The Sims Mobile Game Guide contains practical tips that will help you during the game. You will learn how to create a Sim, how to build a house and what job to choose. The guide also contains information on what steps you should take, in order to quickly level up, gain energy and expand your sim's family. Thanks to this guide you will know exactly what to do to provide your sim with a decent life in The Sims Mobile. In addition, you will also learn how contacting with other people's sims works in this game.
The Sims Mobile Game Guide contains chapters on the following topics:
- Is it worth watching ads?
- How to recover energy
- Is it worth undertaking Risk Actions?
- How to level quickly
- How to quickly develop stories
- Can a Sim die?
- How does retirement look like?
- How to obtain and collect Heirlooms?
- How to unlock the piano?
Missions, events, careers and hobbies
Creating and developing a Sim
The Sims House
The life of a Sim
Money and tickets
Playing with the others
Natalia "N.Tenn" Fras (www.gamepressure.com)
About The Sims Mobile Game Guide
Author : Natalia "Fras" N.Tenn for gamepressure.com
last update : March 28, 2018
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The Sims Mobile Video Game
- genre: Simulation
- developer: Electronic Arts Inc.
- publisher: Electronic Arts Inc.
- platform: AND, iOS
Traditionally, The Sims series focuses on simulating the life of virtual characters, and itís no different here. You have much freedom when it comes to character creation. You can decide on their appearance, choosing from a variety of skin tones, hairstyles, clothes, and accessories. You also pick your Sim's personality and life goals, from their career path to their hobby. All of that affects their life goals, which you then try to achieve.
The Sims Mobile for Android OS also allows you to shape the histories of whole families. When a character achieves their goals and retires, you gain special keepsakes, thanks to which you can unlock new interests and careers for next generations. For example, what the grandfather achieved as a lawyer may inspire his granddaughter to become a judge, and having an uncle who was a cook can inspire his nephew to be a star of a culinary TV show.