There's two ways to play The Sims: nicely, and horribly. You can give the people in your charge a nice life, with a nice house and a nice job, or you can set them on fire, or put them in the pool and 'forget' to build a ladder. Most of us took the second option, and everyone else who didn't is a liar.
But there's a whole other world of cruelty in The Sims. For some people it's not enough to set a baby on fire; they need to build an entire complex for setting babies on fire. There's a small community of people making these, er, charming installations. These are just a few of their creations.
First up, here's Milton
He's a normal, if lonely guy
But Milton has a secret
A special place he likes to go
Where all his friends are always there
It's good to be Milton
You can read the full story of Milton here, if you're morbidly curious enough.
Or how about The Tale of the Sweatshop Family?
They all live happily (...) in this lovely bunker
While the slave master lives in this shabby old mansion
The slaves work hard every day, making art and selling art for the family
While the slave master has to deal with abject luxury
And yes, all the slaves are dressed as hot dogs
It's a dreadful place
See more of The Sweatshop Family here, you sadistic freak, you.
Not enough for you, eh? How about a fully-functioning prison?
Every door is locked and only the warden may open them
The prisoners have their bunks
The warden has their house
And the prisoners work in the garden
And they work hard. All day, every day. Wait, you want proof? Alright, here you go, scumbag.
Last, and most depraved of all, the working slave plantation
Here's the house staff
Here are the slaves
And there they are, working the fields
If you're not sure how you should be feeling, a balance between being impressed at the level of detail and revulsion at the subject matter sounds about right. For further revulsion, check out the full set here.