Last Day of Work Updates Version of Its Award-Winning Village Sim Game

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Last Day of Work, is excited to announce the release of Village Sim 1.1 for Palm OS. This update features long awaited improvements based on customers’ suggestions and include clickable tombstones, new behaviors like evaluating and repairing huts, as well as improved stability and gameplay.

Last Day of Work is excited to announce the release of Village Sim 1.1 for Palm OS. This update features long awaited improvements based on customers’ suggestions and include clickable tombstones, new behaviors like evaluating and repairing huts, as well as improved stability and gameplay.

Village Sim is a village simulator where you care for and nurture a displaced tribe of little people by teaching them the basics of survival. The object of the game is to grow a small village in your Palm OS device: they have food needs, housing needs, technologies to research and diseases to fight. As the village grows and prospers, the villagers become curious about their mysterious island home and the secrets it holds. Aside from guiding the villagers' day-to-day lives, they player helps them to explore and restore the island.

Unique among games for mobile devices is the “real-time” nature of growing a virtual tribe in your handheld device. Unless a player pauses the game, villagers will continue to live and prosper, or sicken and die, depending on how often the player monitors and takes care of the people in the village.

“We are very proud of how well Village Sim has been received among the public. We hope to soon be offering the game on other platforms as we have just done with Fish Tycoon for Windows PC,” said Arthur Humphrey, Last Day of Work’s CEO.

About Last Day of Work

Last Day of Work is a San Francisco based independent game development studio. The company specializes in handheld games that bend the definitions of existing genres and run in true real-time. For more information, visit http://www.ldw.com.

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