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Industry Giant

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Experience the soaring heights and the shattering depths of being an industrial giant!

A factory, a store and some lorries – a simple beginning can be the start of an illustrious career! Build all types of factories, buy your raw materials at a bargain and manufacture the products that will bring you fame and fortune. All you need now is the right advertising strategy – and watch the tills in your newly opened stores fill up.

See what you can do in the toy and sports goods industry. Earn your money from jewelry and furniture. And be prepared for the challenges of the computer age. The automobile and electronics industries will make demands on your organizational skills. What is the competition up to? Are they starting to become a nuisance? Then by them out! If you have enough money, that’s it. Or make your companies running more successful than others! So no one will be able to stop you on your path to success…

Industry Giant stands for simple and comfortable commands combined with a high degree of complexity – yet easy to understand.Features:
  • Economic strategy simulation in real time
  • Infinite number of game worlds
  • All kinds of Industries and over 30 products
  • Up to three intelligent computer opponents
  • Lots of exciting careers and single missions
Release date
JoWooD Productions
Interactive Magic, Toplitz Productions
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7/8.1/10
  • Processor: 1 GHz, Intel Pentium III or comparable
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 128 MB Video Card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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A Title that makes you wallow in Nostalgia when, like me, you played it on nem Win95 at the time. Now, of course, it was adapted to today'S Resolutions (1920 x 1080) and definitely worth its Money in the Sale for just under €1.50. Essentially, this is the first Part of the Industry Giant series and for me personally the Best (but this is mainly due to the very good, if old, memories). So You have to build your Company with an Initial Capital. In other words, looking for a Production Base, building a factory, putting sales Buildings in the City and connecting everything by Transport Network. However, the Transport Network should be kept very simple, because the AI, especially on Trains, does not always act logically (signals, etc., Were only used later or in other titles). This can be done very well outdoors Game, where you can set the Parameters, terrain, city Size and number as well as Opponents. There is, of course, also the mandatory career/. Campaign. In any Case, a clear Recommendation from me, which should be taken with you for the Price Of the salary, but I would not necessarily want to pay the Full Price.
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The "Industrial Giant ..." My Goodness is the EWIG. When I was a little Knirps, I played the Game. Back then still bad rather than quite but Fun was still. To anyone interested in this Game, I would like to say that this is a rather old Game and so you can't expect any comfort features of current Titles. The Game was taken 1:1 without any adjustments from that Time. Personally, I had no Problem starting the Game under the following System: Windows 10 (ALL Windows Updates Stand 18.04.2019) GeForce GTX 1060 (6GB)-> Latest Graphics drivers AMD Ryzen 7 2700 However, there are a few annoying Things to adjust to. For one thing, the Music is terribly loud and can't be regulated in the Game. So either Exhibit the Sounds or readjust them with the Windows Sound Configuration. Furthermore, scrolling on the Map is not possible with WASD or the Arrow Keys. This can only be done by moving the Mouse to the Edge of the Screen. ACTION: People who use 2 Screens will encounter a Problem. And that's While, the Cursor doesn't automatically stop in the Game at the edge where the second Screen starts. Thus, you have to approach them extremely carefully in order to scroll. Would Just be great if you could at least use the Arrow keys-but unfortunately you can't. So you Have to put up with it. People with just one Screen shouldn't have such a Problem though. Contrary To some statements here in the Reviews, it is by the way possible to save in The game with the game's own Storage Function. Only Steam Doesn't do this automatically-you have to save manually. But I can definitely recommend this little Gem to people who can see beyond the smaller problems of such an old Game. Have fun. :)------All Reviews of me can be found at the following Link: < < Review Section > >
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