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The Sims FreePlay: Get married and have a baby

Certain franchises can make the transition between platforms and others kind of make it, although with a lot less success, but when it comes to The Sims we’ve seen great success across multiple platforms. This includes Android and iPhone mobile OS, home consoles and handhelds but currently no sign for a future release on the PS Vita.

The latest offering for Android and iOS is “The Sims FreePlay“, although some features were missing when the app first released and on PC platforms you could easily cheat when you want to add extras, but this is not really possible on closed software like iOS, so users took to the comments on App Stores like iTunes and broadcasted the features they wanted most.

When gamers get what they want — following an update early this month, to v2.0, we now find The Sims FreePlay with abilities to get married and have a baby. It’s great to see requests for weddings and having children being answered, and in EA’s own words “you want it — you got it“. This has delighted fans of the game and we can see this by ratings jumping higher on the latest update, not to mention comments like “get married and have kids makes The Sims FreePlay the best game ever“.

If you’re stuck on how to get married in the game just make sure you work on the romantic interactions, which should lead to a prompt coming up that allows for additional bonus LP so you can get a ring and start making babies. Even after marriage it’s good to keep the romance going, which in turn unlocks new stuff.

Have you got married in The Sims FreePlay, and what do you think of this latest version? Are the in-app purchases worth it? We’ve included 20 minutes of gameplay for this app in a video below, although remember this is before the latest v2.0 update.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

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