BitLife is a life simulator game developed and published by Candywriter, LLC. The objective of the game is to live a full life, making choices that affect different aspects of the player’s life. These choices may include what job to have, who to date, and how to spend money.
One of the most unique features of BitLife is the incorporation of a “life clock.” The life clock is a feature that keeps track of how long you’ve been alive. If you have not lived for at least one full year, the life clock will appear as a flashing red bar with no numbers. Once you have lived for at least one year, it will display your age in years and months. This feature is important because it allows you to keep track of how much time you have left to live.
It also includes a “news” tab that displays current events that are happening in the game. For example, if you are arrested, the news tab will show that you have been arrested. This tab is helpful because it allows you to keep track of the different events that are happening in your life.
It has “private mode” feature which allows the player to keep their photos private. Photos can still be seen by other players on Facebook and Twitter, but they will not appear in the news feed unless specifically shared.
One thing I like about BitLife is that you can choose to be a different gender. This is important because it allows players to have a more personal experience with the game.
You can get a “settings” tab which allows players to customize their game settings. Players can choose to turn on or off different features, such as the life clock and the news tab.
How to Escape Every Prison in bitlife [Guide]
There are three types of prisons that you can encounter in BitLife: small, medium and large. The sentencing is done on a grid-based layout so their exact specifications are listed as 7 x 5 prison cells (small), 8 x 6 rooms with one open area to walk around in between them-known as ‘the bullpen’ for short; these work great if your character is an assigned guard or other correctional officer type position because it creates more space within each cellblock
while still making sure security remains high without any gaps at all points along the facility’s perimeter fence lines except where officers patrol single file during rounds outside those guards quarters up front near our monitoring stations which have windows looking out into ours too although usually just from the desk sergeant’s chair (medium), and a whopping 10 x 8 dorm with two small areas off to the side for bathrooms and showers, one each (large).
The game randomly assigns you to one of the three types of prisons upon arrest. The small prison has a capacity of 7 inmates, the medium prison has a capacity of 8 inmates, and the large prison has a capacity of 10 inmates.
You may be asking yourself, “What about the other prisoners?” A new prisoner requires one room to reside in, and if there are not enough rooms available within your capacity for an extra person, they will occupy a hallway instead (moving all occupants of said hallways to empty cells).
You will then need to assign an officer to monitor that hallway. This is important because it allows the player to keep track of the different events that are happening in their life.
Small Prisons (7 x 5)
Medium Prison (7 x 8)
Large Prisons (8 x 8)
That’s all the guide on how you can escape in this game if you are stuck in any levels let us know we will help you to fix that issue and complete that stage have a great day bye.