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About Sims FreePlay

About Sims FreePlay

The Sims is a franchise that is famous, and its has been present on the App Store well ahead of the latest entry which, as its name implies, is a freemium venture. The Sims FreePlay gives you a city to which you add homes, businesses, and up to 16 Sims, all of whom you control.

As with freemium games, there are two forms of currency together with experience to aid you on your quest to unlock the many capabilities of the game. While you can always choose the easy and costly way to attaining special items and more abilities, it is also possible to work your way up to new features by simply directing your Sims to garden, watch TV, or even play the Sims (careful not to think about that too tightly). Sadly, there's no "rosebud" cheat here.



Everything that your Sims do takes time, from the construction of their houses to delicious apple pies' baking. Less time is required with more fancy appliances, and any time requirement can be purchased away.

While it is tempting to just set your Sims to work gardening all day to make more money, there is a task generator that does a good job of keeping things fresh by directing you to host dance parties and movie nights, and by rewarding you with Lifestyle Points, the more valuable currency. That generator might be part of the reason behind the Internet connection that the game requires, but we found that requirement annoying.

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It will not take long to discover that you need a whole lot more money than you have to build your town up and introduce Sims into the society, so that becomes your attention. You may collect revenue from each building over time, which makes you either a monopoly landlord or some form of cult leader collecting tribute from those that you control. Either way progresses, the more expensive structure becomes.

The way to deal with this is by putting your Sims to work or setting them to, Simoleon-rewarding tasks. Both types of work take hours and the time of the game mirrors real time, making it less of a game that you play extensively and more of a game which you carry around and access to update tasks. Given the relatively large file size, that can be problematic for iDevices with less storage space.

All in all, the Sims FreePlay is a good game, and it definitely offers that Sims fix out there trying to quit the addicting franchise. For people who want more involved gameplay, other (non-freemium) Sims games may hold more promise.