Game Dev Story update introduces Game Center support

By Stace Harman, Wednesday, 13 April 2011 15:51 GMT

The charmingly addictive and addictively charming iOS game has been updated with 32 achievements and online leaderboards. There goes another couple of hundred hours of our lives.

Bolt-from-the-blue hit and videogame development simulation, Game Dev Story looks set to suck a whole lot more of your time away with its latest update, and it has just started to get sunny outside too.

Amongst the 32 Game Center achievements are biggies like “Sell 100 Million” awarded for 100m unit sales and “Mystery Console” which is described as ‘a game console so awesome, it’s like a spaceship of something’.

Quirkier achievements task you with hiring certain members of staff winning the ‘worst game’ award.

The leaderboards are divided into categories for best selling title on each console available in the game and overall console sales. There are already some frighteningly big numbers being posted.

Game Dev Story is developed by Kairosoft and available on iPod Touch and iPhone, a trial version is also available.

Kairosoft’s second game, Hot Springs Story puts you in charge of a luxury resort and tasks you with balancing the needs of spa visitors with the expansion of your business empire.

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