Swery’s next game, The Good Life, promises nocturnal feline and canine adventures. That town gets wild and adorable at nightfall. But, we’ll have to wait a little longer for the sun to set.
In a Kickstarter update, Swery reveals that The Good Life has been pushed from the fourth quarter of 2019 to spring 2020. The reasoning is the same perfectly-acceptable logic that accompanies most delays. Swery best sums it up by saying “We only came to the decision due to prioritizing the quality of the game above all else.”
And, as always, that’s fine. Take your time, release the game when it’s ready. The added time does allow for some improvements, though. Swery points out that the visuals are significantly more detailed and the map has grown in size. Purrfect. Get them kittens lookin’ as sharp as possible.