Once you are on the main menu screen, you will have a whole wealth of things to view or options to change. In this menu, you will see a default random event pop up where you can change all the text provided.
Candy writer even mentioned that any good scenarios are likely to be included in a future update. Once you have finished typing out all your options and scenario description, and you have double-checked for spelling mistakes, now you can share your masterpiece.
Clicking this button again will allow you to save a copy of your scenario, as well as share to various social media platforms. If you have no one to share your creations with, the active community on Reddit would be a good place to start.
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.
For those looking to commit specialized crimes in Billie, the Mafia is looking to recruit worthwhile candidates into their family. Joining the family does mean you sign over every to be with them, and you’ll be expected to perform a variety of crimes.
© Provided by GamePurWhen you’re ready to join a Mafia, it’s a little easier than trying to find them out on the street. When you become 18 years old, click on the “Occupation” tab, and scroll down until you find the special careers' category.
You’ll also want to raise your stats as high as possible to ensure you’re a worthy candidate to join the Mafia family. Many of us Billie players have been wondering about the recent additions to the game.
It includes links to all of our other guides, where we’ve covered pretty much every aspect of this awesome game. A prenup is short for a prenuptial agreement where individuals can protect their assets before entering a marriage.
So if you had a vast fortune, let’s say you had recently won the lottery, you would want a prenup to protect what is already yours. Think of it as an agreement that protects an individual from losing wealth or property if they were to enter a divorce.
We don’t need to delve any deeper than this, just know tubal ligation is a female vasectomy. So if you want one, just go to the fertility section in activities, it’s usually a couple of thousand dollars.
They transfer the fertilized egg (embryo) back to the womb to grow and develop like a normal pregnancy. If you want IVF then go to the fertility section in activities, it is normally around $10,000 for this procedure.
The amazing Billie : Life Simulator just received a brand-new update with a bunch of nice new features, including the introduction of Ribbons in the game. Original article follows below, with details for the first 11 ribbons available to unlock.
These ribbons can be considered achievements in the game, as they reward you for the way you live your life. But in today’s article, we’re going to cover them all in our complete guide to ribbons in Billie : Life Simulator.
Have in mind that you can only get 1 ribbon per life, even if you somehow end up meeting the requirements for getting more. A way to keep track of your ribbons is to select the “Haunt this game” option when your character in Bit life dies, which will save the gravestone in the Cemetery.
With these in mind, let’s see how to unlock all ribbons in Billie : Life Simulator ! Just tap the “Activities” button, then scroll all the way to the bottom and choose “End Life”.
Academic : Somewhat the opposite of Mediocre, in order to get this you have to focus a lot on studying, so study hard each year in school, complete the college and keep your smarts high during the game, following a job that takes advantage of those smarts! Hero : The opposite of Scandalous, you’ll have to be a very good person in order to get this one.
Getting a job with the military apparently helps a lot if you want to get this ribbon in Billie. Loaded : A really difficult one to get, as you need to end your life with at least $20 million net worth.