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March of Industry: Very Capitalist Factory Simulator Entertainments

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PLEASE NOTE: This is intentionally a quick play -- by design, you can beat this game in about an hour. If you have some extra time, after you beat the game you can: unlock achievements, search for all the items, easily mod in your own items, try the new game+ mode, go outside, feed the baby, water the plants, realize you don't have a baby, water the plants again, oh god whose baby is this, eat some chili, eat the plants, etc, etc.Step 1: Craft weaponsCreate products by combining the natural resources of our glorious country. Refine those products to make weapons! How about... vodka + exercise machine = Vladimir Putin's gym shorts? Its manly odor is both powerful and deadly.Step 2: Automate your factoryNow that you've figured out how to build one weapon, can you make hundreds of them? Build out your factory for mass production with conveyor belts, barriers, pushers, black holes... wait... why did you put a black hole in the factory?! NoooooStep 3: EXTREME CAPITALISM!Now that we're mass producing weapons, we can sell those off and upgrade the factory to build more profitable (and complex) weapons. Discover new technology phases like Sand Age, Copper Age, Iron Age, and the most advanced technology: Potato Age.Features
  • Craft weapons & create huge factories
  • New Game+ mode
  • Cross-device cloud saving
  • Create your own resources & weapons in the Blueprint DB -- plus share your mods easily with the world via cloud mod sync
  • Full game included, no microtransactions
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Archive Entertainment
Publisher
Archive Entertainment
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://marchofindustry.com

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows Vista
  • Processor: SSE2 instruction set support
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DX9 (shader model 2.0) capabilities
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 200 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: This game requires a free account be created for cross-device cloud saving and user modification cloud sharing. Offline play without these features is supported for when a network connection is not available.

System requirements for macOS

Minimum:
  • OS: Tested on Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite
  • Processor: SSE2 instruction set support
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: shader model 2.0 capabilities
  • Storage: 200 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: This game requires a free account be created for cross-device cloud saving and user modification cloud sharing. Offline play without these features is supported for when a network connection is not available.
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Weapon Builder
Build your first weapon.
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New Game+ (3)
Beat the game and start a new factory three times.
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New Game +
Beat the game and start a new factory.
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Huge Box
Have a box with 1,000 of something in it.
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New Game+ (10)
Beat the game and start a new factory ten times.
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March of Industry: Very Capitalist Factory Simulator Entertainments reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
Game about a small factory for the production of fictional weapons in the USSR. When I bought the game I thought that it was possible to build complex long chains. In fact, everything turned out to be wrong and as usual my imagination was more vivid than that of the developer. In the game only about 20 variants of crafting, of which half is a ready weapon, which can not be modified, and the other half is the materials of which this weapon is manufactured. Steam has not returned money... In fact 0 Drunken Ivanov out of 10.
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Microsoft from Spain
The March of Industry is a new title that will absorb people as the cookie Clicker did in its day, only now instead of leaving so much time AFK, at the beginning will require more hours in front of the screen. The game has the typical mechanics of prestige where we will unlock new objects for our factory, as well as make use of some bonuses to enter more. At first it may seem silly, but in the end the game catches you in a stupid way. If There is anything that would change, it would be a little more help for the noobs players. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y01R3AYOp-o
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Microsoft from Russian
Well, everyone who decided to look at this game is dedicated. If you have not played Factorio, this game will seem interesting enough for You. Unfortunately, this is not so good. There is no number between objects. For Example, in one place there may be a huge number of objects, such as chests. They overlap. Not comfortable. There are no recipes, you have to experiment. The Quests are quite banal. Earn as much, build 3, 5, 10 weapons on the basis of "glycerin" or "potatoes". They are Delusional. In fact, for a couple of evenings to play, no more. Buy only by discount. Total rating 6 \ 10. Sawing and sawing the spotlight to the level of the factor.
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Microsoft from French
I hope this is not the final version it really looks just a beta as it has already been said the game this repeats quickly, it is simpa could become really fun finding a system to add more objects in another style or that one could have a kind of savepoint (when some materials are discovered instead of having to start again 15transformation one could directly buy it which could therefore also increase the life of the game, or also add other mission or different building/manufacturing machine that would prevent the player from using all the time the same factory model and forcing to think and therefore still added the life span) because Yes the game has a lifetime of only a few hours, it becomes very quickly annoying and repetitive it is absolutely not worth the price at which it is sold, it would be like bought Csgo and have only the map Dust_2 with only the P250 available and without multiplayer or bot. So not to buy at the moment.
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