If you think building-sims are dry affairs without any fun ideas, then LucasArts classic Afterlife might tell you otherwise.
Having Disney-owned LucasArts licences on board doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s all about Star Wars and point-and-click adventures for GOG. This is proved by the recent release of Afterlife, a game that puts you into the shoes of a manager for all those lost souls. Keeping both hell and heaven apart, providing for punishment and rewards simultanously is certainly no easy task for the newly appointed “regional spiritual director”.
Graphically, the game shows its age of course, but with all these crazy characters and the quirky humor, this is certainly a title unique in the simulation genre and also shows the humble beginnings of the now defunct company.
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