The Sims™ Mobile (iOS)
SynopsisExpress your creativity as you customize your Sims’ distinct appearances and unique personalities, giving them traits and having fun with fashion and hairstyles. Effortlessly build your Sims the perfect home, choosing favorite designs and décor, with more detail than ever before on mobile. Experience the rich and entertaining moments of your Sims’ lives as they accomplish career goals, pursue hobbies, develop relationships, and improve their Lifestyle. Party with friends, fall in love, and establish a legacy. What stories will you tell?
Looking to bring the charm, wit, and fantastic simulation options from the original PC game, The Sims, Electronic Arts wants you to live out the life of your dreams through a digital sim. After creating your character, you’ll help him or her interact with neighbors, make new friends, throw social parties, and even find and keep their brand-new jobs. You’ll have to help your Sim navigate through the eccentricities of a normal, everyday life, as they’ll eat, sleep, use the restroom, and have fun when necessary. Each task takes time and energy, so use your points wisely.
To be fair, The Sims Mobile isn't approaching the free-to-play genre any differently than other mobile games out there on the market, and I've seen far worse. But to offer a mobile iteration that has even less value than the regular version of the game feels like a nonsensical move. The thing is, it could all be propelled with currency in-game without any option to buy cash with shorter timers (or no timers at all) and it would make a far better experience.
Getting back to my original query, I would imagine it's pretty obvious to readers at this point that have a quite a bit tolerance for freemium systems and thus I would most certainly recommend The Sims Mobile for other like-minded players. At least for me, the freemium systems are well worth wading through to enjoy what I think is the most complete Sims experience yet that we have on mobile.
Chiaramente non parliamo di un prodotto complesso o sfaccettato: l'esperienza è molto semplice e immediata, ci viene chiesto di effettuare una sequenza di tocchi e raccogliere i frutti delle nostre "fatiche", come in tutti i casual game di questo tipo, dunque chi è alla ricerca di una simulazione propriamente detta farebbe bene a rivolgersi altrove. Tuttavia se il mondo dei Sims vi incuriosisce e stavate aspettando il ritorno di questo franchise su iOS e Android, il download del titolo EA è d'obbligo.