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The Sims 4: Spooky Stuff
The Sims 4: Spooky Stuff
The Sims 4 Spooky Stuff Cover
Developer(s) Maxis, The Sims Studio
Publisher(s) Electronic Arts
Series The Sims
Platform(s) Windows, OS X
Release date(s) September 29, 2015 (Worldwide)
Genre(s) Life simulation
Mode(s) Single-player
Media Digital only
System requirements Minimum system requirements on TheSims.com
Themes Halloween, Party
Gameplay addition Pumpkin Carving Station, Sugar and Spice Candy Bowl, Spooky radio station and Spooky Party
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The Sims 4: Spooky Stuff is a stuff pack for The Sims 4. Spooky Stuff adds a Spooky Candy Bowl and a new Pumpkin Carving Station.[1] A new type of party, Spooky Party, was introduced with this stuff pack.

Spooky Stuff was released worldwide on September 29, 2015.[1]

Official descriptionEdit

Dress up in spooky costumes, throw creepy parties, and turn pumpkins into pieces of art.

So Fun, You'll Scream!

Transform your Sim’s home with ghoulish decorations. Dress up in new costumes and put on makeup to give your Sims a spooky new look. Enjoy the brand-new pumpkin-carving station. Throw a spooky party that everyone will love.

Game Features:

All-new: Pumpkin Carving Station. Get creative with your Sims and turn pumpkins into art. Ghost Sims can put a candle-lit pumpkin on their heads! Just beware of mischievous Sims who'd rather stomp than admire.

All-new: Spooky Candy Bowl. Reach in for a surprise. But will it be a trick or a treat? See what your Sims find when they interact with this creepy decoration.

Invite Sims over for a Ghastly Party. Use eerie paintings, tombstones that glow, and ghost-shaped lights. Watch for the Eyeball Cheese Plate and other edible treats! Somebody is going to get tricked. Who will it be?

Play dress up with new costumes and makeup. Watch as Sims attend in cute and creepy costumes – everything from sea pirates to Super Llamas, for Sims of all ages.

Game FeaturesEdit

New Gameplay AdditionsEdit

Your Sims can carve pumpkins with a variety of facial expressions. Ghosts can put the pumpkin on their heads.

When Sims approach this bowl they can grab a piece of candy and in turn will activate one of many effects where Sims will get certain new moodlets.

  • Spooky Party

A new social event for your Sims with new party goals relating to the pack.

  • Halloween party furniture

This pack comes with a selection of new party furniture for a Spooky Party. Mentionable are the new pictures whose images change into images of supernatural creatures at night like that of a Vampire or Werewolf.

ClothingEdit

Sims of both genders, adults and children receive a range of new costumes to wear along with new hats, face paint and other accessories:

  • Female Adult/Teen/Elder – 4 Hats, 6 Outfits, 2 Face Paints, 8 Accessories, 4 Pairs Of Shoes
  • Male Adult/Teen/Elder – 4 Hats, 5 Outfits, 2 Face Paints, 1 Pair Of Shoes
  • Female Children – 1 Hairstyle, 2 Hats, 4 Outfits, 1 Face Paint, 2 Pairs Of Shoes
  • Male Children – 2 Hats, 3 Outfits, 1 Face Paint, 1 Pair Of Shoes

Styled RoomsEdit

The Sims 4: Spooky Stuff includes two pre-made indoor rooms, designed for Sims to throw their own spooky parties.

GalleryEdit

MusicEdit

SpookyEdit

  • Alison Wonderland - Carry On
  • Under Racine - Stobey Wambu

ReferencesEdit

"The Sims" Chronology
Preceded by
The Sims 4: Cool Kitchen Stuff
August 11, 2015
The Sims series PC games Followed by
The Sims 4: Get Together
December 8, 2015
The Sims 4 stuff packs Followed by
The Sims 4: Romantic Garden Stuff
February 9, 2016
The Sims series stuff packs