Playdemic brings Facebook hit Village Life to iOS

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Playdemic’s hit Facebook game Village Life is now available on mobile, allowing players both new and old to take their constantly-growing villages with them wherever they go. The game features full cross-platform play, so Facebook players won’t have to worry about losing their progress when downloading the app on iOS.

Village Life sees players growing virtual villagers from the moment they’re born, helping them fulfill their needs and guiding them through life’s large events. These events may include their first date with another villager, getting married, having children and eventually going into old age. These villagers can have relationships with villagers from other players’ games, offering unique social play not usually seen in other “city-builder” social games.

Each villager can be named, allowing players to keep track of villagers with particular skill sets. Players can craft tools, farm for resources and more using their villagers, and must keep track of baby villagers, helping them grow into adults that can join the “working” population.

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“Village Life has enjoyed great success on Facebook. More recently, a growing number of fans have been asking to play the game on their mobile devices as well as on Facebook. So I’m delighted to announce they can now play Village Life on both platforms,” said Ian Livingstone CBE, Chairman of Playdemic, in a company statement. “We are extremely excited about bringing Village Life to a whole new mobile audience.”

Village Life is now available to download for free on iOS devices, and is supported via in-app purchases. The game currently has over 1.7 million monthly active players on Facebook. Check back soon to follow the game’s iOS progress on AppData, our tracking service for mobile and social apps and developers.