Today the new functionality available for Donors. Several times appeared suggestion of players to allow infinite playing time or be able to continue the game after the completion of regular, for a given type of game, time. I not really liked the idea because of the fact, the game includes many algorithms depend on the passage of time. These include aging artists and other dynamic parameters. Another problem is the data structure, which can be overloaded with too long a period of game. Longer explanation for the lack of this functionality can be found in FAQ section.
Starting However, the expectations of the players, but I decided to do a little experiment and share new option called Game+.
Well, it will rely on, that after the completion of the standard gameplay in Classic mode, Party mode or challenges in addition to options Start a new game donors receive button Game+. Selecting this will cause, the game will not end, and the playing time will be increased to 2050 year, and the player can still to continue the game.
This mode has a few limitations, which will, that not all of the standard features will be available in the Game+.
First, it will not be possible to acquire trophies or saving the statistics to a profile. During Games+ will not be available also the option to save game (I assume, that Game+ is designed only to situations, if the player so much sucked in the game, that "forgot about God's world").
I think, that Game+ the most commonly will be used for challenges, when often in "the most interesting moment" game is coming to an end. With this option, you can continue the game despite completion (or not) aim of the challenge.
In spite of the implement such an option, I'm not exactly convinced to it (it a little bit of arguing with my vision of the game) therefore, this option will be available only for Donors starting from level Bronze (and higher).
In the end, if someone decided to support the project financially it might require a bit more than a standard player. If he wants to play a little longer despite the decline of realism, Here you are, gets such an option.