Hundred Days, a simulation game based on a new and unique idea of running a winery, is now open for pre-registration on both, Android and iOS!
Developer Broken Arms Games has made the decision to bring Hundred Days to mobile! The game first came out for PC and received relatively positive reviews. This possibly motivated the developers to expand their venture onto mobile platforms. Following this decision, the game is now open for pre-registration on both Android and iOS!
About Hundred Days:
In Hundred Days the player lives the life of a vintner and handles all the day-to-day activities of his winery. This storyline or concept is something that is pretty new, and the inspiration for it comes from the life of one of the developers. The family of Yves Hohler, the lead designer and co-founder of Broken Arms Games, is into winemaking, and he has studied Oenology as well. This is where the game’s unique setting stems from. Like every simulation game, your decisions decide your fate. The player is to manage his winery by making smart economic decisions. The game features well-designed, smooth, and relaxing animations which might make the game an enjoyable experience. The player can/must:
- Gain a complete learning of the winemaking procedure, and understand what separates a thousand dollar bottle from one which costs a few bucks.
- Care for his/her winery and pay attention to its needs and requirement.
- Also play adventure and various modes that allow for long or shorter gameplay sessions.
- Protect his/her grapes from diseases.
- Learn what’s the best season to prune, fertilize, and harvest.
- Understand the importance of different yeasts and bacteria strains.
How to Pre-register:
The game is now open for pre-registration on both Android and iOS, and players can get themselves pre-registered easily! You can pre-register yourself from here for Android and from here for iOS. The game is not free-to-play and comes with a price tag of $5.99.
To conclude, although Hundred Days brings forward a story and concept that has not been explored before, novelty doesn’t necessarily equate to success. For instance, the game only received a lukewarm response on its PC release. Moreover, the fact that it is a paid game in a largely free-to-play market might also affect its popularity. Thus, there is a lot to look forward to with Hundred Days release. Finally, what are your opinions on this upcoming game? Do you think it will be received in a better manner on mobile? Let us know in the comments section!
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