3 Best Simulation Apps

SimCity BuildIt

SimCity BuildIt

Appsreview Score:
99/100 Points
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Pros:

  • Well-integrated online features.
  • Offline play.
  • Lets you trade with people all over the world.
  • Non-abusive in-app purchases.

Cons:

  • Video rewards feature doesn’t always work.
  • Too many currencies.

Bottom Line:

SimCity BuildIt is a joy to play, integrates online features well, and may be enough to make you forget the disastrous launch of the most recent PC release.

The Sims™ Mobile

The Sims™ Mobile

Appsreview Score:
98/100 Points
User Rating

Pros:

  • Free download
  • Lots of content
  • Plenty of activities for your Sim to engage in.
  • Lots of furniture, jo

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  • Free download
  • Lots of content
  • Plenty of activities for your Sim to engage in.
  • Lots of furniture, jobs, people, and items to interact with.
  • Snappy loading times and responsive controls.

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Cons:

    • Focus on mini-games
    • Lacks The Sims gameplay
    • Timers for absolutely everything.
    • Egregious microtran

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    • Focus on mini-games
    • Lacks The Sims gameplay
    • Timers for absolutely everything.
    • Egregious microtransaction pushes.
    • Too many different types of currencies.
    • You could just purchase The Sims 4 once and play as long as you like.
    • Just buy The Sims 4.

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Bottom Line:

The Sims Mobile is the latest free installment of the classic family simulator. Create a Sim, build a home and start a family in this uniquely addictive game.

The Sims FreePlay

The Sims FreePlay

Appsreview Score:
89/100 Points
User Rating

Pros:

  • Sims are inspired when you open game for first time
  • Unproductive elves and reindeer are gone

Cons:

  • Death
  • LP to prevent sims form aging and dying
  • Orbs to unlock beach and arcade
  • Orbs to unlock every little thing/hobbies at beach/arcade

Bottom Line:

Players choose from a relatively narrow list of personalities to create their Sim, then launch into a series of well-guided goals to earn simoleons, life and experience points, and increase the value

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Players choose from a relatively narrow list of personalities to create their Sim, then launch into a series of well-guided goals to earn simoleons, life and experience points, and increase the value of their town. Sims have six basic needs: hunger, bladder, energy, hygiene, social, and fun. To develop “highly inspired” sims, players must meet these needs. The app gives players free simoleons to buy basic things (toilets), but there are numerous opportunities to buy more with real money.

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