There’s a new life simulation game and its content may surprise you! The game, entitled YouTubers Life, is actually about Youtubers. In the game, you try to become the world’s most famous and greatest video blogger by doing tasks related to the craft of YouTube videos. The game launched on May 18, 2016, and here’s what you need to know. Plus we’ll also share some notable Steam game demos.
Is Youtubers Life complete and ready to play?
The game is currently in Early Access mode on Steam, for PC and Mac systems. It’s not a complete copy of the game, and is still in development, with the developers receiving feedback from players to fine-tune the game.
What do you do in YouTubers Life?
You need to make videos in YouTubers Life, just as if you were a real YouTuber! You have to make your own videos, creating them in your childhood bedroom, then sharing them with the world. After an edit, of course. As your videos’ views climb, you will become more famous in the YouTube world and might even have fans.
You’ll also have to take care of your avatar/character in terms of feeding them, sleep cycles, studying, etc. It’s a hybrid of Sims and tycoon games, with the following abilities/tasks:
- Customize your character
- Youtube channels: Gaming, Cooking, Music and many more!
- Edit videos
- Make money with your videos
- Manage your production studio
- Hang out with your friends, go to parties and assist industry events
- Search for love interests
- Answer your fans in the social networks
- Create your own creators network
- Move to a new house, an office or even a mansion
- Decorate your place
How much is YouTubers Life?
The game is currently $14.99 on Steam Early Access.
Now that you know about YouTubers Life, you might want to play a Steam demo of another simulator. This one is called Life is Hard and the demo is now free. It’s a 2D real-time strategy game where you want to create and evolve a village, and defend it.
Other notable Steam demos include the game Demetrios – The BIG Cynical Adventure. The demo is for the point and click adventure about Bjorn Thonen, who is robbed one day. You (and him) will solve the mystery going through the levels, each offering high levels of interactivity. The game will be 8 to 12 hours long, and the demo is the best way to test the game before it releases in full on May 31, 2016.
Another Steam demo to try is Eclipse: Defending the Motherland. It’s a first-person shooter sci-fi game with thousands of monsters to outrun. If you like endless leves, then it’s perfect for you to play. It even offers your VR support.