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Oct 12, 2009 | 4:28 PM EDT
  • Daily 3rd Place October 13, 2009

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A simulation of life. Go through life as someone else. Have relationships with virtual people, apply for a job without the boredom.

The challenge is to get to age 130. Good job if you managed it.

btw I take inspiration from real lives and alter ego. I tried to make it as unique as possible and avoided using the same scenarios with either of them. But of course there are going to be similarities with either game.

If you want to stop the flashing images, press "toggle slideshow". It is as simple as that. For those who complain about dying too much, I'll explain how death works in this game.

At the beginning of the game you are assigned a health count in between 1-100. 1-10 is unhealthy and 11+ is healthy. You can die from the following.
1. Picking a choice that will either make you lose health or completely deplete it.
2. Having a job will make you lose health. Think of it as fatigue.
3. When you reach old age you will lose some health. This is so you can't get to age 130 so easily.

For those who want to know what the stats mean here you go. From lowest to highest:


Below Average
Above average

Social Outcast
Life of the Party

Feeble old man
Body builder
Hard as nails
Arnold Schwarzenegger

Hope this helps out.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars September 12, 2013

Having lived a full life, the ending oddly affected me emotionally. I had grown attached to John Doevexal (I add Vexal to the end of things. It's like my "thing"). I deeply enjoyed this game. It had humor, was fair, and was just great. I can't give you a higher score, though, because I think having good stats makes the game. I started with good stats, and reached the oldest age, but on my second playthrough, I only reached 90 due to being born pretty much a loser in the stat department. Maybe in a sequel or remake (which I definitely hope you make), change the stat system. "This ain't a porn game" gets me every time! XD

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars August 7, 2013

It's a nice little game of life with some relaxing music


Rated 5 / 5 stars July 27, 2013

I forgot did Arnold play as the terminator?


Rated 5 / 5 stars June 26, 2013

I got arnold schwarzeneggers strengh.... JACK!!!!! ;(


Rated 3 / 5 stars June 4, 2013

This game has fantastic potential, but the rough nature of it causes it to fall short. Some of the stuff that happens seems random, and I mean nonsensical random that should've been taken care of in bug checks, not real life random. It's pretty much impossible to get a good score in the game if you start off with poor stats. There's always one "good" choice, and if you don't have the stats to pick it then you just wind up getting worse and worse until you die of something ridiculous like magically undiagnosed cancer at age seven.
Similarly, some things seemed heavily biased. I played this game maybe fifteen times in a row, and I did not have a single first boyfriend who did not die of cancer in the young adult stage. The options always have the same responses, you either have the stats for it or you don't, or it was one of the "bad" options and nothing good ever comes of it. It takes the randomization out of a game that's supposed to be based on life.
Finally, and this is personal preference, I feel like it'd be a better idea to make the shop items renewable, otherwise the money system is sort of wasted, and to have a few more ways to make yourself healthier would be nice.

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