Hokko Life to be published by Team17

The Wonderscope Games-developed community life simulator.

Hokko Life

Team17 will publish Wonderscope Games-developed community life simulator Hokko Life for PC, the company announced.

“I’m incredibly excited to announce I’ll be partnering with Team17 on Hokko Life,” said Wonderscope Games founder and creator Robert Tatnell in a press release. “Debbie Bestwick and the team have been wonderfully supportive of me as a developer and I really believe they are a perfect fit for the game. Bringing their experience and expertise on board means Hokko Life can truly become something special, and I simply cannot wait to welcome players to the world of Hokko!”

Team17 head of publishing Max Everingham added, “As our games label continues to grow, we’re delighted to welcome a game as colorful and creative as Hokko Life. This underlines our ambition to create a label with a diverse selection of gameplay experiences for all audiences, and we can’t wait to give players the chance to explore Hokko for themselves when it launches on PC.”

Here is a brief overview of the game, via Team17:

In Hokko Life, players can enjoy decorating their homes and personalizing their styles with custom clothing through an extensive editor that allows for unique designs. Players can finely tweak shapes, materials, and colors to create everything from t-shirts to chairs, and these designs can even be shared with other characters in the game.

A wide number of activities can also be explored, as players build themselves into the heart of the town’s community. From fishing to farming and hunting bugs, there’s plenty to enjoy in Hokko Life.

If you missed our previous coverage, read more about Hokko Life here.

Watch a trailer below.

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