The sims freeplay game review
The Sims free play game is an awesome choice for any online gamer looking for a free experience with a simulation game. This portable version allows the player to log in free, but also offers plenty of in game add-ons that can be purchased if the gamer wishes. Without paying any money, the game offers a plethora of things to do and for the individual to virtually experience. Once the player has created his or her character, they are free to build houses, find jobs, and participate in very life like human relationships. You may find yourself fighting another player or virtually going on a date with them, but the point is that the opportunities are seemingly endless. The game is extremely expansive for being free and details are of importance here. Graphically, the game is intricately done and of very good quality. And although the online avatars do not move very life-like and can seem somewhat stiff, they have a wide variety of emotions and actions that transport you into the virtual world. There is a lot of support given throughout the game or when the player is experiencing something new. Pop up guides will help the gamer understand how exactly to overcome tasks, will give detailed instructions on basic movement and actions, and can help boost an individuals comprehension of the simulation game.
It is a smaller version compared to the original and costly, high-end relative Sims game, but it keeps the general feel and excitement of the original intact. The original game has some features that this game does not have in the details of most things. For example, the careers and career field are far less detail oriented and there are not as many different occupations within each job ladder. Therefore, the characters are able to climb to the top of their career much more easily with the free version of this game. Relationship and interaction wise, the free version does not allow you to have children meaning that a whole chunk of Sims life is lost, but characters still have relationships and can even have presumed sexual intercourse in the free play game. Although never actually displayed, and called “woohoo!” in the game, when a relationship goes far enough in the Sims game, the two characters will both get into the same bed, Sex is not shown, but it is pretty heavily implied. The amount of violence in the game is limited to fist fighting with other Sims avatars. Aside from this, it is possible for the individual characters to die if something traumatic happens to them. An example of this would be dying within a fire or starving to death. While these things are possible within the simulation game to make it more realistic, they are not rewarded or encouraged in any way along the course of a Sims’ life.
The Sims free play game is one of the best and most realistic free simulation games currently available and is definitely not a far departure from its original high end counterpart.