It's been a while since we've seen or heard of EA Mobile's The Sims 3 for the iPhone, but these new screens say it all. They just say it in Simlish.
Based on the images, we can see character customisation as well as open-world neighbourhood and potential inter-Sim interaction. What we're not seeing is the spiffy stuff mentioned at Apple's 3.0 Update event—namely that The Sims 3 for iPhone will let you play music from your own library and has in-app commerce features, letting you purchase game items from the iTunes App Store while playing.
Additional features in The Sims 3 iPhone listed in a press release sent to TouchArcade also say the 10-hour game will feature four mini games – cooking, fishing, gardening and house repairing.
Official word says you can also make your Sim fall in love, but it's not clear if Whoo-Hooing will be part of the touch control experience.