The Geriatric Ribbon in BitLife rewards you for doing what the vast majority of us hope to do in real life: live to a ripe old age. Again, just like in real life, it’s not all that easy to pull off – though not for the reasons you might think.
Living a long life isn’t overly challenging in BitLife. Instead, it’s attempting to not achieve anything more impressive during that lengthy life. You can’t be rich, have a decent relationship with your family, or own too many cats.
In this guide, we’re going to give you a bunch of tips and tricks to help you achieve this Ribbon with relative ease. If it’s something else you’re looking for, check out our complete guide to BitLife where we’ve rounded up everything we’ve written so far.
How to Get the Geriatric Ribbon in BitLife:
First things first, you’re going to need to live well over 100, which is the age requirement you have to be at before you die to get this Ribbon. That’s the easy part though.
We recommend first maxing out your healthiness by going to the gym every single year, going to the doctor at the first sign of trouble, and avoid drinking too much and taking any drugs. You need to live a relatively dull life, we’re afraid.
To really guarantee this Ribbon, you might also want to wait for a BitLife that has an inherent advantage in the healthiness department. Not all BitLives are created equally, and some will have a good starting healthiness, while another won’t.
You’ll also want to maintain your happiness levels, as that’s the key to a happy life. Have a decent, but not exceptional, job, go on holiday every few years, and try and maintain some decent relationships.
Try not to excel at anything though. That’s the real challenging in getting this Ribbon, as it is, indeed, with many of the Ribbons in BitLife. You really don’t want to accidentally get another one.
It’s worth taking a browse at our complete list of Ribbons to check out the requirements for each of them, then try and miss all of them. Don’t get too rich, travel too much, have too much sex, or have good relationships with all family members.
Just don’t go the extra mile on anything except your health and happiness and you should be fine. It might take a few goes though, to account for any random occurrences.