The Good Life gains new additions as Greenlight campaign continues
Posted: 21.02.2014 14:51 by Simon Priest Comments: 0
The 'category defying' sim game The Good Life from Greek indie immersionFX is still being updated with new content as it now strives to pass the baptism of fire that is the Steam Greenlight process.

It's a sandbox game that's "part life-sim, part time-management, part tycoon" and all about free-roaming. There are new rides, more fish, more stats, multiple saves...

Graphics have been improved as well by the Greek developer. The Good Life is already available at retail but Iceberg Interactive are trying for a Greenlight-endorsed release.

"The Good Life defies categorization, which is what makes it such an intriguing and unique title,” says Iceberg Interactive CEO Erik Schreuder. “As the title suggests, it’s a really laid back, mellow game that will leave you pining for more sunshine and tropical surroundings in your life. We think you will be pleasantly surprised!”

Check out more on The Good Life via Steam Greenlight.

The latest additions:

? Faster rides among the 52 available ports that speed up the action.
? New Fishing gameplay: 15 different fish to catch for extra money.
? Player's stats and progress charts are now available: additions include percentage of game completed, percentage of area coverered, days on-board, items photographed, people rescued, earnings from houses and boats, and others.
? Multiple saves, up to 10 available slots.
? New speedboat type: the fastest boat to-date, Aventor.
? Improved underwater visual experience.
? More action in pirate attacks: speedboat cannons are now firing and players can see their trajectories.
? Improved characters: better graphics and more lifelike animations.
? New sealife, colorful fishes and fiery sharks.

Related games: The Good Life (PC)