The Sims Mobile Relationships Guide

After all the tiring jobs, the often dry careers that you go through there’s always some fun to be had. This comes in the form of socializing in The Sims. Friends, partners, crushes, it’s all there! Parties, hangouts, and dating, so is that. For all of that you need to form some bonds, some sort of relationship. Let’s head straight into The Sims Mobile Relationships Guide that covers all these aspects in great detail.

The Sims Mobile Relationships

The Sims Mobile Relationships Guide covers everything from making a good first impressions to fashion statements that you need to follow as well as different types of relationships.

We will also talk about different types of activities that you should be able to participate in.

First impressions

We cannot emphasize this anymore. Introductions are really really important in the game. Don’t flirt when it’s not the right time to.

Don’t act like a dud in front of someone expecting a more fun person. Therefore first impressions matter, and could decide how your relationship with that particular person proceeds.

For a more romantic outcome, flirting, dating, giving presents are things you should aim for. For other outcomes, you can choose to go along the lines of being ‘Friendly’ or ‘Confrontational’.

Assess the personality of the sim you’re talking to, see what they might expect, and want of you. Go ahead accordingly!

Relationship Stories

Relationships are classified into 17 different categories as of now which are listed as below:

  • Arch-Nemeses
  • More Than Friends with Benefits
  • Soundtrack of Soul
  • Old Rivals
  • Raincheck, Please
  • BFFs Forever
  • A Missed Connection
  • Two Peas in an Odd Pod
  • Secret Crush
  • Geek Speak
  • Misery Loves Company
  • Tainted Love
  • Sports Buddies
  • Art Aficionados
  • Soulmates
  • Frenemies
  • The Fixer-Upper

As you can see, these relationships are built around careers, similar hobbies, and other events, and moments you share with the different Sims.

Different paths are taken depending on your choices, activities, and your character itself.


You can hang out in the game with friends. You can keep parties to enlighten the moods of other Sims. Birthday parties can also be held commemorating the special yearly event for your sim or that of another person.

For that special one, you can build up on that relationship by taking him/her out to dinner, and chat all you want.

Finding the special one is a whole other different story. We recommend to not get tied up with one. The game doesn’t punish you to try different partners.

Therefore, you have the freedom, and you should only stop when you find the perfect match for your character. All these activities require energy same as any other task.

Therefore, eat a cupcake before jumping to do such activities to make sure you are fully energized. Otherwise, go to your home, take a power nap, or use the bathroom.

Upon coming back, you may find that the Sim you were interacting with is gone. Simply call him/her back and begin and get to know him/her better.

Complete Stories to get rewards!

Though interacting with more and more people sounds interesting, if you wish to level up fast and earn handsome rewards like cool-looking outfits, try sticking with one Sim for a little while.

After a specific relationship level, you will be able to start a story, in which you will be performing certain tasks to build up the relationship with that Sim and get rewards.

The more difficult a task is, the better will be your reward! You’ll also end up with some pretty hefty confidence gain.

However, remember that failing to carry out a comparatively risky action or task could considerably ramp down your confidence level.


Though a little part of the game, but this feature adds to the immersion in the game. Clothes can be lent, borrowed, and purchased.

Wearing ones that fit the situation correctly matters, and could mean the difference when it comes to establishing relationships, and taking them up a notch.

These wardrobes and outfits will add that extra flair to the personality of your character. No harm in buying some showy clothes then, is there?

Contributor at SegmentNext.