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|Game||The Sims: Bustin' Out|
GBA Version[edit | edit source]
In the GBA version, a minigame (Jam Session) has to be opened by completing the goals under the section "The Rise of Club Rubb". You must talk to Bucki Brock after moving into the clock Tower to start the mission, then talk to Maximilian Moore, get real 30 with Detective Dan D. Mann, pay Detective Dan D. Mann 1,000 Simoleons as taxes and buy ten flyers from Nicki Knack and give them to other Sims. There isn't much to do at Club Rubb besides play Jam Session, dance, turn tables, and buy drinks.
Console Version[edit | edit source]
Club Rubb is in The Sims: Bustin' Out console version. It is the home of parties and Mona Lott and Bing Bling are the owners. The player goes there if they're in the Movie Star, Fashion Victim, or Jock career track. The main objectives are increasing value by 1,500 Simoleons, getting married, and throwing the Ultimate DJ Dance Party. Other main objectives are getting the next two promotions per career.
As for the lot itself, it lacks a few essentials: a bedroom, a real kitchen, and a bathroom for the people living there. Mona and Bing want the player to throw the Ultimate DJ Dance Party but their restroom regulations and lack of a real kitchen prevent people from staying for long periods of time due to a possibility of wetting themselves and hunger. These problems can be resolved by putting in a real kitchen in the Club and adding two extra stalls in the bathroom. So the main sims can sleep, take out the items in the building out back of the Club and turn it into a bedroom, then adding a same-sized room beside it for the second. If needed put in a bathroom in each bedroom so the sims don't have to share. This will reduce problems between residents and the main character, including any spouses and children.