My Life Story
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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My Life Story 

Start your path to success and survive the ordeals of young adulthood in My Life Story, a fun and rewarding life simulation experience.

Recently graduated from high school, but still living in your parents' basement, real life is knocking at your door with the promise of what may be. But without a job, your mom taking away your car, and the need to find a place of your own, that promise is turning more into an ill fate. It's time to get your life on track and start making the decisions that will determine your future. Can you balance work, fun, health, and bills to make your life a real virtual success?

Take on the challenges of modern day life as you find a job, move into an apartment, and work your way through the collegiate ranks. Explore the town and participate in over 50 activities like dancing, jogging, watching movies, or simply eating. Earn money to purchase home furnishings, pay for school and rent. Win Life Cards to equip helpful bonuses, but keep your eye on your activities, or you could end up in the hospital!

Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of My Life Story and strive towards your dreams today!

  • Find your true path to success in this entertaining life simulation experience.
  • Get a job, move into an apartment, and work your way through college.
  • Participate in over 50 fun activities like dancing and watching movies.
  • Earn money to purchase home furnishings, pay for school and rent.
  • Win Life Cards to equip helpful bonuses.
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Reviews of My Life Story
 | Added on: June 30, 2010
i have to say when i started to play this game my 1st thots were, " stupid...what's the challenge in this...pathetically old fashioned...definately does not look graphically like a 2010 game..." well, i'm glad i didn't delete this game on my 1st impression. it was very novel for me. i don't think i've ever played a game like this one. you have to work/go to school/do-eat things to give you energy, health, fun, feed yourself/make money to move into an apt, buy furniture to increase your happiness...very involved. i didn't want the trial hr to end. i could definately get lost in this game. the music was soothing also. don't let 1st impressions dictate wether you play this or not. play it...see what you think...
 | Added on: July 1, 2010
I enjoyed the different jobs you can choose. I recommend this game to anyone who wants a relaxing game plus fun and easy.
 | Added on: July 15, 2010
Not the most exciting game I have played. It was addictive only in the sense that I wanted to see how the game finished...not continue to play. Basically I just thought the concept was good but the game was rather boring. Once you got to the higher levels, much of the time was spent "working" or "studying", and recovering from "working" and "studying." I wish I had not wasted my time or my game credit on this game.
 | Added on: July 12, 2010
Okay, well I can tell from the reviews that a lot of people thought this game wasn't very good, and I can see why they might think that. If you like the games that require a lot of attention and focus such as Diner Dash or Sally's games, then I can see why this game wouldn't be for you. However, I like playing games while watching TV and such, so this game was the perfect multi-tasking game. It requires your attention, but not constantly. Plus, I liked how there were so many awards to achieve. I'm a fan of games with goals and accomplishments you have to reach, and this game had tons of them. The goals weren't too difficult either which made it fun, because there were tons of them as well. The only thing I didn't like was how when you reached your dream job, you couldn't play anymore with your new dream job, it took you back to the last level. And also, you can't complete all the goals - such as the Dog Lover award, you have to dog walk 200 hours. I didn't realize if I got another job right away after becoming a dog walker and not walking dogs for 200 hours, that I would never be able to reach that goal, I thought I would be able to walk my purebred. Also, another goal is take 6 high-stress, and then another take 6 low-stress jobs. There aren't enough job-change times for you to be able to get all the awards for the job-accepting awards.
 | Added on: July 6, 2010
I played this some time ago on another website and this game is just like real life - life after high school and took me back in time a few years as while I was playing this I thought about this time in my life the whole time I was playing! LOL! You know, getting your first job, apartment, going to college etc. This was a fun game to play choosing the different jobs and things but you also have to remember to have a balance of work, fun, health, and paying the bills. It's definitely not the best game I've played but this was pretty fun for about a couple of hours. Something a little different from what I usually play. Worth a free 1 hour or using Fun Pass to decide for yourself anyway.
 | Added on: July 9, 2010
About all I can say about this game is how boring !! It's not a TM, you just have to click click click and nothing ever really happens, just work, study eat.
 | Added on: October 13, 2011
This game was really fun, but it was the same thing over and over! By the end, I was just glad it was over!
 | Added on: July 2, 2010
This game is fun for the first couple minutes then just repetative. It's not really a Time Management game.
 | Added on: June 30, 2010
This would be a good exercise for someone to learn to click a mouse. Time management? remedial... This is possibly the most dull, uninspired TM game I've played and that's usually my favorite type of casual game... I would never recommend this for purchase... find something FUN to buy!
 | Added on: July 1, 2010
This game is okay for a kid - maybe, but it was so boring that my teenager wouldn't play for more than 15 minutes. I love TM, but this doesn't even squeak by as a TM for me. Leave this one on the shelf.
 | Added on: July 27, 2010
I had a great night last night - 4 or 5 games I tried and ended up loving (and buying all of them). Believe me, this is not always the case. The other day I tried 6 games and hated every one of them. This is a cool game similar to Life Quest. I think this one actually came out first. The gameplay is really similar although I think I prefer the neighborhood layout in this one. You don't seem to have the timer for quests in this one, but it's in your best interests not to waste too much time. Seems like a good game and not your standard TM game. I'd give this 4 out of 5 stars.
 | Added on: July 14, 2010
Fun game all around. After playing for a while it does get a little boring, doing the same thing over and over . I would probably play it again though...
 | Added on: November 30, 2010
The graphics are poor, the game play itself is boring and far too repetitive. Tedious and not worth buying as the replay value is, in my opinion, absent.
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