- Choose from over 12 different professions and build a multi-billion dollar empire;
- Unite in business clubs;
- Hire employees of various levels and uniqueness;
- Compete with other players in income;
- Solve difficult employee problems;
- Take research and create unique items;
- Trade exclusive items or sell them at the auction.
Prove that you are the most successful entrepreneur in Billion City.
Urban-themed simulation game, players simulate the operation of a technology company. According to the ability of employees, undertake various game projects, such as upgrading the ability of the machine carrier pigeon, upgrade the suspension skateboard and so on. As the company grows, players also need to recruit HR to better search for talent and undertake more profitable projects. However, the game does not have the communication between employees, playing for a long time will have some monotony, players interested in company management can consider trying.
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I will play as an investor in this game and run a company. I can arrange for HR to recruit employees of various professions.
Different employees have different abilities, and it's very real to roll off some of the less capable ones and choose the ones with outstanding abilities to take on.
By constantly upgrading your office facilities, you will have a more comfortable office. Employees will have a mood level, and upgrading their mood level will increase their productivity. However, each time you upgrade, an Ad will be forced to pop up.
This simulation game is the opposite of the usual farming game, away from the casual country farm to the modern city, and will be played with a different feel.
The game lets you play as a CEO and you get to help out some inventors by investing in their works. And like any business enterprise, these carry some risks, as the products might fail, so you have to be discerning when it comes to choosing which investors to put your money in.
The inventions are kinda wacky and may not really work in the real world, but many are actually fun ideas.
And yes, this is a management game, so you have to manage your workplace and your investments. This is the challenging part to make sure you turn a profit while also upgrading your equipment and hiring more workers.
As for the graphics, not a huge fan to be honest, but I managed to have fun enough to overlook this one.
Overall, this is a fun management simulation game that has plenty of quirks.