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- Village life goes on, even when you're not playing.
- Lots of villagers to unlock and mysteries to solve.
- Difficulty settings and game speed let you adjust the game to your style.
- Immersive theme makes you feel for your characters.
- You spend most of your time watching the villagers.
Virtual Villagers 4 Fast Facts
- Virtual Villagers: The Tree of Life was released on March 31, 2010
- The game was developed and published by LDW Software
- This game is the fourth in a series of virtual life simulation games. The previous games include Village Sim (2005), Virtual Villagers: The Lost Children (2007), and Virtual Villagers: The Secret City (2008)
- The game is dynamic, meaning that village life goes on even whilst you aren't playing the game. Don't forget to check in from time to time to ensure that all is going well!
- LDW Software develops and publishes genre-bending games designed to challenge users to think about their game-play strategies. In addition to the Virtual Villager series, they are known for the Fish and Plant Tycoon games. LDW stands for 'Last Day of Work'.
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