The Paralives team released two video snippets in the last few days in which they present two small features of their current development progress.
For the privacy of the paras, censor effects are created to cover the sensitive areas of the body. Various designs have been created for this purpose. A final decision has not yet been made, however, and the community’s opinion has been gathered. The chalk effect turned out to be the clear favourite for the fans. Personally, I also like it very much because it fits in well with the art style. Of course, it would also be a great idea if you could set this effect yourself while playing.
The second new feature is the reordering of actions in the queue. If you call up an interaction that is supposed to take place before the others, you can click and drag it to the front of the queue to change the order. This is especially handy when you want to respond quickly to spontaneous events without having to interrupt all other actions. It’s nice to see that such useful usability features are already being considered, which make it easier for the player to use.
It seems that we can expect more little snippets in the near future, as the team says they are making good progress and would like to share more information with us. We are looking forward to it! You can find more information about the life simulation Paralives on their website. Follow me on Twitter if you want to be informed about current topics from the Lifesim universe. You can watch the video here: