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How To Stop Ageing In The Sims Mobile

How To Stop Ageing In The Sims Mobile
Ageing is often a controversial aspect of The Sims franchise but previously it was possible to turn it off, The Sims Mobile works in a different way. This guide will tell you how to stop ageing in The Sims Mobile, or at least delay the inevitable meeting with the scythe wielding maniac for a bit longer.

Unlike other games in The Sims franchise you cannot use a third-party program, an in-game option or a cheat code to disable ageing. It’s a natural part of The Sims Mobile and losing your Sims to the gradual decay of time is something you will have to get used to if you want to play the game for any long periods of time. However, not all is lost.

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When you first begin your time in The Sims Mobile, you’ll be at your prime. Youthful and ready to take on the world of careers, hobbies, babies or just a lifetime of Woohoo’ing but as you continue to play your character grows older. The initial stages of ageing don’t have too much of a negative impact but as you grow older you do lose access to some actions and the inevitable end of the line quickly approaches.

Although you cannot stop ageing entirely in The Sims Mobile, you can delay its effects. Firstly, you need to reach Player Level 20, and there’s a good chance you’ve already faced the problems of ageing by that point. Once you’re level 20, you need to farm a LOT of Tokens. This is the most challenging part of reducing ageing, check out our Token guide for more details on Tokens.

Once you’ve got your Tokens and you’re level 20, navigate to the Parkside District – the part of town with the Barrister job and the cafe. Just outside the cafe is a small booth, The Potion Shop. From here you can purchase a Potion of Youth, which makes your Sim one day younger. You can also purchase these in the cash shop under the Boosts section.

It’s not the Fountain of Youth but hopefully the Potion of Youth will give you a bit more time to cross your T’s and dot your I’s.

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