Another weekend, another BitLife challenge to put those skills to the test. This week, we have the Supercentenarian Challenge. If you don’t know what that means, a Supercentenarian is someone who has made it to 110 years old. There are only a few hundred people in the entire world at any given time that live to be this old! Anyway, here’s how to complete the Supercentenarian Challenge in BitLife.
How to Complete the Supercentenarian Challenge in BitLife
Here are the requirements for BitLife‘s Supercentenarian challenge:
- Start a first-generation life
- Live to the age of 120
We rarely see weekly challenges with so few requirements, but they certainly made sure to pick a difficult one. The first requirement is a no-brainer and just requires starting a new life. But how exactly do you live to the whopping age of 120? Let’s take a look.
Just like in real life, you need to take great care of yourself if you want to live a long time. But of course, there’s also some luck to it, as you have to play the cards you’re dealt in life. If you are born with high stats, you have a higher chance of living longer. There are some things you can do to improve these stats, though.
If you want to get your happiness higher, go on lots of vacations, watch movies, spend time with your family, and make sure to do all of the activities you find under the Mind & Body section. To increase your health, make sure you visit the doctor whenever you’re sick and live a comfortable life. Don’t have a high-stress job, and make sure not to have many jobs at a single time. For smarts, do well in University, watch documentaries, and go to the library often. If you want to get your looks up, make sure to go to the gym often and get plastic surgery when necessary.
A good tip here is to look into dieting. You can try the South Beach diet to increase both your Happiness and Looks. On the other hand, you can also try the Mediterranean diet to improve your happiness and health.
Completing this challenge will also unlock the Geriatric Ribbon, which requires you to live to over 120 years of age.