Cart Life Game Review (interview with the developer included) 3

Final Verdict

Personally, I am enthusiastically recommending Cart Life to my friends already (Free version to try first then purchase if they want to show support). It is just so refreshing to find a simulation game like this. It did not just try to simulate running a store like many of the retail sims we see today, it ¬†pretty much simulated everything. What I mean is that I feel like the game gave me a sense of behind the scenes because the game simulated the life of the stand owners as well. The great thing about it is that the game doesn’t just give the playable characters backstories then call it a day. Cart Life offers the players the ability to help the characters go through whatever adversities they had to face. However, at the same time, the actions you decide for your characters to take will have consequences. I really love this aspect of the game because it makes it more real for me. The game also contains a LOT of detail which ties in everything very nicely. Of course like many games, it is not perfect. Some people have a hard time learning the game, so to others, the learning curve might be too high. Then there is people who were experiencing many bugs that rendered the game unplayable for them. Because of this, I recommend getting the free version first! Personally, I feel like people should still get the game (at least the free version until the game gets fixed enough where you are comfortable to purchase it) since there are ways around the common bugs, although I understand it can get frustrating. Also, the developer actually asks the people who purchased the game to go and report all the bugs they find to this one webpage dedicated to bug tracking. So the bugs will be fixed. If you are like me who wants to play something that stands out against the sea of similar retail sim games, I highly recommend Cart Life.