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‘Hundred Days’ the Winemaking Simulator Is Coming to iOS and Android next Month Following Its Debut on PC, Pre-Orders Now Live – TouchArcade

‘Hundred Days’ the Winemaking Simulator Is Coming to iOS and Android next Month Following Its Debut on PC, Pre-Orders Now Live – TouchArcade

‘Hundred Days’ the Winemaking Simulator Is Coming to iOS and Android next Month Following Its Debut on PC, Pre-Orders Now Live – TouchArcade

Hundred Days the Winemaking simulator from Broken Arms Games debuted on PC recently through multiple storefronts and it was then revealed for a Winter release on Nintendo Switch. Pixmain and Broken Arms Games have announced that Hundred Days is coming to iOS and Android as a premium release. Hundred Days includes time and resource management as you take control of a vineyard as the owner. There also looks to be a nice explanation of what goes into making wine across different stages like tasting, fertilization, fermentation, aging, marketing, and more. I learned about Hundred Days when it was shown off by Nintendo alongside other indies. Watch the gameplay trailer for it below:

Hundred Days is set to release on iOS and Android for $5.99. It is currently priced at $24.99 on PC platforms like Steam. The App Store has Hundred Days listed for October 13th which could end up being the final release date. If you’d like to play Hundred Days on iOS or Android, you can pre-order it on the App Store for iOS here and pre-register for it on Google Play for Android here. Hopefully we learn more about the port features in Hundred Days as we get closer to release. I’m curious about whether it has iCloud save support and controller support (considering it is coming to Nintendo Switch). At launch, Hundred Days will have support for English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Korean, Japanese, Russian, and Chinese. Check out the official website here. Have you played Hundred Days on PC or will you be getting ready to uncork it on mobile?

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