- I think that is not possible.Defending Star (talk) 08:33, August 13, 2012 (UTC) Lesya Zirka
- IIRC, step-siblings did not recognize each other as family in The Sims 2, so they would have been able to marry. However, this would not be the case in The Sims 3. Ѧüя◎ґ (talk) 13:53, June 7, 2014 (UTC)
Once I had two Sims (one pre-made and one CAS) which I wanted to be adopted siblings, but I made them go steady instead. But eventually I decided that I didn't like the idea of two Sims being in love (who were supposed to be siblings through adoption) so I broke them up.
By this time their parents had gotten married, so the 'siblings' were not able to rekindle their romance. The interactions available to them were identical to those of biological siblings. I had to use an evil witch to erase their memories and make them forget about their past romance.
Incorrect family relationsEdit
hello sometimes wen i create a family in the sims 2.
and make a family where a sim has a child and a sibling. the child dosnt recognize his parents sibling as his oncle/aunt and vise versa (the oncle/aunt not his/her niece/nephew) but if the oncle/aunt has a child this child is recognized as a cousin. is something wrong with my game? 184.108.40.206 (talk) 19:52, August 26, 2018 (UTC)