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Ten Sims 4 Growing Together Challenges Perfect for Your Game

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Ten challenges that go great with The Sims 4 Growing Together Expansion!

The Sims 4 Growing Together adds plenty of new gameplay opportunities for players. With the introduction of Milestones, giving an additional layer of challenge to the game, we wanted to take a look at some player-created challenges that would be perfect to play alongside the Growing Together expansion.

We wanted to find the best Sims 4 Growing Together Challenges for players. There are already a number of great challenges that would work perfectly with this expansion. We wanted to find those that, while following the challenge rules, can help create some wonderful storylines, exciting moments, unforeseen events, and more in your games!

Sims 4 Growing Together Challenges
Sims enjoying some family time

The Sims 4 Growing Together Challenges come in a variety of different types. From gameplay to Create A Sim challenges, let’s take a look at some of the many challenges that work perfectly with the expansion pack.

Legacy Challenge

There is nothing wrong with a good old Legacy Challenge! Following a set of self-imposed rules, to add more variety, experiences, and, of course, challenge to your game!

By starting with a founding Sim, you start by moving to a large empty lot. You essentially start from scratch, building what will become your home for your Sim and future generations. Once your founding Sim passes, you’ll move on to the next generation.

Does this sound like your kind of challenge? You can read more about it, and all the rules, below.

Disney Princess Challenge

Inspired by the stories of Disney Princesses, players can progress through the challenge by following the stories created about the Princesses or their own. This challenge is also inspired by the previously mentioned Legacy Challenge. While there is a slightly more flexible approach to this challenge, it does make for a great contender to consider playing as a Sims 4 Growing Together Challenge.

Want to know more about the Disney Princess Challenge? Take a look at the details below!

Zodiac Challenge

Another challenge that was inspired by the previously mentioned Legacy Challenge is the Zodiac Challenge. As the title of the challenge states, you progress through twelve different generations, each based on a different zodiac sign.

Find out more about the Zodiac Challenge below.

Sims 4 Growing Together Challenge
Family time with the latest addition to the family!

100 Baby Challenge

The 100 Baby Challenge was first seen back in The Sims 2 and has continued to be popular through the course of The Sims 3 and The Sims 4!

The ultimate goal of this challenge is to have 100 children in as few generations as possible. You complete this challenge once the 100th child has been born or you have broken the challenge rules.

You can read more about it, and all the rules, below.

100 Infants Challenge

Now, if you are up for a real challenge, why not try the 100 Infant Challenge instead? It’s not like the challenge was already difficult initially!

You can take a look at the full updated challenge rules, which include playing with infants, here!

Not So Berry

Just like the colours of the rainbow, the Not So Berry Challenge focuses on a different colour for each generation. Starting with the Mint Generation, players explore and mess around with features in The Sims in a way you haven’t done so before!

Find out more about the Not So Berry Challenge below!

Sims 4 Growing Together Challenges
Family outing to the Splash Park

Rags to Riches

Take your Sim, move to the most expensive and empty lot in your chosen world. Set your household funds to zero and off you go! As you start the challenge with nothing, your goal is to go from having nothing to having the riches your Sim always dreamed of! Of course, it’s not as straightforward as that as you’ll need to ensure you complete each of the goals along the way!

Interested in the Rags to Riches challenge? Hit the button below to find out more!

The Super Sim Challenge

Your goal, become a master of everything with a singular Sim! That’s easy, right?

Starting off as an infant (you can start as an adult but age back down to an infant if needs be) your task is to master each and every aspect of their age. Without using mods or cheats, you will need to max out all skills, all milestones, aspirations, and more to become the one and only super Sim!

Are you up to the challenge? Read more below!

Sims 4 Growing Together Challenge
Nothing better than a hug from a family member!

Parenthood Challenge

Your aim is to raise your Sim from a baby to a young adult while maxing out all five of the character values. Except there’s a twist, you can not take control of the child at all. Not at all during this challenge. You are just relying on the parents to guide them and help them navigate their childhood. This is where the Parenting skill and leveling it up come in. Leveling it up will help them perform the required character-building actions needed with the child Sim.

Want to know more? Take a look at everything you need to know about this challenge below!

Create A Sim Challenges

A slight change of pace compared to other challenges. Since the release of The Sims 4 Growing Together, a number of Create A Sim-inspired challenges have appeared throughout the community. Essentially, you will have a number of prompts, usually spread across the space of a month, to help inspire you to create specific Sims.

Take a look at some of our favorites in the gallery below!

With so many challenges to choose from and discover, these are just some of our favourite Sims 4 Growing Together challenges that you can play right now.

Let us know what some of your favourite challenges are that you are playing in The Sims 4 Growing Together at the moment in the comments below!

Want to discover more challenges? Take a look at some of our Sims Community original challenges here!

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Hey, I'm Krista! Long time Simmer and Sims Community Staff.

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