This can be done in Prison and juvenile detention (except for a memory test) with gym being free. There was an update which added 5 more Mind and Body activities: Reading books, Going on a Diet, Gardening, Martial Arts, and Walks.
Salinger Novel 277 15 The Cat in the Hat Dr. Seuss Children's Picture Book 73 6 The Palestine Prophecy James Redfield Novel 278 17 The Color Purple Alice Walker Historical Fiction 347 15 The Communist Manifesto Karl Marx Non-Fiction 30 17 The Count of Monte Crisco Alexandre Dumas Historical Fiction 1276 16 The Crucible Arthur Miller Tragedy 143 16 The Da Vinci Code Dan Brown Crime Fiction 466 16 The Diary of a Young Girl Anne Frank Autobiography 283 14 The Divine Comedy Dante Alighieri Poetry 798 17 The Five Love Languages Gary Chapman Self-Help 126 15 The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Stain Larson Crime Fiction 672 17 The Giving Tree She Silverstein Children's Picture Book 31 6 The Godfather Mario Puzo Crime Fiction 448 19 Happiness -4 The Good Earth Pearl S. Buck Historical Fiction 418 15 The Great Gatsby F. Scott Fitzgerald Novel 200 16 The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Douglas Adams Science Fiction 216 13 The Hunger Games Suzanne Collins Fantasy 374 13 The Importance of Being Earnest Oscar Wilde Comedy 76 14 The Joy of Cooking Irma S. Bomber Cookbook 1152 13 The Kite Runner Khaled Hosseini Historical Fiction 371 16 The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe C.S. Lewis Fantasy 208 11 The Little Engine That Could Fatty Piper Children's Picture Book 48 6 The Lord of the Rings J.R.R.
List of Gardening actions Cutting back the plants Fertilizing the shrubs Filling all the birdbaths with water and bird feeders with seeds Planting some Pruning the trees Pulling all the weeds Raking the leaves Trimming the shrubs Some physical ailments can be contracted at the gym such as ringworm or athlete's foot, but these go away quickly after aging or seeing the doctor.
You can also find a “deep awareness” of yourself, meaning you'll know a random stat like say athleticism or fertility. Candy writer is the gift that keeps on giving, providing us with a wealth of updates for our favorite text-based life simulator.
In this guide, we’re going to detail everything that’s new in the Mind & Body update, including the new Surprise Me option, new diseases, activities, and more. If it’s something else you’re looking for, make sure to check out our Complete Guide to Billie, where we provide links to everything we’ve written before.
Surprise Me is a great new option that allows the game to make the tough decisions for you. If you’re completely stuck on how to proceed, or just can’t be bothered, you can now hit Surprise Me whenever you have to make a decision and Billie will choose one at random.
So Candy writer wasn’t specific about the exact diseases we can expect to see in Billie post-update, but it did mention something about us using our imagination. There’s also a new disease system that lets you see the exact symptoms your Billie character is experiencing in all of their nasty glory.
Well over a year after its debut, Billie has made Candy writer quite a household name in the app world. Recommended for players aged 17 and up, Billie is a life simulator where you can make the best (or worst) possible decisions for your Citizens, or virtual humans, guiding their lives from the cradle to the grave, and if you’re a paid player, guiding the lives of their children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and so on, for as long as you wish.
Billie version 1.30 is all about the Mind & Body menu, and with this new patch, several new features have been added, including one that could help your Citizens become better fighters, and another that could increase their intelligence faster than ever before. As specified by Candy writer in the official change log, the new update promises a fundamental change to the Billie user experience.
To put it simply, the “redesigned game elements” described in the change log are the new-look interfaces that are now more colorful and graphically striking, as opposed to the more bare-bones designs favored in previous versions. Instead, “all-new people” refers to redesigned Citizen faces, instead of the limited, more minimalist options that were included in previous versions.
Back in previous versions of Billie, getting sick was very cut-and-dry, yet also quite alarming, especially for diseases and illnesses that hit your Citizens without any precedent, such as having unprotected sex for STDs or working at extremely high (red) stress levels for high blood pressure. First off, you will be taken to a dialog box that sometimes (but not always) specifies the actual disease on top, followed by a quick description of the symptoms you’re experiencing.
We really don’t recommend going that route, as choosing such band-aid remedies (if you can even call it that) might lead your Citizen to an early grave for ignoring something that’s actually serious! Also, bear in mind that you STILL may be notified of an illness without any kind of warning, especially if your Citizens start suffering from depression without you taking the time to cheer them up through a movie, a workout, etc.
Once you’ve reached the highest possible belt, you can continue taking Martial Arts classes, but you won’t learn any new moves or become a better fighter. At that point, the benefits will largely be Health and Athleticism-related, so taking a Martial Arts class even if you’ve reached the highest possible belt does still have its perks.
They’ll probably take it that you’re giving up too early on your existing discipline and would naturally want to avoid wasting their money. At this point, Citizens still do not come with heights and weights, so there’s no way of telling whether your virtual characters are skinny, fat, or right in between.
But the new Billie update has introduced something that could add more realism to your Citizens’ day-to-day lives, and that’s the Diets feature, which can also be found under Mind & Body. We chose that option one time for a character that also had a bit of a drug problem, and his health stayed at close to 100 percent for several years…until he, rather surprisingly, overdosed.
Each diet you choose has an accompanying annual cost, so you may want to keep that in mind if you’re on a budget and don’t want to spend too much on food. Previous versions of Billie had many ways in which you could make your Citizens improve their Smarts stat.
We had to double-check our list of custom people (which mostly include actors, athletes, and TV characters from various series) to make sure that Hannah Montana wasn’t among the ones we had previously added. Just as usual, Candy writer is on top of everything pop culture-related, as we mentioned earlier, and we did encounter some scenarios related to the recent Oscars, including one that asked us what we think about Eminem’s surprise performance at the ceremonies.
Besides an accidental death, you can still do some things on your own to ensure that you live a long life, Billie. In this article, we have compiled a complete guide on what to do for a longer life span in Billie.
One thing you can do to keep your character active throughout the life cycle is to go for a stroll daily. Additionally, you should also do some sort of meditation, and maintain and increase your looks bar, start going to the gym too.
These three simple habits in Billie will go a long way in ensuring that you get a longer lifespan. Moving on, occasional visits to the physician for regular health check-up also helps maintain a healthier lifestyle for your character.
Now to maintain your health bar, make sure that you keep enough money in your old age to pay regular visits to your doctor. Also, a healthier diet with vegetables starting from the age of 50 will make sure that you end up consuming only healthy food.