Latte Game

Welcome and hopefully you had planned to find the updates for my attempt at the Name Game Challenge for The Sims 4. If you found this blog by accident, or do not know anything about the Name Game challenge for The Sims, I will add some basic information about the challenge below.

This challenge can be done with basically any version of the game, but I have decided for this play through to use The Sims 4. After playing with the EPIC challenge for a bit, which is much more constrained, I decided to give this a try to have fewer restrictions on what I can use and where I can go.

As a quick, general, overview, the idea of a Name Game is to use the letters of the main sim (founder/heir) to name their children and see how many generations it takes you to mark off all 26 letters of the alphabet. So if the founders name is Rose, you could have Roxie, Oscar, Sven, and Rachel. Then if Sven is your heir, he would have 4 kids with names like Stuart, Vixen, Eriqe, and Norah, as a quick example

If you are interested in seeing all the rules for this game I have posted the link to the version I will be using throughout this challenge. I believe there are possibly other options out there, but this one is what I am using.

Name Game Challenge

To start I have created a sim, who I have actually based partially on a girl that I saw on a YouTube channel that I loved the look of. I do really like the looks of Sims 4 sims, and I am moving her into Sulani. It’s likely she will marry a merman, and thus we will have little merbabies.

I will keep a running list of the most recent 50 updates that are done to this challenge below and I hope that you enjoy the updates and the challenge. I will keep the list of letters used below as well. (As a note, since the letter doesn’t count until the child grows into a YA (young adult) I won’t be marking off letters until that happens.)

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Once there are more than 50 posts on this challenge you can find the earlier posts in the archive below.