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Another Brick in the Mall

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  • Design and build your center from the ground up. You are responsible for every road, parking, wall, floor tile, door, shelf, plant, you name it. Arrange them optimally, or to your liking, and create a unique shopping empire.
  • Thousands of characters and vehicles are simulated on screen, for that ant colony feel.
  • Hire your staff from a panel of applicants, making sure their skills match the job.
  • Deploy your workforce efficiently to keep the queues short, the shelves stocked and the floors clean.
  • Keep your customers happy and satisfied. Unsatisfied customers will not come back tomorrow and furious ones will make a stink and tarnish your reputation.
  • Adjust your profit margin on staple goods to attract more customers and prey on their cravings and addictions to trigger impulse purchases.
  • Starting your venture with limited funds, responsible accounting is paramount to your success. Open your first business, turn a profit, take out loans and expand progressively.
  • Or play in sandbox mode and carelessly spend your infinite money: “This is your world.”
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The Quadsphere
The Quadsphere
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 SP1/8.1/10
  • Processor: 4 threads capable CPU (Core i3 or equivalent) @ 2.2GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GT 640, GT 750M or equivalent with 2GB memory
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 300 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: 1280x720 display.
  • OS: Windows 7 SP1/8.1/10
  • Processor: 4 cores CPU (Core i5 or equivalent) @ 2.7GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 750 or equivalent with 2GB memory
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 300 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: 1920x1080 display
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Last Modified: Mar 23, 2024

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Make a daily profit of $10,000 before day 8 on expert difficulty
Is there anybody out there?
Accomodate 3000 customers at once
Make a total gross profit of $100,000,000
No time to lose
Make a profit on day 1 on normal difficulty
No retail
Make a daily profit of $20,000 in a mall without retail stores on challenge difficulty
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Another Brick in the Mall reviews and comments

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Early Access Review = = = = Since the Game is still quite new and there is not too much to Report at the moment, I am short and will update this Review bit by bit with the ongoing Development Process = = = = Another Brick in the Mall is current. lem Stand 20 Days on Sale for the Price of €13. You get a solid Scaffolding Of a Game with a lot of Potential. The current State of the Game still contains quite a little Content, but sufficient to have Fun with it for the first Few hours. The Difficulty is currently still in the "slight" area, but in the Future it should also give more Options to adapt the Game to itself. Apart From the Difficulty and the still quite meagre content, you get a very stable Game, the Performance is stable, no Crashes and so far I have not noticed any Bugs, if which ones have occurred these were not incisive in the Feeling of playing. I Particularly like the Idea behind the Whole and the flawless Implementation. Other Developers put a lot Of emphasis on putting a lot of Content right from the Start, where Focus has been placed on Stability. Now there is enough Time to concentrate for the remaining Things like more Content, better Menu guidance, etc. What can I fault? The Menu guide Is still at a very early Stage, you are still very far away from Comfort here. A few Examples: Open Windows can currently only be closed via the "Select" button, alternatively with the Abbreviation "E." It would be Desirable to do so with the Right click. Each individual Shelf must be clicked at The Right click, whereupon you get a relatively confusing Menu in which you can select which Goods to offer on that shelf. A better Overview would be one, one Way to Select multiple Shelves at the same Time the other. Since the Developer gives himself 12 Months until the final Version, a lot will happen. Who do I recommend this Game to? Anyone who does not shy away from early access and Lust has to accompany a Game from the Beginning. To who doesn't? If you are looking for a finished Game and don't want to wait for it, the individual Parts of the Game will only gradually Be available. Why am I writing this Review even though there isn't much to write about? Games in the Early Access Program have a hard time getting a Foothold. The Selection of good EA titles is quite low as many Developers have taken advantage of the System and this has damaged the Reputation of this Program. EA titles with good Ratings, on the other hand, have a good Chance of becoming a good Game in the Future, but it needs the honest Reviews of the Community. I am very satisfied with this Game, even if it still has very little to offer at the moment. However, I am confident that the next Few weeks and Months will change and then I will update my Review. Until then, I'm left with a "Thumbs High" for a game with a Great Deal of potential.
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