MCCC sims 4
With the MC Control module, you can give limited commands to NPC Sims as if they were active Sims. These commands take the form of things that two Sims do together. But not every interaction is possible. The commands you added from other custom mods won’t show up.
Start The Sims 4 by opening Origin. When you get there, go to the Menu and choose Game Options, followed by Other. Check the boxes next to Enable Custom Content and Mods and Script Mods Allowed in this box. When you start the game, you should see a pop-up that tells you about MCCC.
A Woohoo Skill that can affect both friendly and romantic relationships in good and bad ways. A “Drink Birth Control” interaction that can be used on active Sims to cut in half the chance of having a baby with either “Risky Woohoo” or “Try for Baby.”
Since MC Command Center uses script files, you need to turn them on in your game. Go to the Game Options screen, click the Other tab, check the boxes for “Enable Custom Content and Mods” and “Script Mods Allowed,” and then click Apply Changes.
The MC Command Center is a great mod that adds story progression, turns off culling, and lets you change a lot of the game’s settings. You can let it run in the background and quietly update your unplayed families, or you can make it do something.
Once you get to your computer, you will see a new command called “MC Command Center.” Click on this and then go to MC Woohoo > MC Pregnancy > Risky Woohoo Percent. If you click this and change the value, Woohooing will be enough to get pregnant instead of having to click “Try for baby.”
If the mod shows up in the Custom Content section but not when you click on Sims or computers on a lot, one of the most likely reasons is that you don’t have the right version of the mod for the version of The Sims 4 that you’re playing.
2022.3 is the most recent public release of MCCC/MC Woohoo. Version 2022.3.1 is a quick fix for 2022.3 that fixes a few things.