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Review The Sims FreePlay
Legendary real life simulator
Author: Alexander Vorobyev
Date: tested on 17 Mar 2014 on
Great graphics, simple controls, exciting game play, quality sound, quality 3d graphics, unusual game play, convenient controls
Kills your battery, in-app purchases, quickly kills your battery, in-app purchases
The Sims Freeplay is a real life simulator for Android that was eventually ported from PC to Android. Having been released by Samsung Electronics, it features equal game play as that of the consoles and gives you almost complete freedom of action.
At the very beginning of this game you will need to create your sim, or in other words, your character. It can be either a male or female whose appearance you will be able to customize or make random. When that’s done, you will see your sim inside of a house. You will need to perform various tasks—play with the dog, buy furniture, go to the restroom, and so on—to earn experience and level up.
At first you will need to completely furnish your house in accordance with your character’s needs. Price of the items you buy will directly depend on how well they are going to satisfy your needs. Moreover, apart from usual tasks related to your needs you will be given special tasks, which will be like you life aims, associated with the chosen temper of your character.
The Sims Freeplay is a great and exciting real life simulator game that is almost as functional and exciting as its PC counterpart. Among the game drawbacks are in-app purchases and high system requirements, which leads to killing your battery really quickly.