How to Get the Golden Belt in Sim Girls
By Eric Benac
Updated September 22, 2017
“Sim Girls” is a dating game where players meet a wide variety of girls. They have 100 days to have one of the girls fall in love. There are many different activities in the game, including studying at school, working out and even fighting. Fighting becomes important if you want to impress girls, as all girls eventually want you to have the Golden Belt. Getting the Golden Belt requires beating the Bloody King, one of the most difficult fighters in the game to conquer.
Build up your strength stats by going to the gym for at least three hours every other game day. Don’t forget to go to school for your intelligence and the bar for your charisma stats. Neglecting these stats will make women uninterested in you, no matter how strong you’ve grown.
Spar with opponents at the fighting arena. Master the game controls here and earn strength and fighting abilities. Control your aim with the mouse and throw attacks with keyboard buttons.
Buy at least 50 coffees and 50 pills before the fight. These will give you energy boosts during the fight and help you last longer.
Go to bed early the day before you want to fight the Bloody King. A full day's rest will give you full energy and strength for the next day.
Fight the Bloody King. Aim for his head during the fight. He tends to neglect blocking his head and head shots can stun an enemy. Hold the cursor on his head and press the "Z" and "X" buttons repeatedly. Press the “D” button to block his attacks.
Press the "W" button when he is dazed throw the special head shot. This is a powerful head shot that is very slow and easily countered when he is not dazed. This should knock him down.
Click on the coffee or pills while he is down to refill your life bar. Hold the “D” button in case he gets up quickly. Repeat this process until he is defeated. You will win $3,000 and the Golden Belt.
Eric Benac began writing professionally in 2001. After working as an editor at Alpena Community College in Michigan and receiving his Associate of Journalism, he received a Bachelor of Science in English and a Master of Arts in writing from Northern Michigan University in Marquette.