Teens in The Sims 2 are unique in that they can age up into one of two separate life stages: Young Adult or Adult.If University is installed, the player has the option to send a teen to college, where they will first live as a young adult; otherwise they will skip ahead to the adult stage.

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However, a teen dating another teen who ages up into a young adult will remain listed as their boyfriend or girlfriend, but romantic interactions between them will be disabled until the other teen has also aged up.

This is the only legitimate way for a teenage Sim to have a romantic relationship with an older Sim.

Teens can take on new responsibilities such as getting a part-time job after school or on the weekends, though they still cannot hold a full-time job. They can also live on their own if both parents die or if all the older Sims in the household move out of their home lot.

In The Sims 3, if World Adventures is installed, teens can travel abroad by themselves.

However, the manuals and help messages for The Sims 2 and The Sims Stories refers to them as "Teen".

In game, the teen life stage represents a Sim's life from approximately age 12 or 13 to approximately age 17 or 18.

However, if the "age NPCs" feature of Free Time is used to age a child townie to a teen, the player will not be able to choose that Sim's aspiration, turn-ons and turn-off.

The teen life stage may serve as an important period in a Sim's development, as Sims can begin to build their first romantic relationships from this point onwards.

Teen Sims in the The Sims 3 are taller than children, but shorter than adults and young adults.

Unlike, The Sims 2, Teens do not have the option to age up early and attend college, instead growing up into Young Adults.

In The Sims 3 and The Sims 3 for consoles, teens have four traits and are able to choose from all of the available traits, unlike the younger life stages.