Train and care for a stable of ponies and horses in this livestock simulator title
Windows Vista / Windows XP
Horse Life is a 3D game where you train a horse to win competitions. This game is ideal if you have ever dreamed of owning horses, have owned horses in the past or just want to explore the world of competitive horse riding without shelling out a load of money. This game will appeal to people of all ages.
In Horse Life, you will be able to ride a horse and train it to win various competitions. There are some stunning landscapes throughout Europe, America and even Africa. You will get a chance to ride horses through villages, beaches and forests, giving you the chance to see what it is like to ride horses for sporting purposes. As you continue to ride your horse and train it, you will be able to enter various competitions. Some of the acrobatics that horse can do, including jumping and galloping, will be tested throughout the game. You will need to continue to train your horse to win the competitions.
You can choose four different competition modes in Horse Life. This includes jumping, dressage, cross racing and complete tournaments, which includes a combination of the first three. Within the game, you will be able to set up your own profile. This allows multiple players to play within the same program. This allows you to make customizations without anyone else coming in to change the details of your horse. Essentially, you train your horse and are responsible for its successes or its failures.
The game flows well and offers a lot of variety and many players have commented that it feels as though they are owning and training an actual horse. Just when you think you have mastered the game, there are more beaches and more forests for you to ride through and more competitions for you to enter around the world.
The download for Horse Life does not take a lot of time, but the initial setup will take several minutes, so allow yourself some time to get started. Ellen Whitaker's Horse Life is a game that you will want to have on your computer for yourself or for children who have ever thought about owning and riding their own horse. It will teach you to respect the animal and you will have a lot of fun throughout the process.