This page contains The Sims: FreePlay Hints for iPhone - iPad called "15 hints, tips, and tricks you should know" and has been posted or updated on Jul 15, 2015 by Mystery~.
- Developer: Electronic Arts
- Publisher: Electronic Arts
- Genre: Simulation Virtual
- Release: Dec 13, 2011
- ESRB: Not Set
15 hints, tips, and tricks you should know
Here is a list you should know about The Sims FreePlay:
- 1) This game is ALMOST like real life
- 2) After completing two and a half sims quest, never sell you crib(s)! It's a huge money saver!
- 3) Always try to send your sims to work everyday
- 4) The higher level you are, the more easier it is to earn money
- 5) Sims who are advanced in their current job will earn much more money than they would earn their first time working
- 6) Saving money is easy if you forget about it
- 7) The more expensive the proposal ring is, the more likely your sims will be engaged. The silver ring should be enough!
- 8) The better your cat or dog is, the better treasure they will find!
- 9) Praising your dog or petting your cat will help your pet find treasure
- 10) Don't buy random community lots you don't need until you finish all the quests
- 11) If you don't want to have auto aging on and have your sims die, don't complete the last quest no matter what!
- 12) The sim language is hard to translate
- 13) Woman sims don't get pregnant
- 14) Have sims garden while you sleep that way you will get money in the morning!
- 15) There is only one way to die in this game and it is dying by old age
- 16) The grim reaper will possibly use your sims' grill before he takes the old sim's soul
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