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. Strolls & Speed Walks Presumably, these activities will have a positive impact on your health, but we also kind of hope that they lead to unique encounters too.
Redesigned game elements Tons more text Gobs more graphics Blasted more bugs 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.
But if you want to get your Citizens’ Health and Athleticism stats up once they turn 12-years-old onward, you can have them enroll in a Martial Arts course, under the Mind & Body section. The higher your belt is, the more effective you will become, though that also increases the chances of accidentally killing your target and possibly landing in jail for manslaughter.
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. For one, there was the organic, old-fashioned way, where making smart decisions and allowing your Citizens to mature could boost the stat.
We all know how difficult it is to complete New Year’s Resolutions in real life but it is quite easy in Billie. To complete Resolution Challenge in Billie, you simply need to do a few things in the same year.
To do so, you will need to head into Activities and then Mind & Body section and select the gym option from the menu. The third thing you need to do is go into the Mind and & Section and then select the book option from the menu.
The next thing you need to do complete the Resolution challenge in Billie is to go into the Mind and Body section and Tao in the Meditate option. The last thing you need to do is go into the Activities section and scroll down until you see an option ‘Nightlife’.
A professional athlete’s life takes a lot of hard work, and Billie requires quite a bit of dedication for you to earn your time in the spotlight. To become a professional athlete, you want to focus on increasing your character’s look and health as early as possible before they reach college.
When they become 18, you can choose to change their diet to assist with this, but making sure they hit the gym and go on walks often is an excellent way to keep the health stat high. Once you graduate, you gain the option to apply for the open draft, and based on your skill, a team will randomly pick you.
From there, it’s all about practicing, watching your skill at the position you choose in your sport, potentially being traded to other teams, and working at the professional level. In this tutorial, we will show you how to complete the Dog House Challenge in Billie.
One of the major reasons why this game has quickly scaled the popularity charts is directly attributed to the plethora of things that it has to offer. Right from the time of your birth, to the journey to your grave, the possibilities are endless.
These include the ability to become a dentist, chef, farmer, social media star, or even the President or Prime Minister of the country. Add it to the fact that it gets regularly gets blessed with new challenges, and you get a complete all-round package.
While that might not be quite difficult, but the everyday caring of these dogs is really a tough job. Finally, make sure to name each of these dogs starting with a different character.
Let’s check out all these three requirements that are part of the Dog House Challenge in Billie. This is because right from adopting these dogs to making sure of there health, there’s quite a lot of money that you might require.
In the meantime, make sure that you are learning enough to provide a healthy lifestyle to your dogs. In this regard, healthy foods, a walk down the park and take them to the vet for a regular checkup should go a long way in keeping their health and life and happiness meter up to the desired level.
Just keep a note of the above-mentioned points and you should have no issues in completing the Dog House Challenge in Billie. The truth is, most of the popular diets of the moment are truly restrictive: Many veto dieters and those who have attempted Whole30 can easily tell you how hard it is to completely eradicate food groups from your daily routine.
Hydrate : “It's the very first thing you can do for your body, and believe it or not, being dehydrated could tie into why you're having issues on a diet in the first place,” Lassos says. Much in line with current recommendations, Lassos says you'll need to work your way through at least six to eight cups each day, and you may need more depending on how active you are.
Keep sugar levels in check by focusing on your coffee order, what you eat for breakfast, cutting out soda and other sugary drinks, and choosing smart desserts. Hit the gym : Supercharging your diet to run on the leanest sources of fuel (i.e. less empty calories) is only half the battle.
While you'll enjoy lean proteins such as salmon nearly every day, you can indulge in better-for-you sources of saturated fats (cheese and some cured meats included). “Its old school, and the saying is true: If it ain't broke, don't fix it,” Lassos says of the Volumetric diet, another favorite of health experts in years past.
Since it's based on the volume of your meals, people often feel like they're eating quite a lot, which is good for dieters who can't fight hunger pangs. Lassos says the evidence presented by Barbara Rollins, PhD, the author behind The Ultimate Volumetric Diet, is more than solid.
And the ketogenic diet was largely designed, interestingly enough, as a form of treatment for pediatric epilepsy in the 20th century, Lassos says. For those of you who don't know, manipulating your body into ketosis requires you to vastly restrict almost all sources of lean protein and almost all carbohydrates (fruits, veggies, and legumes included).
Lassos highlights the following three diets as being bad choices for long-term, sustained weight loss, but she also agrees that there are some lessons hiding beneath all the glossy photos of their successes. Adopting the meal plans may serve you well, but you shouldn't try to actively change the pH levels in your body with certain ingredients.
Duran diet : Because it requires you to completely restrict multiple food groups and doesn't consider calorie counts in the slightest, Lassos immediately questions the validity of this program (not to mention a lack of published clinical research on its effectiveness). There are countless rules to follow on the Duran diet, but if there's one thing you can take away, it's that lean proteins can be quite filling.
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