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After 8 days, the child grows into a teenager, and will live 15 days before changing into an adult. An elder will eventually die; the length of this final stage depends on the aspiration bar when they become an elder.Babies, toddlers, children, teens, and adults can be advanced to their next life stage at any time during the 24 Sim hours before they will grow up automatically. Toddlers, children, teens, and adults can use the "Grow Up" self-interaction.

All Sims age, and can live to 90 sim days depending on the degree to which their aspirations are fulfilled.Instead of having to choose from already finished faces which include hair, it is now possible to alter the facial structure (e.g.widening the nose, thinning the lips, elongating the chin, etc.) and choose any hairstyle to go with it.Clicking the button labeled "Create A Sim" will expand a tab which has the "Create a Sim" and "Make a Child" icons."Make a Child" will be grayed out unless the family contains an adult male and adult female.Veronaville's characters are based on Shakespearean characters.

The Sims 2 was released on September 14, 2004 for Microsoft Windows. Eight expansion packs and nine stuff packs were subsequently released.

During Pregnancy, the belly does not expand gradually. Babies can also be adopted by calling the social worker on the phone, even by single parents or same-gender couples.

The baby will change into a toddler in 3 days, and 4 more days for the toddler to change into a child.

Some expansion packs have new mini-games, like running a Greek house in University or dating in Nightlife.

In Nightlife, each date is a challenge to keep both Sims as happy as possible while accumulating aspiration points.

If the University expansion pack is installed, teens have the option to go to college, where they will be young adults for approximately 24 days. Players will need to build up talent badges, skills and relationships with other people, so that they can be successful in their career.