Collecting Space Prints in The Sims 4
Space Prints Collection is one of the easiest collections to complete. The only thing you have to own is a Backyard Observatory. These cost §1.500 and requires some free space on the lot. You can collect 15 different Space Prints.
The collected Space Prints have an option to enable the Focused emotional aura so all the Sims in the room can benefit from it. You can also View Focused Work to acquire the Focused emotion. Collections can be obtained by the whole household.
How to collect all Space Prints
Buy a Backyard Observatory and start to Observe the (Night) Sky, Stargaze or Search for the Truth. Search for the Truth will become available as an option when you reach level 7 in the Logic Skill. You need this option to collect the Rare Space Prints and you have to be in an Focused emotion. You will get the Focused emotion by using the Observatory. You will increase your chance of finding rare Space Prints when it’s nighttime.
You can also unlock all the Space Prints with the Buy Debug mode cheat (adds extra objects) found on the Cheat Code page. Make sure you put the Space Prints in your inventory to complete the collection.
Space Prints Collection
Since ancient times, we have scanned the night sky for signs of things to come. This star-spangled horizon contains countless constellations, each of which can be read for information about the future. (The small U.F.O.s under the stars, for example, can be read as a sign of imminent attack.)
Just imagine this strange world as it would look viewed by an alien returning to its home planet. Oh the longing in that alien's five heart chambers, the tears in its 22 eyes. Back on the surface, it will no longer be "alien." It will visit its neighborhood bar, where everyone knows its name: "XF2&23%tY."
It's silly for us as humans to project shapes we recognize onto the random, ever-changing patterns of the cosmos. That said, this nebula totally came together to resemble a T-Rex, right? (Not to be confused with T. Rex Nebula, star of children's sci-fi cartoons.)
Hubba hubba! Check out this glamour shot portrait Saturn had done a few years back, when it went through a divorce and lost all that weight (who's the second largest planet NOW. Uranus?). The slight blue glow really brings out its rings. Rumor has it that it's dating again and has recently attracted a sixty-third moon.
Is it a rainbow? A cloud? Stars? You might want to sit down, because it's actually a rainbow-colored cloud filled with stars! If you do not enjoy the unbelievable union of magic things in this painting, well then, sorry there's a cold hunk of obsidian where your heart should be.
In space, cloudy days trump sunny ones. That's because the clouds are made of green glitter! The sun, on the other hand, is made of fire and radiation. Before visiting space, definitely check the space-weather forecast. Or Just stay home and marvel at this painting.
I Dream of Plesiosaur
A cloud formation looks deceptively like a wandering plesiosaurus, set against a stunning early-evening vista. What might the cloud plesiosaur be searching for? The gentle stratus doesn't answer, but floats on, unaware of its inevitable demise.
Star Crossed Lovers
This fantasy painting captures the mythical union of a crystal rock formation with a sizzling comet. Theirs was a love affair that defied gravity, physics and, well, probably several other laws. No one thought it would last. In fact, it didn't. But at least it burned out, before it faded away.
The comet is the prima donna of space. Look at it, trailing its beauty across the sky, taking up 75 percent of this entire painting. In fact, the artist was trying to capture a blank, night sky, and the comet totally photobombed that scene. What a diva!
End of Time
Oh, no! Someone just flushed the universe. Jiggle the handle! Jiggle the HANDLE!
Yup. Here's some space. Looking space-like. It's got the stars. And the dark, gassy looking stuff. And some more stars. Hang it on a wall, to give that wall a real spacey feel.
Rosie the Riveting
Gasses such as helium and hydrogen pool together with interstellar dust to create this riveting, rose-colored nebula. Why ARE gasses and dust so attractive way out there in space? Here on earth, this helium balloon covered in dirt - well, it's just not the same.
In the X57 region of the 1245P-Brock galaxy, there is a planet populated entirely by giant hamsters. Here, two monster-sized hamster balls glisten in the sun, awaiting the return of their fuzzy inhabitants, who are busy running on a Ferris wheel (not pictured).
Mars is the red planet. The dirt is red. The air is red. Want to wear blue pants on Mars? Too bad! There are only RED pants on Mars. This painting shows the Mars sky, with its fiery red clouds. Beautiful to an Earthling. Martians, however, have coined the saying, "Let's go out and paint the town green!"
Out of This World Style
Like cars, rockets come in different models. The sleek sports rocket. The SUV soccer mom rocket. And this - a reproduction of an ad for the tricked out luxury sedan rocket. Its style is inversely proportional to its aerodynamic qualities. Get to the moon slower. And look good doing it!
Complete Collection Reward: The Gargantuan Telescope
The Gargantuan Telescope is a prestigious trophy awarded only twice monthly to the special few who have trawled the night sky for magazine-cover worthy space vistas and/or Simlitzer Prize celebrity alien paparazzi pictures. Well done, you cosmic voyeur, you!