How to Make a Sim Fall Instantly in Love With You in Sims 3
By K.C. Moore
Updated September 22, 2017
Romance is a crucial gameplay aspect in the life-simulation game "The Sims 3." Sims can fall in love with any other Sim, regardless of the gender and even woo Sims that are already in a relationship. However, Sims also require compatibility to begin a romantic relationship. Sims that have a negative relationship score with your Sim or are in committed relationships with other Sims are more difficult to attract. If you want to play matchmaker for your Sims and do not want to spend the extra time building the relationship, use cheat codes to force the Sims to instantly fall in love.
Open the cheat command console by holding down the "Shift," "Ctrl" and "C" keys on your keyboard.
Type in the cheat code "testingcheatsenabled true" without quotations and press "Enter." This will enable the testing cheats, which allow you to manipulate various game functions, including relationship levels.
Click on the Sim you want your Sim to fall in love with and select the "Friendly Introduction" social option. This allows your Sim to meet the other Sim if they have not done so already.
Open your Sim's relationship menu and click on the relationship meter for the Sim you want to fall in love with. Drag the relationship bar over so that it is completely full. This will make the relationship between the two Sims strong enough to move on to the next step.
Click on the Sim you want to fall in love with and select any romantic interactions. Because the relationship level is now as high as it can be, romantic interactions are guaranteed to work. To take the romantic relationship to the next level choose options like "Propose" and "Get Married" from the romantic interactions menu.
Type the cheat code "testingcheatsenabled false" into the cheat command console to disable the testing cheats.
Child Sims cannot fall in love, no matter how high the relationship, and teen Sims can only fall in love with other teen Sims.
K.C. Moore has been writing professionally since 2008. He has contributed to "Eye on Life," Kingdom Hearts Ultimania and several online publications. Moore has also worked professionally as a game adviser for Blockbuster Video since 2004. Moore is a graduate of Central Michigan University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in English with a concentration in creative writing.