The first “crown” birth simulator game is about to hit the shelves.
In this one, you can “curse” your baby by using a series of hand gestures and breathing exercises.
The baby is then placed on a bed and you watch as he or she gets its first breath.
The developer of this new title, BabyBusters, has a baby, so the baby is a real baby.
BabyBuster: BabyBusters will be available in early 2017, in a new “crowdfunding campaign” The game, titled BabyBusting, is about “curing” your child’s first birthday.
Baby Buster is a game that takes place in the future, so its “cure” is actually a simulation of a baby’s first breath, rather than an actual birth.
That makes it a bit more realistic, and helps it get more funding than a “normal” birth simulation game.
The developers say the game will be released in a crowdfunded campaign later this year, and it is still “looking for more funding.”
BabyBudz is a similar project that takes players on a simulated birth, with a different set of mechanics.
You can “bud” your newborn by pressing a button on your smartphone, then you can use the baby’s mouth to “bounce” in the air.
You then have to “catch” it with a hand or a baby bottle.
Baby Budz will be “available for $3.99” in a crowdsourced campaign.