For those unfamiliar with the game, it combines some of the "freemium" elements from the Sims Social on Facebook with the in-depth life simulation features of the popular download titles. These free-to-play elements include an experience point system which ensures that some items in the store remain locked until you've leveled up to purchase them, and the "waiting game" mechanic, that forces you to either pay premium currency to continue playing, or wait a few minutes or even hours for your Sim to complete an action before you can continue on for free.
The Sims FreePlay on Android will apparently retain everything from the iOS version (which is a good thing), as no mention was made to the contrary. Make sure to keep an eye on the Android Market throughout the month for your chance to "Play with Life" for free on your Android device.
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