I know I was all over the place when I was talking about the games on my iphone because of the sims freeplay cheats tool I found. But lets forget that for now and talk about something else. Since I saw so many fake stuff of this phone from China, I probably should share my thoughts about it. So lets start with the question. What is really the difference between iPhone 5, iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s?
I am planning to buy iPhone 5 phone for my little young one. And I’m so confused which model is the best for my kid to buy.
This model is iPhone 5
This model is iPhone 5c
This model is iPhone 5s
Their are few things that can separate this models. They have different looks. The iPhone 5 has more masculine look. The iPhone 5c has a candy color look great for kids and teens. While the iPhone 5s has a more elegant look. The iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s have a larger memory of 64g while the iPhone 5c only have 32G. The voice usage of the models iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s is up to 10 hours while the model iPhone 5 has only 8 hours of usage. But they all have the same music usage 40 hours.
For me I’m gonna buy the iPhone 5c to my little one cause it has an attractive colors for kids that he can choose from.
Sims Freeplay is relatively an old game released by EA but it is one of those free-to-play games for iOS and Android. Yes, there is a non mobile game and it has more features but the mobile version is more handy and you can play with your sims wherever you are. And that is why it is a big hit.
Here are a few things that the Freeplay lacks. The Sims 3 has huge area and you feel you can go around. Freeplay don’t have this roaming feeling. Freeplay also lacks the micromanagement of your sims character. Remember in Sims 3 where you preset the character of your sim?
Micromanagement in the game is also very lacking. Like in Sims 3 where it is really challenging where your sims needs when not taken cared will quickly reach to critical level. There is also very little time to advance the character. I mean, it seems too easy compared to the bigger versions. You see, in freeplay, you simply send them to work and your sim will automatically advance. Specially on the first 2 levels where it is totally hands free.
But for a smartphone or tablet game, it is a good game. Not perfect but it does keep you company. Not too much as a strategy game so graphics is more important.
For the purest, Freeplay may not be a good version to start with because you have the hardcore Sims 2 and 3 for the PC where you really get to experience how growing your sims should be done. Customization or your contents and even modding can be done of the PC versions and you have a whole range of content to change to your liking. Yes, there are some events in the hand held game but it will cost you some extra. Still, its not bad to start with especially if you are the person who’s always on the go, Freeplay is for you.
Yes, it is one of those EA games that keeps you company. Not too much waiting and you get the job done. But for the die hard fans, they will always say it is lacking since it doesn’t give you a great deal of freedom – unless of course if you know some sort of sims freeplay money cheats or something. But for me personally, since I’m always on the go and hate sitting in front of a computer waiting for the time, I prefer this game. Fun and keeps you company.