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Oil Enterprise

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In Oil Enterprise, you enter the multi-million dollar business of black gold as a shrewd businessman. Accept the challenge and grow from a small-scale en trepreneur, investing in your first oilfield, to a global oil magnate.

Acquire oil production rights in up to 15 regions around the world and use the potential of your oil reserves as efficiently as possible on the dynamic global market. Fulfill lucrative long-term contracts to improve your reputation and make your cash registers ring. But watch out! Make a wrong investment or fail to meet con-tractual obligations and your company could be in danger of going bankrupt.Features:
  • Invest in new oilfields, pumps, refineries, storage facilities, maintenance buildings, logistics and much more
  • Constantly expand your headquarters
  • There's no such thing as a free lunch! Stay in the black or take out a loan if needed! Always keep an eye on your numbers
  • Various events, such as earthquakes, exchange rate fluctuations and ac-cidents, provide new challenges
  • 15 global regions, 90 oilfields and 20 building types
  • Two mentors will let you in on the secrets of the oil industry
  • Improve your reputation to gain access to even more lucrative long-term contracts
  • Dynamic global market
  • 20 different scenarios, free play and multiplayer mode for up to six players
Release date
Crafty Studios
rondomedia GmbH
astragon Entertainment GmbH, rondomedia Marketing & Vertriebs GmbH, Astragon Entertainment
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for iOS

System requirements for Linux

  • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (32bit) or newer
  • Processor: AMD Athlon X2 4800+ (2 * 2500 Mhz) or Intel Core 2 Duo (2 * 2600 Mhz) or higher
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4600, ATI Radeon HD 3850 (512 MB), NVIDIA GeForce GTS 250 (512 MB) or higher
  • Storage: 900 MB available space

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows Vista (SP2), Windows 7, Windows 8.1
  • Processor: AMD Athlon X2 4800+ (2 * 2500 Mhz) or Intel Core 2 Duo (2 * 2600 Mhz) or higher
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4600, ATI Radeon HD 3850 (512 MB), NVIDIA GeForce GTS 250 (512 MB) or higher
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 900 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible.

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: OSX 10.8 or newer
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-3210M (2 * 2500 MHz) or higher
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4000, GeForce GT 650M (512MB) or better
  • Storage: 900 MB available space
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Last Modified: Oct 22, 2019

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Oil Enterprise reviews and comments

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Early Access Review Does one of you Know The old Amiga Classic Oil Empire? The Game is from 1989, back then I was about 10 Years old when I played it. Okay, I understood it at 13 or 14, but it was a Game that accompanied me at a young Age over many Years, then then Dallas watched On TV and well, I was in oil fever. Since then, Oil Imperium Has been the only Game in which you trade in oil that could get me so sustainable. There are many so-called Successors, but no Game, in my Opinion, has really managed to follow in the Footsteps. Is Oil Enterprise the first Title to do this? No, not at the Moment, we want to be honest with each other and not talk anything nicely. Oil Enterprise doesn't manage, or doesn't yet capture that old Flair, but doesn't have to, I think that, too, no Title would create so quickly. Nevertheless, I feel Oil Enterprise, so I don't get me wrong than already in Early Access as a successful Game. Vielles is, of course, reminiscent of Oil Imperium, Players who still know the Game know what I mean. The Purchase of Permissions to drill, the Sale of Oil, the small Similarities that the game principle also brings with it. But I don't feel that's "They copy everything" no, because as I said, that's what the game principle brings with me, but the Feeling remains the Developers have been inspired here and there, at least as far as the Presentation of different Content is concerned, I think But quite okay. Let's get to The Game itself, though. Oil Enterprise doesn't seem very extensive at first Glance. When you play the Tutorial, towards the End the news comes that you can find everything else out of it yourself and you think to yourself, "If that stands there can't be so much to come." However, in the second of 17 Scenarios you can find out that this is not the case. Suddenly you get a whole Latte of Buildings presented and don't know exactly how it all relates. That's not bad though, because the Game is basically pretty simple and forgives Mistakes very quickly. So Means that even several Buildings built, because you think you have to have different ones are quickly financed. There are, for example, 3 Types of each Variety, such as Refineries. All with different Quantities that can be promoted or processed. Of course, you don't need all three, but only what you can either afford or what you need from the Quantities, I had still assumed in the first Scenario that somehow a Pro-dose Chain has to be built out of all the Buildings, but that is Not so. As I said, you learn that pretty quickly in the second Scenario according to the old principle of "Learning by doing." 17 Scenarios, I have now played some of them and of course the Goals are always kind of the same, even if they have different content, we always come to the goal in the same Way, to expand our oil area. If you have the best Way out after 1-2 Whitewash, then it all builds up pretty quickly and as mentioned above, then the Game is pretty simple. That's why I found the Scenarios to be too many, because at some point you switch to free Play anyway, sometimes it's a pity if a Goal is achieved in the Scenario and then the End is over, then you'd rather have an Endless game? Cue Endgame, right here's my little Criticism. When you start in the free Game you have to choose the Goals you want to achieve. My first start was to choose "No Goal" everywhere, because I just wanted to play endlessly. After a Day on my Oil Field, I was the Winner, so that doesn't provide for the Game that you can really rip endlessly. I very much hope that the Developers will still incorporate this, because I would have a lot of Desire to do that right now. But is you going To buy Oil Enterprise now? I still fluctuate with this Rating, on the one hand it has few Bugs for an Early Access game and is already really playable. Okay, the Look is not the very best but the Basic Mechanics work and that's what matters. But 20 EUR I think there is a lot of Ash for one or the Other, but in my Opinion the Game's Game principle offers too little, so I would recommend: Buy yes, definitely, but in the Sale for a maximum of 10-15 EUROS. I'm dodding a little further now and working my way through the Scenarios, I wish you a lot of Fun playing as well. More STEAM Games I like [mediennerd.de]
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