A lot of us live for the types of moments that make us the happiest. Often these moments occur in raves, parties, concerts and other related events and occurrences. Hence, it's not quite surprising that a new beta game that Facebook has provided is experiencing a steadily increasing number of players.
This beta game I'm referring to is NightClub City (Beta). In NightClub City (Beta), a player is given the chance to own and manage his/her very own club. One thing that makes NightClub City (Beta) so entertaining is the fact that it features popular music and hits that are very much like what you would hear in bars and clubs. Basically, you can call it a "club-simulation" type of game. As the manager/dj/owner, you are in-charge of the management of your club, the design, the decoration, the workers and the music that will be playing in your club. You'll also be responsible for the drinks in your bar. After all, what is a club without the booze? By the way, if your looking to play games rather than read about it, try this miniclip site.
NightClub City (Beta) allows you to create your own club, away from the hassles and stresses of real life. A party sanctuary wherein you see computer generated as well as human controlled people flock to your clubs, drink, have fun, fall in love, dance, have a good time and occasionally, get drunk. To add to the mix, NightClub City (Beta) also provides owners the chance to lure in or hire celebrities to visit their clubs. These celebrities feature Soup Dogg, Bruce Leet, Shuck Norris and a bunch of other hilariously named celebrities that clearly derive from famous figures in real life. With all that said, it shouldn't really come as any surprise that in the few months since it was introduced, it has already garnered lots and lots of players without even having to advertise itself extensively.
Also, what separates NightClub City (Beta) from the rest of the applications and games available on Facebook is the fact that you can basically relax while playing. You can sit back and watch your club rake in money while you listen to the music. It's just about having a good time, not necessarily about winning. That relaxed spirit is what makes the game all the more entertaining. NightClub City (Beta) has become a common talking point between friends who boast of and compare each other's clubs and their designs. Commitment is also not a problem with NightClub City (Beta). As I've said, unlike other games wherein you are required to do things in order to rake in money and increase the level of your club, in NightClub City (Beta), you are not required to do such things. By simply choosing the right design, decorations and workers, you can guarantee that your club will be raking in profit for you without you even doing anything.
Also, with NightClub City (Beta), you can mingle and interact with your friends. In fact, what makes NightClub City (Beta) so entertaining is the fact that your friends can actually visit your club without even realizing it. Their avatars will be computer-controlled and will visit your bars as just another customer. They will drink, dance, flirt and may even get drunk. You are also given the chance to make an entourage or a VIP section. There are just so many things that can happen in your club in NightClub City (Beta). Ironically, you don't even do much about it. The game literally plays itself.
With NightClub City (Beta), you'll be playing while also being able to entertain yourself. It's a win-win game that, even in its beta stages, shows signs of it becoming a popular hit arcade game, even threatening to rival the success of Facebook's Zynga Game, "Farmville."