Sims, The - Medieval
..\Electronic Arts\The Sims Medieval\GameData\Shared\NonPackaged\Ini
Then open Commands.ini
These have to be done from the cheat console. To bring up the console, hit Ctrl+Shift+C. Type in the following codes for the corresponding cheat:
1,000 Simoleons – kaching
50,000 Simoleons – motherlode
FPS Counter – fps on (to disable, type fps off)
Full Screen – fullscreen on
Hide Sims Thought Bubbles – hideheadlineeffects on (to disable, type hideheadlineeffects off)
Llama Mode – enablellamas on (to disable, type enablellamas off)
Re-Roll Current Quests – rerollquests
Set Resources – SetKP # (example: SetKP 100)
Set Quest Points – SetQP # (example: SetQP 100)
Window Mode – fullscreen off
Change Light Color and Options – In Furnishing mode, hover over a light fixture and press Ctrl+Shift on your keyboard. It will bring up a couple options, like to turn off the light, light sensitivity, and color.
Partial Floor Pattern – In Furnishing mode, selec the floor pattern you want. Press and hold the Shift button over the floor panel you want to cover. When you left click while holding shift, you’ll be able to place a partial floor pattern instead of filling the entire square.
Funny how it's been over a decade, and still nobody knows if the Llama Mode actually does anything in the Sims. Would have been cool if Medieval would have llamas walking around, spitting at people (llamas were the spitters, right?).