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  • upgraded to 2.6.2

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my finds: buy/build mode (10 Oct)

October 10th, 2006 by daysies

it’s been real quiet on the buy/build mode front on MTS2, but i found a few nice things uploaded recently:

“Carina Spotlight” modular stairs - Numenor teams up with Chrissy6930 (the stairs guru of TSR) to bring a fantastic creation to your Sims homes.  please read through the instructions.  you can’t simply plop these stairs in your Downloads folder.
Ye Olde 20th Century Banners - little banners for your light posts
AmaHevy Stage Construction set - very useful for those movie/music video makers
Elven arched fence - makes me want to watch Lord of the Rings again
turtle nursery - i just want the set for the tiny turtle potty!
flower arrangements - so pretty!
October decorative plant set - more realistic flowers for our gardens
animated/functional value vending machine - you can buy soda, chips, and cookies from it!
retro microphones - useable with skill building, plus a decorative mic for tables
toddler toy: drum kit - very cute!!!  (i’m a sucker for useable toys!)
Halloween autumn popcorn balls - just a decorative sculpture
basic popcorn ceiling tiles - these are recolors so you need the mesh linked in the post
Savannah bedroom set - it looks clean and contemporary
wall-adjacent OFB food display shelves - these are meshed so the glass wall, that would otherwise disappear against the wall, stays intact

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