Thug Life Brasil, better known as TLB is a Brazilian game that seeks to bring what every game fan wants in an open world game inspired by Brazil. In addition to fluid gameplay, the game has 4 different maps to play in favelas or on beaches in Brazil, also containing 4 categories of vehicles! They are: Cars, motorcycles, trucks and buses, mostly Brazilian models.
In addition, TLB also contains a creative mode! Where you can create your own maps and mods, with npcs, slums, houses and even stadiums! The best maps are selected and after our analysis they are released for the public to check out and play on them too, meaning the game contains infinite maps!
So buy your car, lower it, customize it, change the wheels and colors, buy your motorcycle, call it in the cool cut grade and check out this game for yourself, now also with its online multiplayer mode to play with your friends!
IN THE GAME :
✔️Online Multiplayer Mode
✔️Map creation mode, make your own mod!
✔️ Brazil based favela map
✔️Map of the big city based on Leblon/Copacabana
✔️ Christ the Redeemer
✔️ Game compatible with gamepad and ipega controls
✔️ Accomplish missions and jobs
✔️ Acquire new vehicles
✔️ Unlock new Characters
✔️ Acquire new bikes
✔️ Unlock new trucks
✔️ Free Bus
✔️ Buy vehicles, weapons, houses
✔️ Earn in-game money
✔️ Cops and Npcs walking down the street
✔️ Car traffic on streets and alleys (beta phase)
✔️ 5 wanted levels
✔️ With each sought level, the greater the fuga difficulty
✔️ Check back in hospitals
✔️ Use your phone to take a photo, (front and rear camera) listen to music and check out other apps
✔️ Customize your vehicles in the workshop, changing colors, wheels and lowering (beta phase)
✔️ Listen to music from your phone in vehicles
✔️ Radar and GPS map
✔️ Different types of cameras in cars and motorcycles, with 1st person motovlog style camera!
✔️ Mechanics of swimming in the sea
Follow game updates closely on social media and on the official YouTube channel!
TLB - Thug Life Brasil, is completely Brazilian and fictional, therefore it does not represent the current situation in Brazil.