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EA has posted new screenshots from their upcoming games Sims 3 and Clue for the iPhone.

The Sims 3 for iPhone is said to offer over 10 hours of gameplay with open world gameplay in a 3D environment.

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Meanwhile, EA has also posted a product page for their upcoming game Clue based on the popular board game.

The classic board game is back with a new look and feel! Play the iPhone™/iPod® touch game from EA Mobile and try to solve the mysterious murder of a millionaire! Featuring 6 of the original CLUE suspects-Scarlet, White, Peacock, Mustard, Plum and Green. Search for original AND new weapons like a Razor, Poison, a Candlestick and a Pistol. Sleuth through rooms exclusively redecorated for your iPhone and brimming with special effects! You never quite know what-or WHO to expect when you play CLUE!

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Additional screenshots for Clue can be found on the product page.

  • wegmans

    "Sim 3?" were there budget cutbacks?

    • Brad Newsom

      Why do you say that?

  • wegmans

    "Sim 3?" were there budget cutbacks?

    • Brad Newsom

      Why do you say that?

  • Mythbuster

    By the way: Clue (Cluedo) was already out last night for two hours ... I was glad to get it at the German AppStore for 3,99 Euro ... it is 6 MB and is really a great port ....

    I have no idea why it is removed ... after 90 minutes I found no bugs or flaws at all ...

  • Mythbuster

    By the way: Clue (Cluedo) was already out last night for two hours ... I was glad to get it at the German AppStore for 3,99 Euro ... it is 6 MB and is really a great port ....

    I have no idea why it is removed ... after 90 minutes I found no bugs or flaws at all ...

  • bobby

    Clue could be fun, if a bit light on content. Since it's from a big dev studio, maybe as high as $3.99?

  • bobby

    Clue could be fun, if a bit light on content. Since it's from a big dev studio, maybe as high as $3.99?

  • IBITF

    Not going to pick up Sims 3 for iPod Touch, why? Because its not meant for mobile. I had fun for 20+ hours on PC, spamming "motherlode" and building houses with 3 attics 4 basements 3 waterfalls and no bed. Locking people in a room with a oven. But really, instead pof cooking, cleaning ect. they have to throw in mini-games. graphics look worse then sims one two. I will tell you one thing though, this game will rocket up the charts just because its OMFG sims for iphone. I will be buying sims 3 for PC though but not for iphone. i sinceraly hope EA suprises me but doubt it. now, if they did a full port of sims 2 or sims 1 that would be awesome

    • Timothy R

      Well it IS an iPhone, screenshots never do justice for me. I think it looks good. I'll just wait and see what it's like when it comes out.

    • TKO

      Yeah, it's not meant for mobile ..but of course it's going to be released, because it's going to sell *really* well. Heck, when 3.0 is out they'll be able to rock on with their paid expansion content too.

      Sims3 maybe not be meant for the iPhone, but the iPhone is a perfect vehicle to print Sims money. I surprised the suits took this long to get it made. :)

  • IBITF

    Not going to pick up Sims 3 for iPod Touch, why? Because its not meant for mobile. I had fun for 20+ hours on PC, spamming "motherlode" and building houses with 3 attics 4 basements 3 waterfalls and no bed. Locking people in a room with a oven. But really, instead pof cooking, cleaning ect. they have to throw in mini-games. graphics look worse then sims one two. I will tell you one thing though, this game will rocket up the charts just because its OMFG sims for iphone. I will be buying sims 3 for PC though but not for iphone. i sinceraly hope EA suprises me but doubt it. now, if they did a full port of sims 2 or sims 1 that would be awesome

    • Timothy R

      Well it IS an iPhone, screenshots never do justice for me. I think it looks good. I'll just wait and see what it's like when it comes out.

    • TKO

      Yeah, it's not meant for mobile ..but of course it's going to be released, because it's going to sell *really* well. Heck, when 3.0 is out they'll be able to rock on with their paid expansion content too.

      Sims3 maybe not be meant for the iPhone, but the iPhone is a perfect vehicle to print Sims money. I surprised the suits took this long to get it made. :)

  • Alejandro

    Where's the board in Clue?!

    • Mythbuster

      No real Board - several rooms you can visit. And a map which shows where which room is. Then you click to get into the room ...

      The game has two tutorials and ten missions you have to solve ...

  • Alejandro

    Where's the board in Clue?!

    • Mythbuster

      No real Board - several rooms you can visit. And a map which shows where which room is. Then you click to get into the room ...

      The game has two tutorials and ten missions you have to solve ...

  • Chad

    I wish they wouldn't call it Clue. It's not clue. It's a totally different game. Would be like playing Monopoly and having the gameplay be something like Build-A-Lot.

  • Chad

    I wish they wouldn't call it Clue. It's not clue. It's a totally different game. Would be like playing Monopoly and having the gameplay be something like Build-A-Lot.

  • AA

    Cluedo (Clue) was seen on the Australia app store yesterday-but couldn't be viewed or purchased.

  • AA

    Cluedo (Clue) was seen on the Australia app store yesterday-but couldn't be viewed or purchased.

  • AntAstrophY

    10hrs game play for what is suppose to be a sandbox open ended game that just keeps running?

    Sigh this why i hate big money hungry publishers like EA they monopoliese successful franchises take them for every cent there worth and in the process kill the love for the original fans who made the game a success in the first place.

    I bet a million bucks this game will demand a premium price for sub standard rubbish and enough silly people will buy it to keep the millions rolling in hence forth giving EA another successful waste of space on there hands.

  • AntAstrophY

    10hrs game play for what is suppose to be a sandbox open ended game that just keeps running?

    Sigh this why i hate big money hungry publishers like EA they monopoliese successful franchises take them for every cent there worth and in the process kill the love for the original fans who made the game a success in the first place.

    I bet a million bucks this game will demand a premium price for sub standard rubbish and enough silly people will buy it to keep the millions rolling in hence forth giving EA another successful waste of space on there hands.