• Sets Pfiff your own Story – Living room Set



    Item Type: New Mesh
    Function: Sets
    Room: Living
    Price: §See post
    Poly Count(s): See post

    Life Stories came with one of the poorest inventory ever seen. The game was supposed to run in a laptop with 268MB ram and for such “goal” almost all the basic objects were removed. Well, I don’t have any laptop other than a Windows 8 and it doesn’t work on it, so I use an old Stationary. I wished to prove that all the talking was Bull-S. A 32bits operating system supports 3,78GB and just that. TS2 is a 32bits program and can support thousands objects BUT hang down on every bad coding. What kills the computer, well, well, well. I included thousands of objects, light or heavy and REMOVED ALL the NPCs. I hate NPCs specially the service NPCs, so I removed them all. And now I play my own simulator with the whole TS2 inventory without a crash or a laggy experience. You don’t need to agree with me, I’m not your target. I’m an old bock, with a brain as small or big as yours – the difference, well, I think I CAN use it! LOL! Here is a Living room set that includes: 8 TVs, 4 Computers, 13 Desks, 25 chairs and 9 table lamps. Oh, they look very original but every single item was adjusted, some re-meshed, some UV re-mapped, some whatever and in every case – re-codded to be just Base, or Basic or whatever you may find out, anyway they are for Life Stories, more exactly to My Story. Poly Count is same or less than original, colors are mine AND don’t think that you are going to get what you call me Crap Colorist, I spent months with a proffy to learn to fake proff. LOL! Welcome to my world!

    Extra Info
    All objects are fit to Life Stories – 1st Edition. Base Game? who knows! Test it!


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    2 Responses

    1. LadyAngel says:

      Wow, I can only imagine how long you must have worked on these! Brilliant!

    2. xptl297 says:

      Well, I started around July, so it has taken a couple of months. That means it is not difficult at all (depending on how stubborn you are)!

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