But rather than just one single addition, some people are looking for ways to make welcome two or three new members to their family. But the ability to have twins and triplets in Billie is proving to be an altogether different challenge in itself.
Today, we will be listing out all the requirements that need to be met from you and your partner’s end to achieve the aforementioned quest. The first one is having the birth the normal way and hoping that it might be a twin or a triplet.
However, that is completely based on luck with the probability on the lower side. Some users have even tried this for continuously three-four eyes but weren’t able to achieve success.
While both these methods have a much higher chance of offering twins and triplets in Billie, it comes with its fair share of issues as well. If it fails to give out the desirable results, then you will have to wait for a year and then retry it.
Trying to get pregnant with three kids isn't easy, and in this game it's particularly simple to do either! You will need to do quite a bit of baby having to make it happen, so be prepared for repeating the same process over and over again.
To have triplets in Billie, you will want to be after the age of 40 and go to the Fertility option under Activities. Once there you will select the IVF option and hopefully get pregnant.
There is a trick to making this go a lot faster and that is closing the Billie app over and over again to reset what happens. Keep doing this until it succeeds and you can then close the prompt to basically set that it has happened.
Now that you know you are pregnant, you will want to age up and see what kind of pregnancy it ends up being. I was able to get it to work in about 5 – 10 minutes, so this method makes it a lot faster.
You have a lot of freedom in Billie, the mobile game simulator, where you can do almost anything with zero consequences. You can even find yourself going to jail, where you later have to break out or modifying the settings in God Mode, where you can change a person’s willpower.
You can do Artificial Insemination in same-sex marriages, which have a lower chance of arguing with your partner. The option for IVF shows up if you and your partner are struggling to have a child in the game.
If they do agree by going several conversations, you and your partner have a much higher chance of your offspring being twins or even triplets. If you’re attempting to have any twins or triplets, though, continue down these two routes to make it possible.
We're taking a look at some tips and tricks to complete the Billie Influencer Challenge! Take your social media game to the next level by posting frequently and trying to go viral.
Once you find a life that has a high looks percentage, then you should just go ahead and start living it up. Go ahead and sign up for each of the platforms and start posting immediately.
I generally go with generic stuff like dance or challenge videos, but try to stick with one. I get the sense that whatever you post most will often continue to work for you, and if you stray into politics for example, you might not resonate with your followers.
Twitter seemed to be the one that you might want to avoid, because I got banned for Spam a couple of times when purchasing followers. Once you've reached a large amount of subscribers, then I'd stop buying them so you don't risk losing your account.
If you engage with them, they can lead to dire consequences of getting into fights or getting banned from the platform. Make sure to spend time with family and friends or head to the movies to boost your mood.
Location: Sector ZZ9 Plural Z Alpha I’ve been messing around with Bit life, and while it’s not serious hardcore game, it is an amusing little casual diversion, it’s basically an extremely simplified mostly text-based Sims... You control a “Citizen” from birth to death, making all the choices in their life, and have to live with the results of your decisions...
Donald Trump, Francis O’Rourke, Hillary Clinton, Dianne Feinstein, and Bill Gates, you’re on my Naughty List... Professor Stephen Hawking, Douglas Adams, Steve Jobs, Terry Pratchett, Jim Henson, Leonard NIMBY, you’re all going to live a pampered life...
Who will support his kids when he finally goes crazy? * the game doesn’t permit you to switch players mid game, so I couldn’t switch to Raven anyway...
Gutierrez> You probably shouldn't have helped us build it either... F!> I know, DUMB! I’ll chime in after I get a chance to play.
That’s not too much for a good mobile game; I’ve paid more for others in the past. I’m at work now so not in a position to fiddle with it, probably tonight.
Ah, this is like a modern version of Alter Ego. It was amusing for a while but it didn’t take long to realize that it’s extremely random.
The choices you make seem to have a negligible effect on your character. It’s like everything you do involves a roll of dice and so the choices don’t matter. You can definitely make long term changes; keep breaking the law and you’ll spend time in jail, work at improving relationships and people will like you more, focus on work on you’ll improve job performance and get promoted.
But when dilemmas come up and you have to react to them, it seems like there is no way to predict the result. I’ve played it long enough to determine this is less of a “game” and more of a life simulator.
I didn’t bother to upgrade to the ad-free version with more options because the game just can’t hold my interest. Not having a smartphone, I installed an Android emulator* so I could play this.
One of mine found a shopping cart full of magic mushrooms at a Gay Pride event and sold them. Too bad this guy's an Engineer III.
I'm also running a Khan Guinean Singh citizen who is only going to keep high-level stat children in the family, and adopt out “lesser” children, he is also only going to use the “hook up” option for maximum genetic diversity, at some point, he's probably going to have to emigrate from his home country as women will start rejecting him as he gets a reputation of being a “ladies man”...… A few citizens will be people I actively dislike, so I can try to ruin their lives as much as possible....
Gutierrez> You probably shouldn't have helped us build it either... F!> I know, DUMB! The randomness can be amusing, like a battalion of Swiss marines invading Libya, playing Beastie Boys over loudspeakers until the enemy surrendered. I want to see what the Exorcist career is like; I'm wondering if there are mini-games, like how Minesweeper is a mini-game for the military.
Seeing how far ahead the iOS version is compared to Android, I stopped at Best Buy to price iPads. Ended up returning that because I had too much trouble putting my iTunes library on it; it was supposed to be a replacement for my aging iPod.
I binged it yesterday; I'm on my 4th or 5th generation (the last two being adoptions, since the grandchildren I took over on my death were past childbearing). After playing for a few hours, it seemed pretty simplistic:My initial guy got up to about $1.2 million in net worth.
He was apparently too stupid to go to college (Smarts of 35%), but had a great career in the Air Force, retiring as a CMS earning $85K a year. My latest descendant is up to about $4 million.
Good tip about looks, Sky watcher. Despite my gripes (two more below), I'll probably still play it another 50 hours, so I don't mean to turn anyone away from the game. For example, to go to the gym takes (counting in my head) 4 actions.
Yes, there is a Favorites section, but it seems to only save you one action. * “you can't go to Community College while you are in the Air Force”.
It's very surprising they put this kind of blocks in, because certainly they are unrealistic. At first, I thought it might be they haven't modeled multiple activities happening concurrently, but that can't be true since your job, health, relationships, etc.
Not a huge deal, but the reality is that many, many people go to school part-time. My first life on the iPad went into law enforcement.
Gutierrez> You probably shouldn't have helped us build it either... F!> I know, DUMB! I had been planning to get another iPad; I missed messing around with Garage band and Billie & AI Dungeon plus the sale gave me reasons to finally get another.
The Android version, among other things, isn't yet capable of having legacy families. One life on the Android emulator really had bad luck: eyeball cancer plus her sister got caught in a terrorist blast and died. The Android version, among other things, isn't yet capable of having legacy families.
OK, I am apparently stupid, how the heck can I make the pregnant mom push me out? None of the arrow keys work, left click doesn't seem to do anything, right click brings up a nonsense menu and there seems to be no tutorial that says to make mom push, hit q or tab or control or whatever.
A quick tutorial would make a world of difference, as it is I am tempted to delete the bookmark and never go back, if it were a device, it would hit the wall followed by being introduced to a sledgehammer. I have very little patience for games with nonintuitive or unlabeled controls.