Do you feel like something is missing from your Sim’s house in The Sims 4? Maybe a few frogs?
In The Sims 4, your Sim can find a lot of cool tools and gizmos all over the worlds. Collectibles are things that can be found in the base game and its add-ons, but not in the buy mode. All of the things can be shown off in your Sim’s house, and some collections are tied to goals.
There are a lot of whozits and whatzits to find, like crystals in your garden, postcards from your hamster, and creatures that can only be found in space. So, here is a list of some of the most interesting items your Sim can find and where they can find them.
Seashells are a collection that comes with the Island Living expansion pack. They can only be found in Sulani, and getting them is part of the pack’s gameplay. Have your Sim look all over the beach, even their own home lot, for one, or send them jumping into the water.
The cutest way to get them, though, is for your Sim to make friends with a dolphin, which will then give your Sim seashells as gifts.
Experimental Food Photos
This collection is made up of a bunch of art prints that are connected to the experimental dishes in Dine Out. For a Sim with the foodie trait, this collection is easy to complete because each thing can be gotten by sending your Sim out to eat. When they get to a place that serves unusual food, pick a plate when it comes out and tell them to take a picture of it. The print will be earned by itself.
You can make your own restaurant to hang your new prints in. Or you can use one that is already made and in the gallery.
Message In A Bottle
How wonderful! These things came with the My Wedding Stories pack and can only be found along the shoreline in Tartosa. The easiest way to get them is for your Sim to find mounds of sand on the beach and dig them up.
Time and patience are the most important things for this collection. Since it may take a while to find bottles you haven’t already found. There are silly jokes from pirates, sad songs, and even a message from the Grim Reaper that is very scary.
What’s better than having your Sim look for items all over the world? Having their cats and dogs do it for them! Feathers come with the Cats & Dogs update pack, and your pets are the only ones who can gather them.
Your dog may bring you a feather once in a while. But your cat friends are more likely to hunt birds and bring you something as a treat. You can hang the feathers in your home on a board that shows the feather and a picture of the bird it came from.
It works! If your Sim has a high logic skill (which is easier to get with the genius trait), a microscope. And lots of things to look at under the microscope, they can make a beautiful set of microscope pictures that can be hung up.
You can get these prints from plants, fossils, and crystals. This gives you a reason to finish your other collections while you try to figure out which objects will give you a print. The pictures look like beautiful works of art on their own.
Catching frogs is a fun game for the whole family, since even young Sims can help add to the collection. Frogs are a treasure in the base game that can be found in Willow Creek logs and Oasis Springs small ponds. But it’s interesting that getting them isn’t the only way to add to your collection.
You can breed frogs to get a new species. Which means you can find more and more rare kinds of frogs. But be careful about how many of these frogs you decide to keep. Or you could end up with a frog nest on every surface of your Sim’s house.
You might think that geodes are like fossils and crystals and can be found all over the world. However, they are one of the few things that can only be found when your Sim goes into space and explores. There are only six to find. So the collection is smaller, but the trip to find them is well worth it.
Your Sim has to find a way to get to Sixam, and when they do. They’ll find geodes in the ground, just like they find collectibles back home. They can put the colored rocks on display in their house to show the welcome wagon.
Ancient Omiscan Artifacts
Ancient Omiscan treasures are hidden deep in the Selvadoradan jungle, where only the best Sim explorers can find them. As your Sim walks through the Jungle Adventure pack’s world, they will find a lot of collectibles, like these objects. But they won’t know for sure until they clean them at an archeology table.
This is the collection you need to chec. Since each thing has a fake version that your Sim could end up collecting. The fakes don’t belong to any collection. So they’re not worth much other than a funny story and a strange decoration.
Some Sims would much rather stay at home and explore the world from the comfort of their computer than go out into the world to find collectibles in dangerous places. Your Sim can find a pen pal online who will, if asked, give them a postcard from their neighborhood, which you may remember from The Sims 3.
The My First Pet Stuff pack is another way to get notes. Your rodent will sometimes go on travels in its little rocket and bring you a postcard to show you where it went.
When the full moon rises over Moonwood Mill and your Sim turns into a beast of the night. There’s only one thing to do: sniff out some rare items. You can find these things from the Werewolves pack by scavenging for them in the dirt as your Sim’s wolf form or by going into the town’s tunnels.
This collection has a few things that make it special, like a special display case made for each item and juicy lore that only werewolf Sims can find out by looking at each item. Which will finally reveal the secrets of Moonwood Mill!
To the end of the world and the walls of your Sim’s house. Even though your Sim can get these prints pretty easily, that doesn’t mean they aren’t some of the most beautiful in Basket Random. To get this collection, all your Sim has to do is use an observatory to look at the sky.
Just be sure to change the time and how you contact with the object so you can get all 25 prints. Some tips: use it during the day, look at the moon, and watch out for UFOs.
No, not the ones you can make in Create-A-Sim. Small and strange, these aliens can only be found through space travel. These collectibles aren’t like the geodes you can find on Sixam. Instead, you have to carefully click through the text choices that come up when you enter the rabbit hole of space.
You almost never know which alien you’ll get, but try to choose choices that seem to lead your Sim toward strange sounds or objects in the distance. Just make sure your rocket is up-to-date so that when your Sim comes home, they don’t crash-land.