The Sims Depot is not the only site dedicated to the Sims 1. Because the Sims is still being played by so many people around the world, there are dozens of amazing websites, Yahoo! groups and communities on the web still hosting a large number of tools, objects, skins and tutorials for Sims 1 fans such as yourself. Below are the best of the bunch.
Sims 1 Websites
Objects and Decor:
- 7 Deadly Sims
Features cars, arcade machines, and other cool and unique items. a large number in a "shabby chic" theme. Note: parts of this site are down, so to get access to the objects hosted there, visit it through the Wayback Machine.
- Atelier Quebec
Build objects and furnishings, largely in an Oriental theme.
- Boudoir Blanc
Furnishings, build objects, and some special theme sets, including "steampunk" and "aquarium."
- Dincer Hepguler
Beautiful furniture and decor, particularly antiquities like vases and ancient sculpture.
- Ferndale Sims
Decorative gardening objects
- Moni's Sims
Objects, walls, build objects, and houses, including gabled roofs and roof textures.
- Persimmon Grove
Country and gardening-themed objects, such as greenhouses
- SIMcredible! Designs
Stylish, modern-style furniture sets
- Madoria's World of Sims 1 Downloads
Lots of build and hacked objects, such as the "DishwasherNPC" and "SuperSculptures."
- Magic Sims
Contains loads of decor and objects, but a few interesting hacked objects under "Miscellaneous" section.
- Marina's Sims
Many build objects here, including "pool tiles," hacked rugs to make your pool look more realistic
- Secret Society of Woobsha
Large variety of hacked, as well as regular build objects
One of the most famous Sims 1 websites for hacked objects, Simlogical has lockable doors, enabling players to assign doors to specific sims.
- Some Sim Things
Many interesting hacked objects here, including "No Newspaper Please." Also has converted objects from The Sims Online and Sims 2.
Large number of skins and heads here, many in vintage and historical styles like Baroque, Renaissance, Edwardian, 1920s and 1950s.
- CORRY'S Factory
Japanese and English site containing anime, manga and Asian skins.
- Magnolia Sims
Exotic, historical skins, such as Ancient Roman, 1920s, Egyptian, and Celtic
- Milky Sims
Many fashionable, hip skins for men, women and children, as well as meshes.
- Sims of the World
Multicultural, historical skins
- Sim Freaks
Huge collection of skins and meshes, many in some interesting themes, such as Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Medieval and uniforms.
Japanese and English site offering Japanese-themed skins and SimPose libraries. Includes two characters from Gantz.
- Sims Pit
Japanese and English site providing unusual skins based on anime characters.
Everything from A to Z:
- Around the Sims
Long-running French and English site with a large collection of objects, including sets in the following special themes: cellar, architect's office, dark room and fashion studio.
- Ess Sims
Skins in interesting themes such as kimono, 1960s and fairy wings. Also has a large number of build objects and room sets.
Objects, skins, and walls/ floors
- Shiny Things
Heads, skins, objects, textures, themes
- Sophisticated Sims
Skins, themes, and houses
- Voyage Sims
Variety of walls, sets, and furnishings
- XM Sims
Skins and objects
Yahoo! Saving the Sims Groups
When many popular Sims 1 sites closed, quite a few of them were re-uploaded with full permission by their authors to Yahoo Groups. There are literally 100s of groups, so below I will list those for the more well known TS1 sites. You are free, of course, to continue looking for more groups at Yahoo! Groups by searching with the keywords, "sims 1" or "saving the sims".
- Livin-it-Up @ Yahoo! Groups:
Livin-it-up was one of the largest and most popular sites back in the day, offering everything from skins to decorative cars:
- Simbella @ Yahoo! Groups:
An archive of Sim objects from the Simbella website
- Coconut Hut @ Yahoo! Groups:
An archive of objects from the Coconut Hut
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