How to get shells in The Sims 4: Island Living


How to get shells in The Sims 4: Island Living

The great island of Sulani is a world in which we can enjoy a tropical paradise thanks to The Sims 4: Island Living expansion . Here we can find many novelties related to life in the sea, such as mermaids and mermen, scuba diving and special objects such as shells.

Although they may not look very relevant, shell collecting is a job that can generate additional income depending on its type of rarity. However, you have to know where to find them to benefit from them, so we leave you the complete guide to The Sims 4 that you need to obtain them.

Where and what are the shells in The Sims 4: Island Living?

The shells can be collected mainly on the surface or seas of Sulani. It is recommended to search directly in the water, since there are not many of them on the coasts. To be able to do this, you have to make sure you buy the diving equipment by clicking on a buoy. When you do this, you must go to a buoy that is in deep water and select the action "Dive in Search of ..." and then in "Dive in Search of Shells" . Next, we leave you the list of the types of shells that exist and their value in simoleons:

  • Yellow Conch (Common): 40 simoleons.
  • Pink Conch (Common): 50 Simoleons.
  • Yellow Scallop Shell (Common): 10 Simoleons.
  • Pink Scallop Shell (Common): 15 simoleons.
  • Small Red Shell (Common): 20 Simoleons.
  • Small Blue Shell (Common): 30 Simoleons.
  • Brown Moon Snail Shell (Uncommon): 80 Simoleons.
  • Blue Moon Snail Shell (Uncommon): 90 Simoleons.
  • Red Sea Urchin Shell (Uncommon): 60 Simoleons.
  • Blue Sea Urchin Shell (Uncommon): 70 Simoleons.
  • Common and Blue Moliente Conch (Unusual): 120 Simoleons.
  • Common and Purple Moliente Conch (Unusual): 130 Simoleons.

These would be all, and as you can see, the ones that give the most money are the Unusual type that can be obtained more frequently when having an advanced level of diving. With obtaining 10 of these you have practically 1000 insured simmoleons . 

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