Pottersville Lite is a pared down version of Pottersville 1.0 and Pottersville 2.0 that is meant to work on mid-range systems. Keep in mind that this will be a world on the large side, but it should work better on mid-range systems than the other versions.
What’s Different in Pottersville Lite:
A large number of residential and commercial lots were removed, dropping the count down from 195 to 182 (whew!).
A rabbithole–the Holy Cow hybrid combo lot (hospital and science lab)–was swapped out for a science lab.
A gobo light was removed from the Los Suenos Club, because it was stopping sims from playing pool.
- There are a few minor cosmetic tweaks.
Below are the specs and some other important information you need to know:
- COMPUTER SPECS:
Pottersville Lite is a large world with 182 lots and over 100 sims. Because it’s large, it’s not recommended for computers that can’t handle large worlds. The Sims Depot highly recommends at least a 4GB RAM quadcore CPU and using any one of the popular mods (like Overwatch) to get a handle on things.
- MOST IMPORTANT EPS (ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY):
Late Night, Showtime, Seasons and Ambitions. The bulk of Pottersville is built around these EPs, particularly the downtown area.
- NEXT MOST IMPORTANT:
Generations, World Adventures and Pets, which were used to decorate lots and model sims with.
- OPTIONAL, BUT GOOD TO HAVE:
Island Paradise, for the routing and a small handful of items at the public pools.
Riverview from the Sims 3 store CC: Completely CC-free! It doesn’t even use Registration Rewards, so you can breathe easy!
The Sims Depot needs help for webhosting. Please consider donating if you find this site useful. Thank you!