Project Party is Lilith Games entry into the life sim genre

Life sim, and a whole lot more besides

Project Party is Lilith Games entry into the life sim genre
  • Project Party is the new life simulation just announced by Lilith Games
  • Promising a mix of familiar life sim and in-game socialising, it'll also come with a packaged game editor
  • You'll be able to enjoy experiences ranging from shooter to horror and even more, Lilith promises

Lilith Games, creator of AFK Arena, has announced their newest title; Project Party. A combination of life sim and game editor with the opportunity to integrate user-generated content and other experiences.

A quick gander at the trailer starts off normally enough, with the kind of life sim gameplay we see in other games like Play Together, before taking a hard right-turn into a zombie apocalypse and horror gameplay.

It seems that Lilith Games is eager to show off what Project Party is setting out to do, in combining traditional, Animal Crossing-esque gameplay with the ability to enjoy other experiences that can range wildly in what they include.

Come together?

And yes, like we said we see more than a few shades of Play Together in this one. But Lilith Games is a developer with quite the pedigree, and we're intrigued to see exactly how all this promised user-generated content and packaged game editor will appeal to players.

Certainly, we'd imagine that Project Party will live or die by how user-friendly these tools are. But if, as the trailer promises, you can jump from building a house to in-game socialising to horror and even zombie apocalypse shooter, we can't imagine anyone turning up their nose at Project Party.

We don't yet have a current release date or confirmed devices aside from PC and mobile, so Android and iPhone users watch this space!

But in the meantime, if you want something to tide you over, why not dig into the latest entry of our regular weekly feature covering the top five new mobile games you need to try this week?

Better yet, you can always see what else has caught our eye over the last six months by digging into our massive, constantly growing list of the best mobile games of 2024 (so far)!

Iwan Morris
Iwan Morris
Iwan is a Cardiff-based freelance writer, who joined the Pocket Gamer Biz site fresh-faced from University before moving to the editorial team in November of 2023.