|The Sims 4: Kids Room Stuff|
|Box art for The Sims 4: Kids Room Stuff|
|Developer(s)||Maxis, The Sims Studio|
|Release date(s)||June 28, 2016|
June 19, 2018 (console)
|Media||DVD or Digital (PC), Digital only (Mac)|
|Gameplay additions||Voidcritter Battle Station, Puppet Theater, and Voidcritter Collectables.|
The pack centers around the child life stage and the activities children can do and clothes they can wear. The two new gameplay features are a Voidcritter Battle Station, which will have collectable Voidcritters to go with it, and a Puppet Theater.
Official Description[edit | edit source]
Kids Have Style!
Spark the imagination of Sims with new items to personalize kids’ bedrooms in The Sims™ 4 Kids Room Stuff. Collect and trade monster cards, then bring them to life in the electronic battle station. Put on a puppet show to tell stories and entertain family and friends. Show off your kid Sims with new clothing items and hairstyles that express their style.
Customize kids' rooms. Build kids bedrooms full of style! Excite your Sim’s imagination with colorful new furniture and themed decorations ranging from space robots to fun flower flourishes.
Battle with monsters. Collect and trade monster cards featuring your Sim’s favorite magical creatures. Use cards in the electronic battle station to bring them to life and challenge friends to a monster duel that’s sure to excite.
Put on a show. With the all-new puppet theater and a bit of imagination, Sims can tell whimsical stories to entertain an audience of family and friends.
Lots of style. Get trendy, playful clothing and hairstyles to showcase their individual style or highlight their obsession with the latest tween heartthrob! So dreamy!
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Music[edit | edit source]
Tween Pop[edit | edit source]
- Isac Elliot - No One Else
- Skylar Stecker - Crazy Beautiful
- The Heydaze - Side Effects
- That Poppy - Money
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The Battlestation makes a reference to the Sony PlayStation line of game consoles (with the name), the Pokémon media franchise (the game itself has similar gameplay) and Nintendo's Amiibo line of NFC figurines and cards (the Monster Collectables interact with the game).
References[edit | edit source]
|"The Sims" Chronology|
The Sims 4: Dine Out
June 7, 2016
|The Sims series PC games||Followed by|
The Sims 4: Backyard Stuff
July 19, 2016
The Sims 4: Romantic Garden Stuff
February 9, 2016
|The Sims 4 stuff packs|
|The Sims series stuff packs|