Despite not ever being interested in girl’s toys like doll houses, I’ve adored The Sims series, even though I invariably play myself in it, sitting indoors all the time writing away. The arrival of The Sims Medieval on the iPhone marked a change for the usually furniture-focused title, allowing players to go down a more fantasy RPG route. Now that experience is available in an optimized format for the iPad.
The Sims Medieval iPad edition, offers the chance for sims and their players to join parties across the medieval realm, as well as ‘quest their way to destiny’ and great rewards. A guild system enables the Sim to participate in these quests and even fight with weapons such as Thor’s Hammer. Medieval themed mini games such as fishing, agriculture and spell casting adds to the general experience.
For those furniture and interior design obsessed players, new avatars such as the jester and vampire are available, plus the ability to add items like four-poster beds and more to the home.
Sims fans such as myself will no doubt love it.
The Sims Medieval is out now and it’s priced at $2.99 for a limited time only.
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