This is it! The original, world famous, cyber-bucking bull from the Back to the Barnyard movie! Imitated by many but equaled by none, ToroTec bulls utilize electro-hydraulic, asynchronous, poly-phased motors controller by a Pauline-Tingley AI chip to deliver a totally unique form of aerobic exercise. Why do laps when you can wear chaps?
The ToroTec Mechanic Bull was first introduced in The Sims: House Party. Sims can ride on it and gain body skill in the process. Sims can ride the bull at three difficulty levels — Easy, Medium, and Difficult. Sims with a higher body skill can ride the more difficult levels, but a Sim with a low body skill may be thrown off the bull.
Other Sims can watch the rider, but if they have a low relationship score with them, they will boo him/her.
Whoa Nelly!!! This ain't your plain ol' run o' the mill mechanical bull. This bad boy has been tweaked, tuned, refined, revamped, augmented and enhanced to bring you the bumpiest, most buckin' ride you've ever saddled-up to. 8 seconds will seem like an eternity as you white-knuckle that ol' bull rope and hold on for dear life! This one is sure to put you in the spotlight and leave you screamin' "Yee-HAW!" when you're finished
The Buck & Chuck Bronco is a mechanical bull featured in The Sims 3: Showtime. Sims can ride at three difficulty levels - Easy Rider, Bucking Bronco or Crazy Cowboy. When Sims ride the mechanical bull, they will change into a cowboy/cowgirl outfit.