PewDiePie’s Tuber Simulator is a mobile simulation game made by Outerminds Inc. with help from YouTuber PewDiePie (PewDiePie). It came out on September 29, 2016, and you can play it on your phone. The main goal of the game is for the player to get more views and subscribers on his YouTube channel by posting videos.
PEWDIEPIE’S TUBER SIMULATOR: GAMEPLAY MOCKS YOUTUBER LIFE
The gameplay of PewDiePie’s Tuber Simulator makes fun of the life of YouTubers like PewDiePie. The player makes videos, which bring in “views,” which are used to buy things from the shop and decorate the player’s room. The player can also gain followers by making videos, which is needed to get new features and rewards. When you finish a task, you can get a reward. Rewards can include views, subscribers, and other goods. The player can also use “bucks” to buy special things, like clothes, or to make his or her room bigger. Brains can be used to open up new features, like delivery slots for items.
JOIN PUBLIC CONTESTS AND TRADE PIXEL DUST IN THE NEW GAME FEATURE
The player can also take part in several public contests, each of which has a theme that goes with one of the chosen rooms. It costs $5 to take part in the competition. The player can now trade in items they don’t want for special magic dust. You can collect more dust for more expensive items, but once something turns to dust, it can’t be turned back. Once a user has collected enough dust, they can trade it for cubes that are grayscale, colored, or even invisible. They can be used to show pixel dust or to make pixel art. Playing Puggle is another way to get pixel dust.
THE NEW MINIGAME “PUGGLE” SPEEDS UP DELIVERY IN PIXEL WORLD
There is also a minigame called “Puggle,” which is similar to “Pachinko.” You can play it to speed up delivery and get things like balls with pixel dust (up to 100 pixels per ball), beetle tokens, and egg tokens. How much time is taken off the player’s delivery depends on the delivery reduction multiplier, which is based on how many views they place at the start, how many pegs and bubbles they hit, and the bowl they land in.
HATCH & GRAB: New Minigames and Themes Added
In the hatching egg minigame, players buy an egg from a dispenser and post a video with a theme that the egg likes to hatch. Players must post a video to find out what the theme of the egg is. When the player clicks on an egg after that, there should be a small icon that shows what the egg is about.
“Craniac,” a new minigame, was added not too long ago. It’s like a washing machine game where players use a crane to grab balls that contain exclusive items, performances, brains, egg tokens, and other things.
From the end of May to the beginning of June 2019, there was an event called “Pirates vs. Ninja.” Felix now has a new app logo, and the two themes are mixed. There were a few limited edition items, and in a video on PewDiePie’s YouTube channel, he showed the “pirate vs. ninja”-themed room with the best rating.
LAUNCH OF TOP GAME ON IOS AND ANDROID
The game came out on iOS and Android on September 29, 2016 . The game was a top get now on the Apple App Store the day it came out, and more than ten million people got it the next day. There were problems with the server during the first launch.
ROLLING STONE: NEW GAME COMPARED TO KIM KARDASHIAN APP
Rolling Stone said that the game is more like Kim Kardashian: Hollywood than Game Dev Story and that “I wasn’t sure if I was playing the game or turning into a human milking machine.” TouchArcade gave the game four out of five stars and said that “with fairly simple but intricate and addictive gameplay, coupled with PewDiePie’s signature humor and charm that is sure to win over its millions of loyal fans, the game strikes the perfect balance.” I bought the first box made of cardboard.