Saturday Crapshoot: Afterlife | PC Gamer

Every week, Richard Cobbett rolls the dice to bring you an obscure slice of gaming history, from lost gems to weapons grade atrocities. This week, when you get to Hell, tell ’em this game sent you. Where ’em is probably middle management. Overworked middle management. Who are suffering more.

The strangest thing about Afterlife is that nobody else has done it. At least, not really. The whole appeal of the god game is giving us, well, god-like powers over a world, so it seems an easy jump from there to the likes of Sim Hell, and not the kind that Maxis went through the other year. Sim Heaven? Well, that doesn’t quite have the same kick. But in the mid-90s, Lucasarts – yes, them – not only realised the obvious potential, but figured, “What the… heck! We’ll let you look after both of them at once.”

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