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Home Guide The Sims Medieval - Lessons in capsule form - Visual
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Written by CriCri Wednesday, 02 March 2011 00:00
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The Sims Medieval - Lessons in capsule form
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Visual

The Sims' God, that is the player himself, is called "The Watcher" because is the one who knows and sees everything.
The tools Medieval offers the Watcher are several, and there are many ways you can interact with them: visual controllers, mouse and keyboard.
According to the mode you're using, the options can change.
There are four modes regarding the visual: The Eye of the Watcher, Follow my Sim, Interior, Exploration.
Here they are:
- Eye of the Watcher: takes the visual to the center of the kingdom. It's great when you want to cross the whole realm quickly. There are controllers for rotating the view.
- Follow my Sim: links the visual to your selected Sim and moves along with him/her. The best way to find your Sims in the kingdom! There are rotation and zoom controllers.
- Interior: gives a perspective view of the buildings' interior. It's the only way for you to see where your Sims live. You can rotate, scroll and zoom the view.
- Exploration: it's a limitless mode that allows you to explore the kingdom. It's great if you want to see the sunrise on the beach or look at the kingdom from the gate. There are rotation, scrolling and zoom controllers.

See you tomorrow with the last chapter of this article!

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Last Updated on Thursday, 24 March 2011 12:17