The Sims 3 has rolled out on the iPhone, as EA games continues to bring mobile versions of their popular catalog to the App Store. Like most of the other Sims games, Sims 3 Ambitions will take you through the traditional life situation simulations, but this time there’s added emphasis on getting a job, and starting a family—kinda sounds a little too realistic if you ask me.
The game looks absolutely fantastic, even on my iPhone 3G, which is a pleasant surprise. The game held up well, and hasn’t crashed yet, which is a big deal these days.
Unique to Sims 3 Ambitions is the ability to import your characters from any of the other iOS Sims games, which should save you some time when you start up the game the first time.
Also pretty important to people playing on their iPhones and Touch devices is the ability to both control and listen to your music while you’re involved in your game play.
We won’t spill the beans too much about the Sims 3 Ambitions. Think of this as a teaser for an upcoming full-featured review of the game. We want to get some playing time under our belts before we tell you exactly what we think about the release.
If you can’t wait for our full review, and find yourself wanting to buy the game immediately, you can buy it on the AppStore for $4.99.
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