SAN FRANCISCO - March 14, 2007 - Will your tribe survive?
Last Day of Work is proud to present Chapter 2 of the "Virtual Villagers" series, the casual downloadable game for Windows and Macintosh computers that simulates a small village and allows the player to manage and guide the villagers as they live, work, mate and grow.
Virtual Villagers is unique among real-time games, in that the little villagers will continue to live, prosper, or die, even if the game is off. The game can only be suspended if set on pause.
"Virtual Villagers is a fun combination of simulation and virtual pet games, letting gamers raise their own little tribe, as well as exploring a rich and mysterious island." said Arthur Humphrey, LDW's chief executive. "With Chapter 2, entitled Virtual Villagers - The Lost Children, we are excited to also introduce some new mechanics into the game that are proving to be quite addicting."
The Virtual Villagers series is set on the fictitious island of Isola, where a lost tribe has landed on its shores. The second chapter continues where the first chapter left off, taking the player on a new journey to the western shores of the island. Virtual Villagers: The Lost Children includes all new puzzles, collectible items, and new challenges to overcome as the player cares for this fledgling tribe and helps them to discover even more secrets of the mysterious island.
A free trial version of Virtual Villagers: The Lost Children is available for download and the full version of the game can be purchased for $19.95. For more information, please visit www.virtualvillagers.com/thelostchildren
About Last Day of Work
Last Day of Work is a San Francisco-based independent game development studio. The company is one of the best-selling developers of innovative casual and downloadable games, including the Virtual Villagers series, Fish Tycoon, Plant Tycoon and others. For more information visit www.LDW.com
Evaluation copies available upon request.
Carla T. Humphrey
415 608 2680