One Hour One Life could be catalogued as a simulation game of life and survival, since much of our task lies in the upbringing and growth of our children.
The fun of One Hour One Life is that we have an hour, just an hour, to plan our future and live life. One of the indispensable parts is that we will have to raise our children, who will replace us when we are no longer in control, leaving a legacy for the next generation while helping to rebuild civilization from scratch.
Every minute marks a passing year. You join the game server like a newborn baby, and your mother is another randomly chosen player. You depend on that player for your own survival. If we survive into adulthood, we will have the opportunity to have babies, which are other players, so we will be part of a constant wheel in which the goal, apart from raising and growing our babies, will be to leave a legacy for future generations.