Sims FreePlay and Trenches II now available for iOS


EA Mobile announced two new titles for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch – The Sims FreePlay and Trenches II.


The Sims FreePlay

In a major step toward offering its best games for free on mobile, EA Mobile released The Sims FreePlay on the iTunes App Store. The Sims FreePlay offers countless ways to play, giving fans the ability to:

· Develop storylines for up to 16 different Sims—from fashionistas and party animals to geeks and vigilantes

· Choose from 1,200 ways to customize their dream homes or get fully-furnished houses for their Sims

· Form relationships between their Sims

· Take part in meaningful activities from caring for pets to growing gardens and baking

· Give their Sims careers and earn Simoleans to improve their situations



Trenches II is also now available in the iTunes App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and invites players to fight an epic campaign through an expanded world map. Players engage the enemy in more realistic, treacherous battlefields with all-new artillery and troops, with the ability to:

· Lead the troops through a campaign that spans over 50 locations across Europe

· Customize armies with over 20 different units

· Win battles to earn Perk points and upgrade offensive, defensive and support forces

· Lead the charge with all-new military units and weapons


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