOUT quotation marks).
  • Save it, and if asked to overwrite, choose yes.

Now when you relaunch 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, you can type “Help” in console command prompt for a list of additional cheats.

How to apply Partial Floor Pattern
During Furnish mode select the desired floor pattern from the available floor patterns. Then press and hold “Shift” while hovering over the active floor. Left-click the mouse to place the partial floor pattern.

This allows the user to place floor patterns in partial sections rather than whole grid squares.

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