If you’re wanting to get out there and create your own YouTube channel, make some videos, and become famous with tonnes of followers and subscribers but not for real, then read on and get yourself familiar with PewDiePie’s Tuber Simulator game.
Where do I get this game from?
Tuber Simulator is available for both iPhone and Android and is free to download, however the game has lots of in-app purchases. Amazon claim to give you 25% off in-app purchases when you purchase Amazon Coins and use the Amazon App.
Head on over to our download information page for more information on downloading this game. Or just use the links below if you’re ready to download now.
What do I need to play this game?
Tuber Simulator is available for iOS and Andriod devices.
How much does this game cost?
The game is available for free although it has many in-app purchases that range from $1.39 through to $139.99 but purchasing the in-app purchases is not necessary.
Is this game suitable for kids?
Our recommendation is that this game is more suited for children from around 12 and upwards. The app has a “G” rating so it really is safe enough for the entire family.
What are Bux?
Tuber Simulator’s in game currency is known as Bux. Bux can be earnt through out the game in various ways and are used to buy items and speed up deliveries. Bux can also be purchased using in-app purchases.
You can collect Bux through out the game by levelling up your main character, or by playing the Puggle Mini Game or Sponsor Eagle Delivery.
What is the Puggle Mini Game?
When you want to speed up shipping times, you can play the in-game Puggle Mini Game that can also earn you free Bux. The mini game can only be access when something is being shipped.
What is the Sponsor Eagle Delivery?
The Sponsor Eagle delivery will leave you with a small gift which can be multiplied by watching an ad. Grab (or tap) the eagle as it flys back and forth around the room to get a bonus. You maybe lucky and it will fly by again a second time straight up.
Why are Views important?
Views can be used as currency through out the game. You can spend them on upgrades for your room, which in turn will help you to get more views. You don’t get views for free though; you will need to first create a video to get those views flowing in.
What is the Knowledge Tree?
The Knowledge Tree is a way to upgrade your videos and your video making skills. It is used in conjunction with the “Brains” currency which are used to purchases upgrades in the Knowledge Tree. Check out our post on the PewDiePie Tuber Simulator Knowledge Tree for more details.
What is Streaming?
Streaming in the game is what allows others see to your videos. You’ll stream your videos to others that are playing Tuber Simulator who can view your video and choose to subscribe. Streaming can run for up to an hour at the start and you can earn a bonus in the process. When you have reached 5000 subscribers you can unlock Stream Longer and this will add 30 minutes to your streaming time limit.