My Life Story: Adventures
Great game many hours of fun..
March 24, 2012
its very easy a 5 yrs figured it out.lol
September 23, 2012
Goal Oriented Game
Enjoyed the mini quests and daily challenges. Sometimes became repetitious. I wanted to replay using a different character with different goals but no matter which character you choose the game was exactly the same. A bit disappointing because the game could have been much more enjoyable and re-playable.
April 7, 2012
Fast fun game
Only took a few hours but fun!
March 29, 2012
I enjoyed playing the game. Yes it is easy but so is the concept, its entertaining without being too challenging.
February 19, 2013
Clunky But Playable Life Sim
This is another life simulation game. Unlike some of the others, the game play is slow and clunky.
You get one shot to choose your career path, picked from one of the buildings. This isn't made completely clear, and once you've chosen, there's no going back (without restarting the game from the beginning).
There are only 8 places to visit total. One place has food (optional, but has benefits, and can only be done once per day), one is a wishing well (wishing is also a once per day thing), and one is a place where you can train skills, but you cannot access it at first. There is also your apartment, where you sleep at night and 'relax' during the day. Other than these are the 4 places where you can increase the points of four main areas which, in turn, can be used to gain skills and "talents". As you progress in the game, each of these 4 buildings gives you options to let you cross-train for points, so that you might, for example, go into the building for Creative points and raise Creative and Smart points at once.
The various buildings assign you various quests at different times. These can range in things that give you more options to raise points, give you outright cash, or move you further along your career path, giving you a raise at work. Wishing can potentially gain you points or cash, and most of the quests will require a skill or talent to solve.
You can replay the game, but it can be even more annoying the next time through. You cannot skip the tutorial and must follow a script for the first dozen or so turns. Conversations are hard to skip through and get repetitive. There is no help available, outside of the forced tutorial messages; however most of the game is so painfully obvious it's not really needed. And no matter how long you play, you cannot get through the day without having to go 'relax'. After a while the game gets repetitious and the quests towards the end of the game can feel drawn out.
It's not a bad game, but I wouldn't buy it full price. Get it when it's on a deep sale, or use a free credit.
July 5, 2012
I'm in love with the Life Quest / My Life Story / Cute Knight life simulation type games. However, as the other reviews note, this game is very linear with no options on making decisions (there is really no way to fail and there are no options for outside things such as making friends, love interests, investing in a home - like Life Quest or related). I do have a place for games like these - the repetition helps me fall asleep, so it accomplished that twice. If you are looking for something that has substance, I say pass on this one.
June 10, 2012
This game is really boring... There are only 4 choices of careers, and they are really extreme and weird! This type of game is supposed to let you make the person the way you want to, but this game doesnt have enough options for you to really customize your character...
June 2, 2012