Extremely Weak: This is the most difficult state to get out of. This status occurs after old age or prolonged neglect before they die. A Little Sick: When a character is in this state, you must give them the medication they need, as shown in their action.
How do I increase it? First, make sure there’s food in the fridge. Next you have to cure the disease if they are sick. When their status indicates they are “sick”, drop them multiple times until their action line gives you a clue as to the symptom they are having.
For the first 2 years (in real time, 4 hours after the baby is born) the baby is held by his/her mother (and/or father in Virtual Families 3). After that, the baby becomes a child and the mother can return to her career. A mother with newborn twins in Virtual Families 2 (below the father).
The age you die is 65, sometimes it can be younger if you don’t take proper care of your little people (e.g. let them starve, don’t let them often sleeping, or even just overexerting them), they can die at a young age.
In VF3 you can choose exactly the child you want, boy or girl from toddler to 8 years.
Your little people’s status can get “a little sick” or just “sick” from time to time. This indicates that they are ill and should be cured immediately. In addition, they show symptoms such as: The throat does not feel right. Ouch, head hurts.
In a multiple birth, the woman carries two or three babies (depending on which multiple birth she has). If your family has enough space (maximum 6 children), you may be able to have twins or triplets (e.g. if you have a family of 4 children, you may be able to have twins but not triplets).
If your ‘Peep’ gets sick every time you open the game, yes, get the doctor’s diagnosis and medication, then put him to bed until he’s no longer tired or exhausted . If you find fresh fruit at the flea market, feed it to them.
The little girl is the 5-year-old daughter of Kevin and Rachel, the couple who owned the house before the player’s virtual family moved in. She has a translucent, ghostly appearance, and occasionally appears whenever the lights in the player’s house mysteriously flicker.
According to the Virtual Families Wikia, the maximum number of children you can have is six.
Sending your children to boarding school also has disadvantages. You cannot interact with them until you start a new generation and choose your child (now adult) to start with. However, it’s a good idea to have them out of the house when it comes to food or when they’re extremely weak.
When you play Virtual Families 2: Our Dream House, the game doesn’t actually end like “Game Over”. If the adults pass and there are no heirs to pass the house and bank account on to, the game will send you a message that your family has been lost and you must choose someone else.
The pets can’t breed, but we definitely appreciate the suggestion! However, if pets die, you can always add a new pet to your home through the in-game shop! We hope you enjoy raising pets in your virtual family!
aging. Your little family grows by a year every two hours (real time). They usually die in their 60s, occasionally in their late 50s. That means you could start a new generation about every 5 to 7 days unless you adjust your device’s clock and age it quickly.
The tent is called VIP Lounge! Using the VIP lounge can increase the happiness, health and energy of your family members. This offers long-term benefits by keeping your peeps healthy and happy! You can purchase access to the VIP Lounge by tapping Store and then Upgrades!