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Welcome to your own Game Dev Studio!How will you run your own offices and ascend to greatness in the gaming industry? Non-linear progression. Fill the empty spaces in your office with any objects you wish, and when you run out of space, buy a new building to continue expanding! Find the best employees for your studio. Employees have their skills, attributes, traits, interests, and knowledge on topics. Create multiple teams, work on multiple game projects at once, or reach for the stars by focusing all your workpower on one game. Just don't forget that you won't get to keep your employees forever. Rev up those engines. Make game engines, update them with new tech, and revamp them when the code gets too messy! Make awesome games. Employees? Check. Game engine? Check. Now it's time to make great games! Hype it up! Advertise your games through a multitude of ways: invite reviewers for an interview, start a mass advertisement campaign, contact online personalities to create early playthrough videos of your game, hire agencies to shill your game online, and even bribe reviewers! Show your rivals who's boss of this industry. Your rivals are on the lookout for talented developers just like you are, so get ready to fight off their attempts to lure your employees away with higher salaries. Give them a taste of their own medicine and buy them out when they go under! Sway the odds of platform manufacturers. Games you release influence the fate of platform manufacturers for which they're made. Good games will make a platform more attractive to gamers and change its market share for the better. Never a dull moment. Story mode, four extra campaigns, a freeplay mode, and the ability to randomize various aspects of the game at the beginning of a playthrough make for greater replayability.
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Release date
Mar 12, 2018
Developer
Roman Glebenkov
Publisher
Roman Glebenkov
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows XP SP3
  • Processor: Dual core @ 2GHz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 128 MB VRAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 150 MB available space
Recommended:
  • Processor: Quad core @ 2GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 256 MB VRAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 150 MB available space
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Read more on wisim-planet! :) [wisim-planet.de] Mad Games Tycoon, Game Dev Tycoon, GameCorpDX, Software Inc ... There are so many game device wisims that they could almost form a genre of Their own. But despite this Mass of similar Games, Game Dev Studio does many things differently. The Game relies significantly more on Realism than similar Titles. You Can see that immediately from the Game Creation ... Depending on the Platform, you will have to pay different Levels of royalties and pay different Amounts Of sales to the Manufacturer of this Console. It is based on realistic Values, for example it is more expensive to create a Game for a Nintendo platform – on PC, on the OTHER hand, it is cheaper. Depending on the Success of a Game on a particular Platform, however, the Manufacturer can come to you and offer you better Conditions. This can also make exclusive titles interesting. Due to the increased Workload, it is not recommended to develop for each Console at the same Time anyway. Later you can build Consoles yourself and other Developers can publish Games for them. In the Game, you have to think carefully about which Features belong in a Game. So an action shooter needs less Background Story than an Adventure, but better Gameplay Mechanics. If you add all the Features to a Game, you risk very high Development time – so also high Costs – and worse Ratings. As a result, you can't blindly click on everything and expect success. A great Element is Game Dev Studio are Fairs. Here you can introduce Games, promote them or just give up your own Reputation. The Effects are more or less noticeable depending on the size of the stand and the Trade Fair. Over Time, there are more And more marketing Options – Let's Player, Snacks, Hypes on the Internet, Captivate trailers or Testers. In addition, it is important to conduct Interviews with the 4 largest Video Game Magazines. But even when advertising You have to be careful – you overdo it with Marketing for a not so good Game, the Players will be disappointed and You lose Reputation – and customers. Overall, Game Dev Studio has really great Approaches. Graphically, it's kept in a retro look, you can like, but also goes more beautiful. The biggest Criticism is that the Game repeats itself too much after a few In-game years. This will make it boring at some point. On a Positive note, the Module support is a bit expensive, but the Game is a bit expensive at €9.99. A Price between €5-€7 would be more justified. For all reading dials: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9VQnuVDb9cg Pro & Contra + Refreshing Ideas + Realism + Many Marketing Opportunities-By Time Monotonous-Graphically Mediocre Rating Fun Game: 44/50 High Gameplay Through Different Options and the High Realism. Unfortunately with time monotonous Graphics & Design: 12/20 Unfortunately nothing special, but also not ugly Sound & Music: 7/10 All right, sufficient For such a Game Technique: 5/5 No Bugs, Performance good price/performance: 3/5 Something too much, €5-€7 would be adequate support : 5/5 Modsupport, Updates after Release game Entry: 5/5 Various Tutorials, the most self-explanatory 85,100
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