Youtubers Life for PC is a simulation game in which the player can assume the role of a modern internet vlogger. The title was created by independent Spain studio U-Play Online which previously created such mobile sport games like Swipe Basketball and the Striker Soccer series.
With the rise of popularity of sites like YouTube, an internet vlogger career became one of the simplest ways to becoming popular. Every day hundreds of thousands of movies about various topics created by the so-called “youtubers” are appearing online. In U-Play Online’s game, the player can become a very popular youtuber. During the game he reminiscences his first steps in creating and publishing videos related to video games, sport, lifestyle and cooking.
The gameplay focuses on creating and publishing videos. The player must also observe his popularity and reputation. The game also contains various side activities like going with friends to parties and to cinema or befriending and romancing with other authors. Many aspects of the game are similar to the popular series The Sims.
At the beginning of the career player has rather small possibilities and he creates simple videos like many other in the Internet. While creating the videos, player uses both clips recorded by himself and ones “borrowed” from other creators or from television. After publishing a movie one must control his popularity and the number of channel subscribers in order to concentrate on most popular topics. When player becomes more popular, he can invest in better equipment and faster Internet. After some time it is possible to hire coworkers or join a partnership. The game contains a simple ability tree which allows unlocking new material types: in case of video game career the new types are: unboxing, first impressions, reviews, guides, speedruns etc.
Youtubers Life for PC has colorful, three-dimensional graphics and large dose of humor.
age requirements: everyone
PC / Windows
Minimum: Intel Pentium 4 2.0 GHz, 2 GB RAM, graphic card 512 MB GeForce 8800 or better, 3 GB HDD, Windows XP