A Smiley's Life

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21.3 KB
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1.75 / 5.00
(4 Reviews)
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4 / 9
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Submitted By
Bob the egg man
Date
20 years, 10 months ago (Aug 18, 2003)
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It is a good game, with good programming, but it still has some bugs to iron out. It would be a lot better if you could get more out of the game because it gets boring after a while.

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2.50 / 5.00
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Max Gene
Date
20 years, 11 months ago (Jul 16, 2003)
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This game isn't very great, even if you do like it's type. Like the first review will tell you, it's possible to stay alive forever without the restaurant, as the fridge is stocked infinitely. Therefore, you can cook food while eating snacks, which will raise your food level is record time. It gets boring really fast with how easy it is to get everything and stay alive, you can stay alive for free if you like, and constantly showering and working will get you lots of money. If there was a bigger range of things to do, and the items at home lost efficincy over time and use, this would be worth it. As it is now, it won't last very long. I will download the Christmas fix, see if that is any better. Ciao!

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1.00 / 5.00
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Razor
Date
21 years, 5 months ago (Feb 06, 2003)
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this surely is a merry-go-round. it's fun for the first five minutes. it had no objectives. you just had to uhm, live. the legend also makes it kinda confusing. anywayz, a game worth the download if ur a sim fan, if not then don't bother. a decent effort. wont stop me from downloading the christmas edition. ;)

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2.00 / 5.00
Submitted By
TTTPPP
Date
21 years, 5 months ago (Jan 14, 2003)
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This game is set entirely on two boards. It is a simulation game, but not a great one. The aim is to avoid death as far as I can tell. You accumulate health, food, comfort, fun and wealth by running round your house and the town and getting objects to either give you something, or exchange one thing for another. All the while you lose your comfort, food and fun points. If one of the catorgories gets to zero you start to die. I found that by working in the cafe and running between the shower, TV and returaunt I could stay alive indefinitely, and buy all of the stuff in the shops. There was an occasional bug when stepping between the town and the house which caused me to die, and the watch dog seemed to do nothing. Other than that the game seemed fairly well written, if a little small. It could be improved by having more developement - eg better paid jobs which you have to be qualified to work in, and then more expensive things to put in your house, or a private jet allowing you to get to further towns. Overall the game had minimal graphics and fairly poor game play.

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1.50 / 5.00

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