The Sims FreePlay

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The Sims FreePlay
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Developer(s) EA Mobile
Firemonkeys Studios
Publisher(s) Electronic Arts
Series The Sims
Platform(s) iOS, Android, BlackBerry 10, Kindle Fire, WebOS, Windows Phone

December 15, 2011 [iOS]

February 15, 2012 [Android]

July 31, 2013 [BlackBerry10]

September 12, 2013 [Windows Phone 8]
Genre(s) Life simulation, Social simulation
Mode(s) Single-player

The Sims FreePlay is a strategic life simulation game developed by EA Mobile and later with Firemonkeys Studios. It is a freemium version of The Sims for mobile devices and was released worldwide on December 15, 2011 for iOS devices, on February 15, 2012 for Android, July 31, 2013 for BlackBerry 10 and September 12, 2013 for Windows Phone 8. The game was released for Kindle Fire in October 2012.


In The Sims FreePlay, players build houses, control virtual people called Sims to satisfy their needs and wishes, and let them complete different kinds of actions to gain Simoleons, LifeStyle Points, Social Points (all three are currencies in the game), and XP. The Sims FreePlay runs in real-time and takes real time to complete actions. All actions must be instructed by players, unlike in the computer version, where Sims can have some degree of autonomy. Players can progress through 55 levels to unlock content and create up to 34 Sims. In the game, only married sims can have children and there is a limit on the amount of allowable couples[citation needed] due to a limit on the people in the player's town. However, if the player buys items off the online store, they become a VIP that will allow them to increase the number of sims they can have in their town. In the game, there are main quests and discovery quests. Whereas regular quests are required, the discovery quests are optional.



The game is regularly updated with new content and has many events and competitions, announced at FreePlay's official Facebook page. The updates include elements from various expansion packs and stuff packs from the main series, each new update would come with new goals and sometimes hobbies and jobs.



External links

  • Official website
  • The Sims FreePlay on Facebook
  • Download on Google Play at {}
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