Since the dawn of time, Sims have entertained each other around tribal campfires by telling stories and singing songs. But miracles in litho-pyro technology have made actually building a campfire a thing of the past! So whether you want to tell scary stories, gaze lazily into space or just roast some marshmallows, you can't go wrong with an instant campfire from KampRite!
The Sims 2: University introduced a stack of wood that could be lit to start a bonfire. The Sims 2: Bon Voyage introduced a campfire similar to that in The Sims: House Party and The Sims 2: Vacation. Both campfires can be lit, and Sims can roast marshmallows over both fires. Sims cannot tell stories on the Bon Voyage campfire, and Sims cannot warm their hands on the University campfire. The University campfire can only be used once.
Why waste time piling valuable items into a stack and lighting them afire? The folks at Flaming Doom Inc. realize that this is a long, arduous task to undertake when all you really want is the instant gratification of a towering inferno! This carefully constructed mound of flammable items has been pre-soaked in patented QuikFlame formula to enhance your fiery delight, so simply strike a match and enjoy!
Come sit by the Logs of Burning and relax in the warming glow with a slowly roasting marshmallow on a stick. Hang out with your friends and talk long into the night about anything and everything that pops to mind. The Logs of Burning - the center of every campground!
Up to six dining chairs can be placed around a fire pit, though cheap ones will automatically spawn if there are none when Sims use it. Sims can poke the fire, warm themselves or roast marshmallows while sitting near it.
The large bonfire introduced in University Life does not need chairs, and none will spawn when Sims use it. Sims can watch or poke the fire, add wood, or throw a test tube into it (which will cause an explosion). All interactions except throwing a test tube raise a Sim's level in the Jock social group.
Made from highly polished pebbles handpicked by children on beach holidays with their families. When the family suitcases threaten to incur overweight charges, the buckets of pebbles get left behind. This opportunistic, award-winning recycled product is now available to those who can afford it. Manufactured in all major beach resort towns.
Add a touch of sophisticated ambience to your next garden soirée with this modern take on the classic fire pit design. The brilliant glass inner layer reflects heat and adds a splash of color to this stunning creation. Your guests will be delighted as you roast appetizers over the open flame, proving that this piece is not only beautiful, but functional too.
Backyard snacks are fun thanks to the open flame roast and toast capabilities of the Patio Pyre! Constructed to be wind and rust resistant, the stylish casing is designed to keep flames burning bright deep into the night.
Obtain your own self-contained fire starter with this Incinerating Firepit by It's a Blaze Co. Its stone base and open frame provides maximum illumination and an efficient energy conversion ratio. You will definitely want to place this in the center of any living space or outdoor area. Marshmallows not included.
Heat. Light. Flame. Why would you put something so pure and beautiful as fire in anything less than a pure and beautiful fire pit? This chrome-plated hemisphere with cast iron supports will hold ample coals to give any fire a long and happy life. Sleek. Sophisticated. Simply Stylish!
Designed by Philip Hotman, the Flameo Firepit gives fire something its been missing: a little class. With Flameo, you can finally contain those chaotic jumping flames within a cool, sleek, white exterior. By all means, stay warm - just stay cool while you do it. Flameo, by Hotman.
Prometheus endured over 1000 years of suffering just so you could hear the satisfying pop of a pine cone thrown into a bonfire. Fire then is not given, but a gift. Yes, even that burn from getting too close to the fire, a generous gift from the skies.
When you dance by this bonfire, make sure to get really into it so that onlookers believe you're inciting ancient resurrection rituals. Reassure them that your necromancy list only includes dinosaurs and dodos—docile creatures. What could go wrong?