The Sims 3: Barnacle Bay

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How to activate:

  • Log in to the Sims 3 community website using your Origin email and password:
  • Select the "Redeem a Code" option under the sub-menu
  • Click on "Redeem a Code"

Whether your Sim is charming their way to the front of the club line or dancing the night away, have them dress to express with the Date Night collection!

Your Sim can be the life of the party with the flirty cocktail dresses, mesh and leather, or sparkly rave apparel. Dress for the blackjack table and soak in the nightlife with stunning new attire.

Live the island life in Barnacle Bay! Your Sims will enjoy stunning beaches, parks, campgrounds, and a curiously modern downtown. Whether they’re meeting new Sims or uncovering the community’s secrets, life at the seaside is full of surprises! A New World Awaits—Escape to Barnacle Bay today!

  • Meet new Sims, discover the world’s secrets, and grab a bite to eat at Hogan’s Deep Sea Diner.
  • Discover the mysterious Barnacle Bay lore by exploring the abandoned piers of Founder’s Beach and the relics found within the Goldbeard Galleon Gallery
  • Explore the mystery hidden in Pirate’s Hideaway or meet new Sims at The Wanderer’s Watering Hole
  • Enrich your Sims and their lives in all-new ways with 18 exclusive items only available in Barnacle Bay
  • The Barnacle Bay Retail Pack includes premium content!
  • Buccaneer’s Bounty Set

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