Video games developers understood the people’s need to have their favorite creations on every available platform, may it be a home console, tablet, PC or smartphone. They have created mobile versions of the best games from the most successful franchises.
The Sims has been on top of gamers’ preferences ever since it was launched. Recently, developers launched The Sims Mobile and this version soon became one of the most downloaded entertainment items. Now, both gamers and analysts are trying to figure out which the differences between The Sims Mobile and the other version of the franchise are.
Cool facts about The Sims Mobile
In case you haven’t seen the Mobile version of the Sims, we will shortly present some information about it. The game is now available for iOS and Android devices. It is dedicated to those who want to develop their characters, living arrangements, careers and relationships within the game.
This transformation takes a lot of time, so gamers really love the possibility of having their virtual world on their mobile devices. The Sims community grows when you spent hours of playing on your smartphone anytime, anywhere.
If you are curious to see what The Sims Mobile is all about, you should know that it comes with several goals that need to be accomplished. In this way, players will have to follow an imposed structure, despite the game’s free character.
The Sims Mobile is available for free download and players don’t have to pay extra fees for the game. However, there is ”a price” for reaching goals and advancing. The game comes with a timing system for certain tasks, so a few missions could take several real-time hours for completion.
On the other hand, in-game purchases are the key to making time pass faster. Besides, The Sims Mobile gives players some Quests to complete and the one who finish the Quests can earn money for purchasing necessary items. As they become more advanced in the game, players can customize their characters.
These are only a few mentions. A lot more is waiting to be discovered, so get The Sims on your mobile and start a fantastic life!
Nicole Hicks a graduate of UFT. She’s based in Toronto but travels much of the year. Nicole has written for NPR, Motherboard, MSN Money, and the Huffington Post. Nicole is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing.