While playing the game, press [Ctrl] + [Shift] + C to display the console window. Then, type one of the following codes and press [Enter] to activate the corresponding cheat function:
|Display most cheats||help|
|1,000 more Simoleons||Kaching|
|50,000 more Simoleons||Motherlode|
|Set quest points||setQP [number]|
|Set resources and renown||setKP [number]|
|Unlock all quests||ShowAllQuests|
|Randomize available quests||RerollQuests|
|Toggle objects can be placed anywhere in Buy/Build mode [Note 1]||moveObjects [on or off]|
|Disable "Clothing" category filters||DisableClothingFilter|
|Objects fade when camera gets close to them||fadeObjects [on or off]|
|Toggle "Llamas" warning icons [Note 2]||enablellamas [on or off]|
|Toggle frame rate display||fps|
|Toggle full screen||fullscreen|
Note 1: This code allows you to delete objects that normally cannot be removed (for example, Sims, mailbox, garbage can). However, you cannot get those objects back. Also, when the code is used on a Sim with the "good" trait, a halo will appear on their head when you exit Buy/Build mode.
Note 2: "Llamas" are the triangular warning signs that appear with some messages.
Note: This procedure involves editing a game file; create a backup copy of the file before proceeding. Use a text editor to edit the "Commands.ini" file in the "\Program Files\Electronic Arts\The Sims Medieval\GameData\Shared\NonPackaged\Ini" directory after turning off its "Read Only" attribute. To do this, Right-click the "Commands.ini" file, select "Properties", and uncheck "Read Only". Then, open the file with a text editor, change the "TestingCheatsEnabled=0" line to "TestingCheatsEnabled=1", and save the file. Start the game, and you will now be able to click and drag the Hunger, Energy, and Relationship bars to the left or right to adjust their values. Additionally, you can press [Ctrl] + [Shift] + C, and type "help" at the console window to display additional cheats that are now available.
Press [Ctrl] + [Shift] in Furnish mode, and scroll over a light. The pointer should now resemble an asterisk. Click the light to bring up the "Turn off light", "Set Intensity", and "Change color" detailed light options.
Select a floor pattern in Furnish mode. Hold [Shift] while hovering over the active floor, and Click to place a partial floor pattern. This allows you to place floor patterns in partial sections instead of entire grid squares.