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Whiskerton
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Whiskerton
Name Whiskerton
Game(s) The Sims 2 Pets (console)
Onomatology

Whiskerton is the neighborhood where The Sims 2: Pets for PlayStation 2, PSP, Xbox, GameCube and Wii takes place.

Whiskerton is the default neighbourhood name and can be changed to another name.

PS2, Wii, GameCube and Xbox versionEdit

In The Sims 2: Pets, the center of the neighbourhood is a lake surrounded by land. It also features a waterfall with one lot called Lemming point which is unoccupied but a little south is a lot occupied by the Hardimans (Serenity Falls). In the far side on the right is a country like setting with two lots occupied by the Simpsons (Feline Farms) and the Newbies (Cozy Acres). South of the neighbourhood is an island with one lot (unoccupied) called Fishbone Island. Most of the neighbourhood is surrounded by pine trees.

FamiliesEdit

Lives In: Cozy Acres

Funds: §3,656

When beginning the tutorial the player will start with Bob and eventually switch to Betty

Both Betty and Bob have 3 points in cooking, they live in a tidy cozy home near the country fields.

Lives In: Feline Farms

Funds: §1,111

Dottie owns 5 cats and lives in a house dominated with feline features. A rooster crow is heard often at this lot.

Lives In: Dogwood Forest

Funds: §4,315

Buck has 3 dogs and lives in a cabin like home surrounded by pine trees and "Gnarly Carly Hardwood" trees. His home, like most homes in Whiskerton, is located in front of the lake.

Lives In: Serenity Falls

Funds: §4,498

The Hardimans live in a lavish classical theme home with the waterfall located behind their home. North West from the home there is a bridge. West of the home is a beige coloured home with a red tile roof. Also East from the home is a tunnel that leads probably to Lemming Point, though it is uncertain.

Lives In: Paw Valley Road

Funds: §8,986

The Townsends lives with 2 dogs. Their home is modern and features beautiful view at the back of the lake and the waterfall, in the far side and most of the sim's homes can be seen here (not interacted with though). In front a mountain range can be seen.

Lives In: Firefly Lake

Funds: §2,328

The May household are 4 different Sims, meaning the are not all "May's", as they all are room-mates. The lot features a tiny beach behind the lot with an outstanding view of the lake. The home is surrounded by shrubs. Much north to the view of the lake is the country side and a canyon of sorts.

Unoccupied lotsEdit

In order of price:

TowniesEdit

As the player progresses through the game by raising relationships and fulfilling wants, other Sims are unlocked. Players cannot start a game with these Sims but they can move them into already inhabited households by marrying them or simply increasing their relationship points with them enough to ask them to move in. Until a Sim is unlocked they will not appear around the Town Square or visit/be seen walking by their home. The last known Townies to unlock are Eddie and Joyce Howard and their 2 dogs and 1 cat.

Here are a list of the townies unlocked and the aspiration points totals:

Town SquareEdit

The Town Square in Wiskerton is basically a park. The currency here is Pet Points and the town square introduces pet stores and drink/ice cream stalls.

The more pet points are spent the more the town square expands as well the shop that was shopped in. For example, if the spends enough pet points in the Pet Emporium, it will grow bigger and more objects will be available.

The Town Square has a chess table, drinking fountains, vending machines, a park fountain (which will expand), bathroom stalls and a statue (also will expand). It is unknown where it is located in Whiskerton as it doesn't show it in the neighbourhood view, but it is known to be near the lake as it sits on the edge of it and can be seen in the background.

PSP versionEdit

The PSP version is smaller and only features four lots or sections and very few families. The town square is also a bit degraded. The four sections consists of Ruff Woods and cabin like section. Birmatown a city-like theme similar to Bridgeport. Pupville is a peaceful neighbourhood. Lastly, Kitty Heights, a very upscale section with a home that has two simoleon signs on top.

FamiliesEdit

Lives In: Ruff Woods

Funds: §12,543

Like all homes with preset families in the PSP version, the home is small and uses Bedroom set 1, studio, Layout 1. The scenery behind the home is similar to the home in Dogwood Forest. Also Falafel & Presto which were in the May family are now in the Townsends. Presto has a brown fur colour rather than the black one in the other console versions and Linda wears a different outfit.

Lives In: Pupville

Funds: §16,632

The lot is surrounded by neighbourhood homes with white walls and black or red tiled roofs and is fenced.

Family bin/real estate office familiesEdit

Most families which appear in the PS2, GameCube, Xbox & Wii versions are in the family bin. These are:

TriviaEdit

  • The name of the neighbourhood is a reference to whiskers, which are long, thick hair around the mouth of some animals, mostly mammals such as cats and mice.
  • If the player leaves the neighbourhood screen for a while, the screen will change from morning, to noon, to evening.
  • A portion of the lake can be seen in the PSP version on the neighbourhood screen.
  • The chess table is replaced with a dining table and the tiles in the bathroom are replaced with red carpet in the Town Square in the PSP version.

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