The Sims wasn’t particularly interesting up until the point where it had been published to work on mobiles and tablet devices.

Sims Freeplay is a free version of the Sims for mobiles, you don’t have to go out and buy a disk and have the hassle of it taking ages to install on your PC. All you need is a compatible device such as a good Android device, an Iphone or an Apple IPod touch.

At the bottom of the applications, there are needs that need to be met else your sim goes into a depressed and sad mood.

However if you get them to be inspired, which is the mode when you have all of the needs met, they will be happier and you will be able to go out of the house. However if you leave them depressed for a while, the sim may get housebound.

Overall these applications are very good and I would say they are probably one of the best out of all of the Sims made.

I would recommend these applications to people aged 7-60 because if you have a chance to actually get into the game it can actually be quite fun. Also it gives you something to do when you’re bored and stuck at home. The Sims Freeplay is very easy to navigate around on and it is very user friendly.