OUT NOW – Family House, New From Brightsolid

Dundee’s Brightsolid, best known as a hosting, cloud and genealogy company has announced the release of it’s first game.

Family House is a new social game for all ages, based around the player’s own family tree. Set in a large rambling family house, the player’s goal is to build and restore the house itself – with family members moving in as space becomes available. The player must keep family members happy, to keep them paying rent.

Screen Shot 2014-05-27 at 11.15.08According to Brightsolid, over 100,000 people have already moved into their own Family House on PC. The game has now hit iOS and is available on iPhone and iPad.

Players must create and clothe their own avatar, before starting work on the house. Tidying rooms, buying furniture and opening up new space in order to let other family members move in. Players can then choose which other family members to create – partners, parents, children etc. Each family member can be customised and the game features clothes and items spanning centuries. Allowing ancestors from as early as the 17th century to be included.

Screen Shot 2014-05-27 at 11.17.00The virtual family members spend their days exploring, mingling & gossiping with each other, dancing, watching TV, playing with their pets, having a snooze, going for a swim, posing for photos, strolling in the gardens or even answering the call of nature.

Family House has been created by Dundee’s Tiger Games, with audio courtesy of Euphonious.

Brightsolid’s Chief Executive Officer, Richard Higgs said:

Family House enables everyone aged from four to one hundred and four to share their family history. The game is great fun in its own right and provides an ability to bring generations together.

Screen Shot 2014-05-27 at 11.18.02Family House is OUT NOW. It’s free to play…

Family House (iOS) – FREE

Family  House (Facebook) – FREE

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