The Sims 3 – Simulation Games App Review

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The Sims 3 – Simulation Games App Review

Price: $6.99


This app is fun but the ratings are obvious that this was made for older teens who are able to handle some of the immaturity that is involved in this app without making a big deal about it.

What You Need To Know As A Parent

As a parent you need to know that this app is not free and costs $6.99 to purchase. Although this app is a little pricey for an app it is worth it! Warning – this game was released in 2009 so it is definitely outdated and will look older then the newer sims games. This game does have some sexual content in it so it is recommended for older teens about the age of 15. Any child younger will be exposed to very little violence and some sexual content.

Content Overview

  • This app has no bad language in it
  • There is sexual content shown in this app
  • There is a small amount of violence shown in this app if your player gets angry

Our Opinion Of The App

Game advice team downloaded and installed this app on an iPhone for $6.99 and thought that it was okay. If you compare this game to the newer ones you will not enjoy this game as much because it is outdated but it still is good! It is the same setup as the other Sim games it just looks older. We do recommend it but only to those 15+ because of the sexual content in this app.

App Ratings

  • Overall “Kid Friendly” Rating 5% 5%
  • Amount of violence 3% 3%
  • Level of sexual content 15% 15%
  • Use of bad language 0% 0%


Simulation Games



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Age Appropriateness

Age 15+


Most information found on The Sims 3 is found from various websites. If you are still concerned and unsure if your child should purchase this app then you can go and check out CommonSenseMedia and read their information on The Sims 3. If that still is not enough information for you then you can always go type exactly what your concern is about The Sims 3 on Google.

Riveting, complicated simulation game reflects life. Gives This A 5/5 Overall Rating.

Quick Content Overview of What Your Child Will Experience:

  • AppåÊPlay Simplicity:åÊ4
  • Level of Fear and/or Violence in App:åÊ1
  • Amount of Sexual Content:åÊ3
  • Level of Bad Language:åÊ0
  • Amount of Drug Use and/or Smoking:åÊ0
  • Amount of Consumerism:åÊ2

Get The Sims 3 Now

Apple App Store | Google Play | Amazon App Store

Some Things To Keep In Mind

Parents need to know that The Sims 3 is a complicated life simulation game that requires a significant time investment. Based on the very popular PC game, players create a realistic 3D avatar, including personality traits, and direct its interactions with other characters in a fictional town. Sims can be vain, mean, messy, and neurotic, or friendly and modest, or a combination of good and bad traits. Sometimes, just like in real life, Sims can find themselves in tense situations. They can fall in love and jump into bed together, and they can die. The Sims 3åÊis aåÊSimulation Games app that is designed for thoseåÊage 15+. åÊThe app has an overall rating ofåÊ5 out of 5 and a learning rating ofåÊ3 out of 5.

The Sims 3 is available for $6.99 On The Following Devices:

iPhone iPod Touch iPad Android


Our Thoughts on the Level of Engagement:

The Sims 3 is worth its big price tag. A wide range of personality traits lets you create a simulated person with all-too-human flaws. This game has great graphics and is often funny or surprising and rarely boring.

The Support Level for The Sims 3 is about a 3 out of 5.

The tutorial, which covers the basics, is very helpful. After that, a status bar reporting your Sim’s needs will tell you whether to hit the shower next or get him a job. We’d like to thank C.S.M for providing some of the information on this page.


Posted on

July 20, 2015