EA Mobile brings “Family Tree” update to The Sims FreePlay

By Brandy Shaul Comment


By popular demand, a new Family Tree update has been added to EA Mobile’s The Sims FreePlay. The update will see users finally able to grow their teenage Sims into adult Sims, and also introduces grandparents to players. In addition, a variety of new locations, activities and clothing items have been added to the life simulation game.

To start, players can complete the “Adulthood” quest at level 19 or higher to turn their teens into adults. In addition, a “Seniors” quest is unlocked at level 21. Players can purchase a variety of new clothing items for their seniors, including wool cardigans and slippers.

A Bingo Hall has been added to the game, offering a potential Simoleon jackpot to players, while the new “Do-It-Yourself” feature will allow players to renovate house templates, creating their true dream home.

EA Mobile already has plans for updates going forward, including two additional hobbies. On February 5, the Quilting hobby will be added to the game, and will be available for players who have reached Level 23 or higher. This hobby allows Sims to create handmade teddy bears for the other Sims in their lives. Meanwhile, the bird feeding hobby will unlock on February 19 for players who have reached level 25. This allows players to unlock their own pet bird.

The Sims FreePlay is available to download for free on iOS and Google Play. You can follow the app on AppData, our tracking service for mobile and social apps and developers.