"The Fims" And Other Life Simulation Games: Shared Content Database

Most characters and content in this database should be interchangeable between the different games, versions and series supported.

Here are a bunch of Fims that were especially designed to be copied and pasted into your game!!!

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PowerPoint Fims (also known as PPT Fims) are specifically designed to be copied and pasted into your game.  When you paste them, they will still have all of the animations they were designed with; plus they'll take up WAY less memory than animated gif Fims!  Some of these Fims move, and others don't.  But don't worry, their labels will tell you whether they move or not.  An A next to a Fim's name means animate; these Fims move.  An I (i) next to a Fim means inanimate; these Fims do not move.  Well, that's all; enjoy these Fims!!!!!!!!!!

Animated Fims: A

These are Fims, and other Fim-like characters, that, when placed into any supported game, as long as the game is in Edit Mode, will move on their own when the build you put them into is set to play mode. Please note that the descriptor A is meant to be used with a secondary label, such as S, for Sound-Making, or Q, for Quiet; and with a tertiary label, such as M, for Mixed, or F, for Fixed. The descriptor A can not be used on its own as a label, and neither may it be used without both other types of content discriptors.

Non-Animated Fims: N

These are Fims, and other Fim-like characters, that do not move at all, even if the build you put them into is set to play mode. Please note that the descriptor N is meant to be used with a secondary label, such as S, for Sound-Making, or Q, for Quiet; and with a tertiary label, such as M, for Mixed, or F, for Fixed. The descriptor N can not be used on its own as a label, and neither may it be used without both other types of content discriptors.

Quiet Fims: Q

These are Fims, and other Fim-like characters, that do not make sounds at all in Play Mode. However, sounds CAN be chosen by either the player or the developer at any time. However, keep in mind that enabling sounds would thus render them Sound-Making Fims, changing their content descriptor from Q, for Quiet, to S, for Sound-Making. Please note that the descriptor Q is meant to be used with a base label, such as A, for Animated, or N, for Non-Animated; and with a tertiary label, such as M, for Mixed, or F, for Fixed. The descriptor Q can not be used on its own as a label, and neither may it be used without both other types of content discriptors.

Mixed Fims: M

These are Fims, and other Fim-like characters, that can have individual parts of their bodies customized, including those parts' looks, as well as the sounds those specific parts trigger when you place your mouse over them in Play Mode. These Fims CAN have had all their body parts grouped, but they CAN NOT be images. If they have been saved as and replaced with images, their content discriptor would thus be changed from M, for Mixed, to F, for Fixed. Please note that the descriptor M is meant to be used with a base label, such as A, for Animated, or N, for Non-Animated; and with a secondary label, such as S, for Sound-Making, or Q, for Quiet. The descriptor M can not be used on its own as a label, and neither may it be used without both other types of content discriptors.