The Sims 3: World Adventures [cheats]
Press Ctrl + Shift + C to display the console window and then enter one of the following case-sensitive codes (without the quotes) to enable the corresponding effect. On Vista press Ctrl + Windows + Shift + C to display the console window. The codes for the original 'The Sims 3' can also be enabled.
Unlock New Basement Tools:
Enter the code 'buydebug'
Toggle Objects Allowed on Roofs:
Enter the code 'allowObjectsOnRoof (On/Off)'
you must have testing cheats enabled by typing in on cheat mode testingcheatsenabled true then you click on a pregnant sim and go into cheat mode again and type in Force Twins.
How to get everything cool!!!
You type in testingcheatsenabled true just like I typed it. Then you put buydebug on. You put both of these in the cheat box. Then you go to buy mode sort by function. Then you click the question mark. There you should find all sorts of cool stuff, including the magic chinease axe!
You can access the Special Items Buy Menu sort by going to Buy Mode, opening the cheat console (hit Shift + Ctrl + C) and entering buydebug. This new sort allows you to pick out new tomb objects such as floor traps, floor switches, dive wells, and more!
More adventure items
Some adventure items can be reconstructed on home lots when a specific number of fragments are collected. Note: More adventure items can also be placed by enabling the BuyDebug on code. After these items are placed, enter Buy mode and hold [Shift] + [Ctrl] and click them to access advanced scripting options used in adventures (for example, linking triggers to enable them or any number of relic or treasure items they spawn). Note: Normal Sims 3 items often only have the "Clone" option when clicked.
Command And Conquer reference
When breaking boards or exploring tombs you can occasionally find a chunk of raw Tiberium, a reference to one of the main resources in Command And Conquer. It only has one cut available' called a "Spire" cut. If a spire cut Tiberium is left out on the lawn for one day it will grow and begin producing more Tiberium, and if the Tiberium is left on the Sim's inventory, they will get the moodlet "Tiberium sickness" which was a status effect that damaged unprotected units who traveled through patches of Tiberium in the Command And Conquer games.