Nintendo has recently announced that a demo for their next major life simulation project will be available on the Nintendo 3DS eShop starting tomorrow, July 2. Tomodachi Life: Move-In Version, previously released only to select Club Nintendo members, is now being offered for free to all Nintendo 3DS owners. However, the free version is lacking in highlighted features found in the previously released demo.
Tomodachi Life, Nintendo's submission to the life-simulation ring, came out in North America on June 6, 2014. In an effort to gain a wider audience, the Japanese gaming giant announced the public release of the Move-In Version, a demo with the capability to link up with the full game. While the demo itself is only a very small portion of everything Tomodachi Life has to offer, player-created Miis can be transferred to the full game at the time of purchase. Unlike the Club Nintendo version, Move-In does not feature the downloadable Panda Suit and is limited to 20 plays.
Tomodachi Life: Move-In Version allows gamers to escape reality and explore a virtual world as their Mii for a brief period. For interested players still on the fence about picking up the title, Nintendo 3DS owners will be able to drop in to the online eShop and download the demo for a limited number of plays starting tomorrow.