Small choices lead to all kinds of weird consequences in this compact simulation of life!
Go to a safari, annoy your neighbors, fool around with your friends, go on a date with your goth girlfriend. See where life takes you!
- Crazy amount of choices!
- All sorts of literal roads you can take with possibly wacky consequences!
- Easy one-touch controls
- Bug Fix
- Performance improvements
Thanks for Playing Hyper Life!!!
Ratings and Reviews
Ok this game pretty good but it’s so easy I wish they would let you decide if you wanna marry the boy or girl and ask them the question like: “you want to marry your crush do you A. Ask her/him B. Let him/her ask you or C. I like to be alone and also the wife when you are a male the wife does not walk she just stays while the husband walks and also the grandchildren thing is great!
But I wish they did not have them at 6 or 5 so thank you for reading this and if you do this I will rewrite This and give you 5 stars but other then those details I love this game! Please keep updating this and please add more details to the face to make them cartoony eyes instead of those creepy eyes that my children are freaked out about but other than that keep it up 👍 and ignore the hate posts about your game 🥰🥰🥰 ok thanks for reading this
This is absolutely boring. You just restart and play the same game over and over again. It has the same questions with stupid consequences. Once you’ve played several times you know the outcome of every scenario. And why does it repeat questions? Several times it’s had me answer the same question twice. And each question you answer doesn’t really affect your life. It might affect your stats, but it won’t affect the next question it asks you. You don’t get a certain reputation or anything. The only thing that seems to affect your life is your career, which there are only four of. And I don’t understand the scenario that’s in every single game. It says that your at either a boy or girl birthday party. If you’re a boy, you’re at the girl party. If you’re a girl, your at the boy party. Then it gives you the option to either kiss the birthday boy/girl, throw the cake at them, or leave. The only one that doesn’t give you a negative consequence is kissing them, which makes you end up with a boyfriend/girlfriend. Why is it like that every time? Would it not make more sense if sometimes they got annoyed and sometimes they went out with you? The entire game is stupid.
For me, it's not so much about the game being "boring" per se, because I think that every game will be boring to certain audiences. While I do agree, that there is a great lack of depth in this game. With that being said some questions are repeated, but don't make sense, such as choosing a working field—not sure why you need to choose your career twice. Secondly, some questions are geared for you to answer a specific way, choosing to go to play in the playground in this game is beneficial for all three categories, while choosing to go to the library isn't. That doesn't seem balanced or even well thought out. Lastly, and this is the biggest problem I have with this game, why is the character automatically caucasian and blonde? This is the 21st century, are you serious? And why is it that you need to choose to "kiss the birthday girl" or else you're penalized? What if you're asexual or if you're non-hetero? My point is that in a game like this that heavily pertains to choosing your life, this should be an option, not a default. Come on game developers, get with the times.
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- Suji Games OU
- 177 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- © Suji Games
- In-App Purchases
- No Ads $2.99
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