You come home from a long day of work and you want nothing more than to pleasantly envision ripping your boss’s head off. Luckily for you, The Sims can offer a form of this morbid stress relief with a number of entertaining ways to kill off your Sims.
So your Sim is busy working all of the time and he’s really clumsy. Needless to say, he’s not the best cook in the kitchen. With his cooking skill points at zero, he decides to take a stab at making a steak. Now, for a Sim to successfully create a well-cooked steak, he needs to have his cooking skill points pretty high up there. If this isn’t apparent, a kitchen fire ensues. There are a couple ways you can set up his death. Make sure there are no smoke detectors anywhere in the house. This will automatically alert the fire department to come put out the fire—and you don’t want that. As he/she starts cooking, pause it and remove all of the doors. This will ensure he or she cannot escape. You can also just keep positioning them near the fire until they catch fire of you don’t want to put forth so much effort.
This is a popular means of Sims death and has been for as long as I can remember. Before all of the expansion packs, I had figured out how to kill off my Sims via drowning within the first week of owning The Sims. All you need is a swimming pool. Have your Sims get into the pool and when they do, take away the ladders. Eventually, they will get tired and drown.
This is a pretty easy one. All you need to do is either never install a fridge or get rid of the fridge and watch your Sims shrivel up. A morbid but effective means of death.
In The Sims 3 Generations, Sims have the ability to age and live a typical life with Prom, marriage, and old age. Eventually, you reach an elderly age and have lived your life to the fullest (hopefully). When you least expect it, the Grim Reaper actually comes around to claim your Sim’s soul. If you’ve become overly attached to this Sim and have seen them live their life from start to finish, it can be a pretty emotional experience.
Hail and Lightning
In The Sims 3 Seasons, weather becomes a determining factor for your Sims’ lives. During a thunderstorm, it’s easy to direct your Sim to the outside for a dance in the rain. Unfortunately for them, you know that lightning in the Sims world strikes Sims more than once in a blue moon.
In The Sims 2: Open for Business, this is a very possible death and maybe more terrifying than the others. When a Sim enters an elevator, they put themselves at risk. The elevator plunges them to their death. This is a random event and unfortunately cannot be controlled by you. Choose your elevators wisely—or just take the stairs.
If a Sim does not have any repair skills, then repairing an electronic device is a bad idea. Death by electrocution is terribly easy and it may take some major tinkering. Eventually, your Sim will get zapped and death by electrocution should befall them.
This type of death was introduced in The Sims 3: Ambitions. This is maybe one of the more fascinating and shocking means of death in The Sims. Your Sim could be minding their own business outside in the yard in the open when all of a sudden a dim shadow surrounds them. Menacing music begins to play and before you know it your Sim is knocked upside the head with a meteorite. Now these can also cause fires and wreak more havoc aside from crashing into your Sim’s head. If you want this to happen, plant a telescope outside and use it often. This increases your chances of a meteor death.
In The Sims 3: Supernatural, the ghouls and ghosts can be the end of your Sim. Curses can lead your Sim to their death such as the Haunting Curse. Transmutation can kill off your Sim which can occur by the philosopher stone. Using this stone, if you transmute gold many times, the stone will point at your Sim and turn them into gold.