Singles: Flirt Up Your Life update

Deep Silver releases new gameplay information on its upcoming life simulation game from Rotobee. New screens inside.

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Deep Silver has today released new gameplay information on Singles: Flirt Up Your Life, which was formerly known simply as Singles. The raunchy life simulation game is currently scheduled for release in Europe on April 2, and we're reliably informed that negotiations are underway with at least one major publisher interested in releasing the game in North America.

Singles: Flirt Up Your Life will feature a total of 13 male and female characters for players to attempt to 'pair up', and it's been revealed today that an optional 'pink' gameplay mode will cater for characters wishing to explore their sexuality. The game promises to be as humorous as it is raunchy, and Deep Silver has hired an established television writer to pen a script for the UK version that's different to that already prepared for the rest of Europe. According to a Deep Silver representative we spoke to today, it's conceivable that yet another different version of the script will appear in the North American version of the game.

Characters in the game will be capable of learning new skills as players progress, but the main objective of the game is really just to thrust two characters that live together into a number of romantic and passionate situations and see what happens. The game will feature full frontal nudity amongst other things, and has already been given a rating of 16+ for Europe by PEGI.

We'll bring you more information on Singles: Flirt Up Your Life as soon as it becomes available. In the meantime, you might be interested to take a look at the game's official Web site.

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