Controlling your sim is as easy as tapping the screen to walk to a location or to interact with an object, whilst dragging the screen will move the camera around, enabling you to search out your next objective.
Spotting objectives can be a mild hindrance to progress at times, as certain NPCs will move between the set navigable areas of the game, meaning you may have to hunt them down.
The isometric view in The Sims Medieval works well and the locations and characters are sufficiently colourful in what is definitely a tongue-in-cheek game. For instance, we very much doubt that people from the dark ages were as playful or as jocular about ticking off quest requirements.
PocketGamer – The Sims Medieval for Mobile reviewed