Game crashes 7 or 8
Around 15 hours doing research
40+ hours building the house
30+ hours playing to get things upgrated and to add special items
This building was full of problems. I couldn't start building in the beginning, because my Launcher didn't work and I couldn't download the base.. Luckily lovely ciane
helped me by counting the lenghts of the building so that I could build it myself. After that it all went well, I dumped the lot somewehere to build, flattened the ground and started building. For some reason, at some point I wanted to move the lot to the place where I wanted to take the pictures. Saved it and packed it, just if something goes wrong...
... And this is what happened. The original lot was flattened to the highest point of the lot, and when moved to other spot, it became a hill with very pointy corners. I flattened the lot again. The ground obeyed, but roofs and windows etc. did not follow. Then I tried to undone the harm, but as you see, it wasn't possible. I deleted the lot and put it back again and started a huge work trying to make the ground soft, useable and nice looking. Eventually, I'm quite happy with this accident.
I tried to add columns to the cornes of the house to make it look more fancy, but the work was awfull and the results weren't what I wanted.
Those flower bushes don't have any trunks! I tried hiding the lack of them behind fencing, but I didn't like it. Then I found a flower vase that fits to looks like the roses has roots ;)
I had wild horses greeting me once when I got back to building.
The Victorian doors had an odd grey line in it that I couldn't fix.
Mysteriously floating tent bags on the second floor ceiling.
Roofs that moved up and down by them selves.
Inaccesable garden. I had to take down my nice little fences!
Invisible doors. Luckily they seem okay walls up and are useable.
These are only the problems I had pictures of. I hated choosing curtains because the range was too limited. In CAS the colour code taken from something was completely different in some other furniture. Ah, I'm so glad it's done, even with it's faults! :)