Ever been lonely or just too tired with your real life? But you don’t
want to waste time playing one of those energy-sapping games on
Facebook that leave you more depressed than when you started out? Check
out Sims Social.
I take that last line from this super Sims Social
guide by Tony Sanders. You would be lost if you didn’t pick up this
ebook guide. It helps you unlock the full potential of the game as you
go about developing your virtual character. The guide explains in detail
how you could set up your entire Sims Social life online right from scratch.
lays emphasis on ‘staying happy’. But it’s a tough call that is if
you don’t know all the tips and tricks for earning points, Sim currency,
etc. Sanders’ guide explains all that and more.
are several levels and relationship status that you have to explore and
cross. Higher levels give you more goodies, talents, traits, etc.
Relationships help you evolve your Sims Social life. Depending
upon confirmation from both players, you could interact with a player
from scratch as a neighbor and go on to become soul mates just like in
real life. There are hobbies, tasks and work to be done.