Do You Love Lucy? Now You Can Play Her.

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

Do you love Lucy? Well, jump right into the Job Switching or the candy factory episode in I Love Lucy. You can play Lucy. You can be Ricky as well. As Lucy, you get to struggle to stay employed alongside Ethel in the chocolate factory, and try to wrap candy as it races past you on a conveyor belt. As Ricky, you can coach Fred and labor to learn the ropes of basic domestic housekeeping.

I Love Lucy is the first licensed show to appear within Retro World, an online social game platform from social and casual game developer and publisher Entertainment Games. The release comes on the heals of Retro World’s hidden object game Hide & Hunt, which features object hunting with friends in the I Love Lucy classic living room set.

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