As fun as The Sims 4 is, it\u2019s no secret that the game is clunky, and certain tasks to get your sims to where they want to be in life can be time-consuming. Whether you want an easier experience, you want to make a bunch of virtual lives better (or more miserable), or you want to make your Sims the richest people in the world, there are a few must-use cheats that can make a world of difference. To get all of these cheats going, step one is pulling up the cheat bar. You can pull it up in the following ways: For PC: Hold down Ctrl + Shift, then hit CFor Mac: Hold Command + Shift, then hit CPS4 + X-Box: Hold all four bumper buttons at once Most cheats also require the added step of enabling the cheats in the first place. To do that, enter either \u201ctestingcheats true," \u201ctestingcheats on,\u201d or \u201ctestingcheats enabled.\u201d There\u2019s no true difference, but every computer seems to be different with which option works. Once that's set up, the fun can begin. Get rich quick It\u2019s the old classic that\u2019s been around since The Sims 2, and it solves a bunch of your Sims\u2019 problems immediately. Entering \u201cmotherlode\u201d into the cheat bar instantly gives your sims 50,000 simoleans per entry. Not only will your sims want for nothing for the rest of their lives, but if you have a sim whose primary aspiration is to be rich: Congratulations, you\u2019ve achieved it in one click. If you want to casually work up to having your Sims rolling in money, entering "kaching" or "rosebud" will add 1,000 simoleons per entry. It's free real estate Entering \u201cFreeRealEstate on\u201d into the bar eliminates the headache that is having your brand new Sim family moving into the cheapest house with the worst conditions from the start. Enter the command in the neighborhood view, and once you return to whatever family you want to upgrade, have them move, and you\u2019ve got all the fancy vacant lots available. Or you can combine your new family with a pre-existing one. Edit relationships Sims' relationships are based on a point system, with If you\u2019re not up for spending hours on hours of having your Sims tell bad jokes, pickup lines, embracing, and asking risque questions, there\u2019s a cheat for that. The highest amount of relationship points you can get is 100. So if you want to add points to the friendship, type in the command as follows: Modifyrelationship LTR_Friendship_MainIf you want to change their level of romance, it\u2019s the same, but swap out LTR_Friendship_Main with \u201cRomance_Main." That's a lot of words coming at you, so as an example, your options should look like this if you were playing as John Smith and wanted to give him good standing with Jane Doe. Using upper and lowercase letters do seem to matter, so keep an eye on that: modifyrelationship John Smith Jane Doe 100 LTR_Friendship_Mainmodifyrelationship John Smith Jane Doe 100 Romance_Main If you're hankering to have your Sim make some enemies, just as you can add to your friendship and romance points, you can take them away. All that requires is making the point value a negative number. Editing Sims after creating them If you\u2019re not a fan of how your Sims look after Create a Sim, or you\u2019re no longer feeling their career, marriage, housemates, etc., there\u2019s a fix for that too. First, enter \u201ccas.fulleditmode\u201d in the bar. Then select the Sim you want to edit (hold Shift + click on the Sim for PC, press and hold O, then hit X while holding O on PS4, Press and hold B then hit A while still holding B for X-Box One.) The menu will come up with options to edit your sim in Create-a-Sim, edit their marriage, remove them from a family, or even stop the decay of their needs, or simply make them happy. Enjoy your new god status. Place objects anywhere Entering \u201cbb.moveobjects on\u201d into the bar allows you to do just that- move any object in your lot anywhere- and I do mean anywhere, clipping and all. It's good for designing houses, but if there's too little space between objects when it comes to something your Sims can interact with, they'll still think something is in the way, preventing them from doing so. Now you never have to deal with the glitchy "can't be placed near a wall\u201d or \u201ccan\u2019t intersect with other objects\u201d error message ever again.