No Time to Relax ultimate game of life now on Kickstarter for Linux, Mac and Windows. All thanks to Porcelain Fortress, a Reykjavik, Iceland-based gaming design and development team, working to create well-polished games. So now they are announced ahead of their latest game release with a crowdfunding campaign.
Called “No Time to Relax, their latest game features “the game of your life.” So players will follow everyday individuals around that must work, earn money, maintain an apartment and invest in the stock market. All to stay afloat.
“No Time to Relax is a life simulation game where up to 4 players compete against one another for the ‘ultimate game of life,’” said Didrik Steinsson, Co-Founder of Porcelain Fortress. “Inspired by games such as Jones in the Fast Lane and the Game of Life, all players will start out in a lousy apartment with no job or education. To win the game, players have to get better jobs, educate themselves, and gain work experience. The rest just falls into place!”
No Time to Relax Kickstarter Trailer (Linux, Mac, Windows)
While along the way, players must juggle: cash, well-being, education, and happiness. With unpredictable twists and turns, what might seem easy can easily be thrown off-kilter at a moment’s notice.
Players can compete with their friends, or use the system to try and win against the computer. Features embedded in the game include: singleplayer game mode, high score, multiplayer game modes. Also online multiplayer, original soundtrack, steam leaderboards and achievements. With keyboard and controller support for compatible devices on Linux, Mac, Windows, Xbox, 360, PS3 and PS4.
So in an effort to complete No Time to Relax to its highest quality, as quickly as possible. Since Porcelain Fortress is taking to Kickstarter where they hope to cultivate a community surrounding their new classic PC game.
Welcome to the ultimate game of life
“Even though we are completely enamored with our jobs and creating new game. That doesn’t always pay the bills,” said Steinsson. “Therefore, we are taking our game to Kickstarter to convince people to join our growing gaming community. We are welcoming all gamers with open arms.”
Porcelain Fortress was officially founded in 2016. Three of the founding members work together in a software development company. Discovering they all share a common dream: to make games. Participating in a game jam shortly after onboarding an artist. Porcelain Fortress released their first game: Gundawn. The rest is history.
No Time to Relax will be available on Linux, Mac and Windows. Releasing through Steam, Xbox, and Microsoft Store. Available for $14.99 USD.