Fireworks are objects Sims set off for fun. They are available in The Sims: Livin' Large, The Sims 2: Happy Holiday Stuff, The Sims 3: World Adventures, The Sims 3: Seasons, The Sims 4: City Living and The Sims 4: Holiday Celebration Pack.
In The Sims: Livin' Large, the Sky Scorcher Fireworks Kit can be bought in Buy mode for §90. It is a rocket on a stand, which Sims can fire for fun. When fired, the rocket will rise into the air, then come back to ground and explode. The rocket can start a fire if it hits something flammable, and will start a fire if it is used indoors.
If the players launch the rocket and pause just before it lands on the ground, the players can grab the rocket in Buy mode with the moveobjects cheat. The rocket will be named as "*Toy Rocket - Down/Explosion" and can be sold for §2,300. This can only be done if the rocket is headed downwards towards the ground and not when it has just been launched.
The Sims 2 Edit
With The Sims 2: Happy Holiday Stuff, Sims can buy and use party poppers, noisemakers, crackers, firework fountains and sparklers. Sometimes, crackers may malfunction and burn a Sim.
DinCo's Fountain of Fiery JubilationsEdit
DinCo "Box O' Blasts"Edit
DinCo "Sparks N' Stuff"Edit
The Sims 3 Edit
Fireworks can be bought at Shang Simla Market for 75 simoleons or the grocery store in home neighborhoods. Fireworks can also be purchased via the buydebug cheat. Sims light them and watch fireworks displays. These are best viewed from Map View.
A display involving five or more packets of fireworks will result in the Saw Great Fireworks Show moodlet, offering a mood boost of +10 for 16 hours.
Similar to The Sims: Livin' Large, if fireworks are set off indoors, a fire will start. This can be an effective way to kill off other Sims, as the Sim lighting the fireworks will generally run away before they go off.
- Sims watching fireworks will clap and cheer. Sims cannot use fireworks inside a room.
- A Sim lighting fireworks in a Graveyard will awake some ghosts and sometimes get Simoleons for entertaining them.
List of moodletsEdit
The Sims 4Edit
Firework batteries, individual fireworks, spinners and sparklers can be found at almost every San Myshuno festival in The Sims 4: City Living, and can be bought from merchandise stalls. They can also be bought directly in build mode using the debug cheat (bb.showhiddenobjects). Individual fireworks come in three styles: Mortar, Spark Fountain and Roman Candle.
Like previous games, setting off fireworks indoors will start a fire.
The Sims 4: Holiday Celebration Pack has buyable holiday crackers that can be opened by Sims with a chance of receiving candy and other small gifts.
Each festival with batteries has differently colored versions named after the festival, such as "Romance Festival Battery".
Each festival with fireworks has differently colored versions named after the festival, such as "GeekCon Mortar".
|Mortar||§35 to §50||A single mortar shot with a small chance for a spectacular surprise!|
|Spark Fountain||§50||Contains a cascading fountain of sparks and sounds!|
|Roman Candle||§15 to §20||Contains a series of colorful streaks to light up the sky!|
Each festival with spinners has differently colored versions named after the festival, such as "Humor and Hijinks Festival Spinner".
Each festival with sparklers has versions named after the festival, such as "Spice Festival Sparkler". In this case, they are all the same color.