There are 10 levels available:
You’ve turned a bar bet into the foundation of an extreme career. In short, you’ll try anything, the crazier the better. Swim under the surface of a frozen lake, leap between rooftops with a bicycle, beat a train to a crossing, juggle a chainsaw while whistling “Dixie.” Your workday is short, but intense.
Bungee Jumping Instructor
The salary stinks – but whoever thought that you’d get paid to do this? Body skills are critical here; nutrition and fatigue must be carefully monitored at home. You might invest in home gym equipment as well, to keep in the best shape possible.
You’re in charge of the rafts bobbing down the river in Sim Canyon. Hope your body skills are sufficient – to advance here, your paying riders need to have confidence in your strength. Never know when you might have some boat repairs to do, so mechanical aptitude is a plus.
Extreme Circuit Recruit
Snowboards in winter, mountain bikes in spring, kayaks in summer, and skateboards in fall – you’ve entered the year-round pro circuit. Strategies for winning can be helped by developing your logic skill. Since you’re burning mega-calories, learning a few cooking tricks is a good idea, too.
Piloting that antique plane of yours demands some serious mechanical skill if you’re going to safely dive through dense cloud cover and land on dangerous terrain. And you’d better be in great physical shape in case you can’t get out the same way you got in. Of course, the danger does yield high pay.
You’ve become a renowned climber of unscaleable peaks, and there’s lots of cash to be made by filming your expeditions for television. Mechanical and creativity skills will be important–a failure in your ascent gear or strategy could be devastating.
Creative skills will help you here. Work time is divided between taking photos and writing articles at the Sim Times newspaper office. You need to make sure you allow enough time to write without social distractions, in order to meet deadlines and collect a nice, fat fee. Maybe you should practice charisma. Who knows when you may be called upon to narrate your photos?
You’ve moved on to salvaging wrecks off the Sim City coastline. You need friends in the right places to secure all those permits. Hone that creative talent to get an edge in the search.
Grand Prix Driver
Your latest job involves laying rubber on Sim City’s racetracks. It is important that you leave home in a good mood with high spirits you’ll drive your best race that way. Playing an Electronic Arts racing game on your home computer might sharpen your reflexes, too.
You’ve become a “secret agent” on assignment for your government in Sim City. To survive this highly lucrative business, you must keep yourself in top mental and physical condition. Spies are also irresistible – which can cause problems with your mate.