What you need to know
- "The Lullaby of Life" has landed on Apple Arcade.
- Developer 1 Simple Game has been working on the game since 2017.
- The title takes players on a journey through the origin of life.
Today, Apple Arcade added another title to its growing catalog of games included in its subscription service.
"The Lullaby of Life", developed by 1 Simple Game, takes players on a journey through the origin of life and, with the power of music, helps players make life bloom.
1 Simple Game says that the concept for the title has been around since 2017 and that it is a new direction for the studio compared to its former games.
The studio says that the game is directed towards beginners and is easy to learn, but that it includes game mechanics that any gamer will enjoy.
- There are no texts in the game since it is designed to be as intuitive as possible.
- The levels are designed to ease the player into the unique exploration and interaction mechanics contained in the game.
- There is no need to be an expert in videogames at all, there are no complex mechanics or stressful situations which require a high level of management or multitasking in order to advance in the story.
- Unique music created for the game
- Quick and easy to learn!
As with many games on Apple Arcade, the title works across iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Apple TV, and Mac. You can download "The Lullaby of Life" on the App Store now.
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