Players of the Sims games have always been quirky and unique - and what better way to see just how strange they can be, than to look at the various mods the most dedicated fans have created for the game? Following The Sims 2, fans have been able to create different clothes, household items, poses and even behavioural traits for their Sims - and they seem to get more creative with each passing instalment. There's very little you're unable to get for your Sims these days, because even if EA have missed making your request an official inclusion, just one click at websites like Mod The Sims or Nraas will sort you out in just a few clicks. But hang on... what if players want something a little more risqué? Something to spice up the drama in their Sims lives, something a bit more "Game of Thrones", if you will? Well, now that can also be done, believe it or not. Now your Sims can be just as sinful as your favourite film or TV characters - and it doesn't matter how X-rated, sick or twisted that might be. Curious? Good, but be warned, this article contains content that won't be suitable for innocent eyes. Note: Many of these mods can be applied to The Sims 3, too.