Do you have permission to share these files?
No. In most cases, the original websites have been gone for so long that contacting the original creator is impossible. We are, however, more than happy to remove any file at the request of its copyright holder.
What happened to the original Sims Graveyard website?
The old Sims 2 Graveyard and Sims 3 Graveyard websites, that were part of the Wicked Nouk Family of sites, kept disappearing for months at a time. There has been no reason provided for these prolonged downtimes.
What if the original Sims Graveyard comes back?
Should the previous graveyard ever come back online, we’ll continue running a competing graveyard that’s updated frequently and actually hosted on decent servers.
How can I send you files?
If you have custom content files from a Sims website that is no longer online, we’d appreciate if you can send them to us. The best way is to upload them to a file sharing website (Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, etc) and send us a link via email. Don’t forget to also include a clear explanation of what the files are and where they’ve come from.
I don’t have any files, how can I help?
Donations to cover server costs are always appreciated.
You can also spread the word about Sims Graveyard and Liquid Sims.