PewDiePie, the most subscribed to YouTuber in the world isn’t shy when it comes to getting his name out there. With a subscriber base of over 48,000,000 Pewds has clearly earned a reputation for playing video games and screeching at the camera to adorning fans. More power to him. When it comes to releasing his own games it seems the master YouTuber, PewDiePie, knows exactly where to hit. Tuber Simulator saw a release this week and the internet went crazy for it! So much so that the developers, Outerminds, servers crashed after eager fans hammered the game to death! Not bad Pewds!
So exactly is Tuber Simulator? Think 8bit Isometric Art and Voila! You’ll have a rough idea as to the aesthetic style of this beautiful game. Tuber Simulator is available on mobile platforms only but I would not be surprised if we saw a console release later in the year. That’s a bold statement but it comes from a genuine place. Tuber Simulator really is that good. The aim of the game is pretty simple: create YouTube Videos, gain revenue, gain subscribers and build your Gaming Lair as vastly as your imagination will allow. I am not that far in to the game and I’ve already unlocked the NES. A NES! Something that I never expected to see in a PewDiePie game. Now that is class! There are additional unlocks to gain that provide unique design opportunities such as being able to have a fluffy desk that resembles a cat and a dog. It might sound crazy but it fits right in to the eccentricity of Tuber Simulator to which you cannot help but let your imagination run wild. This game will have you gripped and if you have not played Tuber Simulator then pop along to the App Store and download it even if you do not enjoy PewDiePie’s videos.
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