For fans of simulation games that don’t quite have the time to sit down and play classics like the acclaimed Sims 4, Idle Life may be an option. For me, an avid player of simulation games who has a fair amount of time to play a variety of games, Idle Life still manages to be a cute game to check into once or twice a day. The game is relatively new, so there is definitely room for it to grow, but for what it is now it’s your pretty average Idle-style game with the added fun of being about to buy houses, furniture, and clothes for your sim character.
The style of Idle Life is cute, and somewhat reminiscent of Animal Crossing with its chibi style character design. It’s easy to navigate with a well organized layout. The only issue with their layout is the imposing in-app purchase icons at the bottom of the screen. Like many idle games this game is free-to-play with the option of in-app purchases, such as No Ads, 2xs profits, and increased inactive income. These in-app purchases are more expensive than usual, so beware. If you want any of those features it’s going to cost between 5 to 10 dollars.