One Hour One Life Review
Posted: 18 months ago, last updated 3 months ago.
It’s challenging because you have to trust and rely on other players, particularly when you start your go, as a baby. It’s a game that forces you to choose carefully how you spend your limited life and what to do with the resources and friendships in the game.
There are two versions:
- One Hour One Life original game on the PC and Mac that is supported by the game's creator. This is the game that is best supported.
- You Are Hope version created by other developers available on iOS and Android.
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Players: This is a single player game. You can play with up to 100 players online. Each game of One Hour, One Life lasts exactly one hour. You can play the game multiple times but you are starting from scratch with each go. A single player can access the game on one device and plays with up to 200 others in a game world.
One Hour, One Life is not available in stores or on console so has no PEGI or ESRB rating. The You Are Hope version of the game is rated PEGI 7+ with implied violence. In the US the ESRB rating You Are Hope EVERYONE 10+ with fantasy violence and mild blood. Because this is a game you play with other people, swear words and other language may be encountered.
Users Interact: The game enables players to interact and communicate with each other, so may expose players to language usually associated with older rated games.
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