The Sims Social Features Review (Part 2)Posted by in News
The Sims Social is expected to be the first game that has meaning for real life and its Social Interactions. Relationships with your friends will not be stable just like in real life and you may discover that your friend has become your best friend or perhaps your biggest enemy. Each step in your relationships will be shared with your friends on Facebook which is expected to makes an impact on your real life.
The Sims Social Currency or Simoleons will be one of the vital parts of The Sims Social game. There will be two types of currency: Free Silver Simoleons and Gold Simoleons, which can be bought with Facebook Credits. Players earn Simoleons for certain interactions like improving a skill or interacting with another Sims. Simoleons can be spend on buying premium decoration items, energy refills or for skipping quests. For example changing your personality will cost you 50 Golden Simoleons and some trainees price varies from 18 to 47 Golden Simoleons. Don’t be afraid the vast majority of items will be available for Free Silver Simoleons.
The Sims Social like other traditional Facebook games will have an Energy Gauge that depletes by action and replenishes over time. All social and currency earning interactions in The Sims Social will cost you one energy, while satisfying basic needs like going to the bathroom or sleeping will be free. Energy can be refilled with Gold Simoleons.
In The Sims Social game Sims progress will be measured and aligned with The Sims Social game levels. The higher the level, the more items can be purchased and the more interactions your Sim can have. Sim progress comes from total home value, Relationship progress bars and Social Points. Home value increases with each item you buy while Social Points can be earned through interacting with other Sims.
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