Series of 6 Fallout 3 Homes

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Uploaded: 28th Aug 2011 at 5:24 PM
Updated: 18th Oct 2018 at 5:41 PM
"War. War never changes. Since the dawn of human kind, when our ancestors first discovered the killing power of rock and bone, blood has been spilled in the name of everything: from God to justice to simple, psychotic rage. In the year 2077, after millennia of armed conflict, the destructive nature of man could sustain itself no longer. The world was plunged into an abyss of nuclear fire and radiation. But it was not, as some had predicted, the end of the world. Instead, the apocalypse was simply the prologue to another bloody chapter of human history. For man had succeeded in destroying the world - but war, war never changes."

After the Great War, those lucky enough to be alive needed a place to call home. Some found shelter in houses that had survived the bombs, though barely. Others managed to make shelter from leftover pieces and parts they found lying around the Waste. With Raiders, Mutants, and radiation taking its toll on society, some prime real estate has become available.

To get full information on each lot, please see the comments section.

General Information:
  • All homes, with the exception of Big Town, have been built on standard EA lot sizes.
  • The set is a mixture of apartments and single family homes.
  • Homes range from §2,126 unfurnished to §37,569 furnished.
  • All lots have been playtested for functionality and maneuverability.
  • All lots require WA, AMB, LN, and GEN. All were built with patch
  • You WILL need the Fix for NPC door by Buzzler
  • These are replicas from houses in Fallout 3. The shape of the exterior and layout of the interior do not always match.
  • All Twinbrook shots were taken where Bayless Memorial Junkyard usually is.

Custom Content Required, not Included:
CC LISTBigtownGrayditchMegatonMinefieldSpringvaleTenpenny Tower
Destroy Metal Pattern by Around the Sims 3XXXX
Cracked Wall Masonry Pattern by Around the Sims 3XX
Old Radio by Around the Sims 3XXXX
Single Coffee Mug by Around the Sims 3X
Fallout 3 décor by gelydh at Club CrimsynXXXXXX
Wine from Silent Hill Conversions aikea_guinea at Club CrimsynXXXXX
Vending Machine from Silent Hill Street Set by aikea_guinea at Club CrimsynX
Broken Columns by Syren at 13th SimXXXXX
Industrial Shelves by Syren at 13th SimX
Boards for Windows by Crea SimsXXXXX
Jukebox by AnnejXX
Chandeliers by SRX
2x3 Antique Rugs by BauXX
Oriental Rugs by BauXX
Lamp by leefishXXX
OMSP by granthesXXXXXX
Ye Olde Stake Fence by FlabalikiX
Table by Lisen801XXXXX
Simple Wood Door by Lisen801X
Invisible Parking by HugeLunaticXX
Plate by cmomoneyX
2-Tile Windows by whitewaterwoodXX
Stand Alone TVs by daveydavinciX
Column End Tables by daveydavinciX
Hospital Set by Hekate999X
The Big Cheese Coat Rack from The Store (25 points)XXXXX
Realtor’s Baggage Prop from The Store (25 points)XX
Vintage Rotary Phone from The Store (GEN registration gift)XXXXX

You will also NEED to download the empty flower pot by me, which you will find in the download section of this thread, if you download Tenpenny Tower. It is not used in any of the other lots. It is a basic version of the large barrel, just emptied of the purple flowers that were in it. This does NOT replace the version with the flowers, just gives you the option to have one without them.

I want to note that I did VERY minimal terrain painting. As this is for the apocalypse theme, these lots are not exactly suited for Sunset Valley. As suggested by my dear friend dutch, they might be suited for a run-down version of Twinbrook. Due to their nature, terrain painting will be at the discretion of the individual user. The world I used when building this is Silent Hill by Evincryg at the Exchange.

CFE has been used extensively on these lots. Therefore, I suggest not attempting to add to the walls or move things too much. Furniture IN the houses can be moved around but the exterior items should probably also be left alone if you want to keep the look of the lot intact.

Also, I want to thank dutch_1991, armiel, Morphead, BenCo722, Hysterical Paroxysm, Arisuka, and everyone else from #create who helped and prodded me through this project!