SWERY’s The Good Life ‘Daily Life RPG’ Gets Funded on Kickstarter


After a first unsuccessful crowdfunding campaign on Fig, SWERY's The Good Life project managed to surpass the minimum funding goal of €517,508 yesterday on Kickstarter.

With a couple days still left on the clock, the race is now on to add a Nintendo Switch edition via the newly revealed $800K stretch goal. However, the developers have clarified that even if this stretch goal isn't reached by the end of the campaign they will use the extra funds to develop additional content such as more music tracks, more seasonal events to Rainy Woods, more part-time jobs/revenue generating activities for Naomi to repay her crippling debt, more outfits for Naomi et cetera.

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Currently, the game is set to be available in Q3 2019 for PC (priced at $29 via Steam) and PlayStation 4 (priced at $39). If you're curious about The Good Life, there's a prototype demo available at this address.

The Good Life is a debt repayment daily life RPG co-developed by SWERY's White Owls Inc. and a development team led by Yukio Futatsugi, the creator of Panzer Dragoon and Phantom Dust.

The Good Life is a Daily Life Simulator x SWERISM  

You like bizarre and mysterious things?
You like unique and memorable characters?
You want to enjoy a game that offers a lot of freedom, but you also want to enjoy a good story?

Think that's too much to ask for? Not in The Good Life! This game is made for you!

Play as Naomi, a journalist from New York who moves to a backwoods British town called Rainy Woods in order to pay off her massive debt.

The only way for her to escape from debt hell is to take pictures of happenings in the town and report on them. Of course, 'the happiest town in the world' is not your average town...

The inhabitants of the happiest town in the world are some of the most bizarre people you'll ever come across. You'll live alongside them as you solve mysteries and experience a hearty helping of craziness. We're sure that you'll eventually come to love all the mystery, horror, and good old charm that this town has to offer.