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The Future, actually in Sims 3. Yes, there are limits, but there are also great possibilities. I will now start to work on a new blog for Sims 3, and I promise, one day Windle will resurface there. This site will remain online, for inspiration and the downloads and all, but I doubt there will be more updates about Windle in its old version - I will never say never, though. I understand if this is disappointing, but I have to follow my heart and my urge to play, hehe - and that is in Sims 3, now.
I will post the link to my new blog here as soon as I have it set up. Thanks again for all kind words about Windle and all the great feedback from you all these two years.


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Windle was such an inspiration for me ! Thanks to let the site remain online, though, and I hope you'll eventually come back here since it's such the greatest hood online ever ! You're such a builder and I love your world. You helped me re-playing my RKC hood and inspired me in so many ways. And I can't wait to see what you're going to do with TS3 even if I think this game is nothing but crap.

at 6/11/2009 9:17

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It will of course take some time before we can customize Sims3 like we have been able with Sims2 - especially with historical hoods, which need som much more, like historical vehicles and such. BUT I have great hopes for Sims3 - shouldnt EA by now realize that we are a lot of people who want to play "Old Time Sims", if judging by the TONS of custom contents with historical theme that were created? In the Sims3 base game there are very few medieval items, and as they made a Castle set for the Sims2 Store not long ago - I have some blind hope for an expansion/stuff set/ store set with medieval historical things. For now, I am recreating some of the well known Windle families for Sims3 and the plan is to see how their lives turn out in a more modern, but still rural, Windle. I am also (of course) building a castle..
Ingeli at 6/11/2009 13:01

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Ingeli, I've enjoyed your site so much.  You have been an inspiration.  I am looking forward to reading your Sims 3 blog, but I will truly miss your updates here.

(Simmington Hills)
at 6/14/2009 0:14

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Thank you for leaving your site up! I lost my neighborhood in a hard drive crash but have an old copy but without your downloads. I am so happy I found your site again!

I too have been playing Sims 3 but I don't yet see a way to make it a medieval world. I am eagerly awaiting the custom content and mods that will make it possible.

In the meantime, I play modern and think about redoing my Sims 2 medieval hood.
at 7/27/2009 7:27

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Sorry to see the end of Windle. you pushed a lot of boundaries here, and inspired many others to do more with their games.

All the best!
at 7/31/2009 12:34

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I want to thank you for being a wonderful inspiration, Ingeli (thank you thank you thank you!), and also for Robert Reese - he's enjoying his new life in Tinn, although Tinn doesn't get played very much. Just today, I posted a little tale about him on my livejournal, recapping his journey and following up on the story I posted about his arrival a long time ago. I thought you might like to read it, so here it is:

I hope you are getting somewhere with your TS3 game, and I would like to see what you're going to do with it. Wishing you the best of luck!
at 8/24/2009 19:18