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Post Master

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Can you take control of a mail distribution company where your business will need to adapt to a growing city? Will you be able to handle the pressure of new delivery opportunities or are other delivery businesses step in to pick up the slack and impact your profit margin.

In Excalibur’s Post Master you’ll start out with a single post office, supplying pick-up and delivery services for a small area of the city. To maintain an excellent service you’ll need to hire workers to sort mail, contract security guards to protect your offices from robberies while also purchasing new vehicles to pick up and deliver mail.

Once you’ve settled into your first office, you’ll need to look to the future of your company and determine the best plan of action to expand your services. Will you look to provide the best mail distribution system but supply a small area, or are you looking to conquer the city with several offices and a vast fleet of vehicles.

In order to maintain your claim on postal services for parts of the city, you’re going to need to remain competitive. With a rival business looking to take a cut of the services there are methods of attack to remain the superior mail distribution business. You can carefully plan your delivery routes to make your average delivery time faster than anyone else, or you could lower the prices of your services to remain the cheapest.Features of Post Master:
  • An ever growing city that changes frequently
  • Hire staff and purchase personnel
  • Set the duties and route of each vehicle
  • Purchase objects for your garage and offices
  • Hire security guards to prevent post office robbery
  • Invest in new offices to expand the reach of your services
  • Adjust the prices of your services, do you want to charge a fortune or undercut your competitors?
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP (SP3)/Vista/7/8
  • Processor: Dual core CPU 2.4 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Dedicated graphics card with 256 MB memory
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9 compatible sound

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: Mac Os 10.7
  • Processor: Dual core 2.4 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Dedicated graphics card with 256 MB memory (GeForce 7600 GT-class equivalent or better)
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9 compatible sound
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Microsoft from Deutsch
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4i2IxsPy90&list=TL4clWfqI_HNF-IHWbtXLaLRy1dZrD_H05 Can it be Fun to raise and run a Post? At The end of the day, one can only say: "Conditional." Post Master tries to be a Kind of "Simulation," but unfortunately it brings little Depth. I hire Post Offices, build Mailboxes, plan routes for Vehicles and hire Staff. Of course, it Sounds good first, but if I just need new Employees as soon as the Queue in the Post office, or my Sorters do not comply, it just remains quite blunt. In general, I simply expand continuously without much tweaking anything, as my Post Offices almost always print money anyway. The AI does not act particularly smartly and is very quickly inferior to even one. But look for yourself.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
"Post Master" is a company management game in which you build your own Postal Company. You start in a City and you have a Post Office. Then you hire Employees, build a few Vehicles, set up their Routes and that was it again. You can see the Game more as a Casual Game. Next, you buy more Postal Offices, connect them, change the parcel/Letter-/postcard posting prices and try to somehow arrive against the Computer Opponent. Pro tutorial is available-Graphics looks good-Hands-of Pish-mediocre music, goes with time on the Nerves-German Translation is present, but not very good sounds in Offices are an Endless loop that quickly gets annoying- Opponent Companies don't have rendered Vehicles, just a Symbol that says the Company would do that and that would have Contra mouse delay? I have this in no other Game-if you don't do the Tutorial, it can be difficult to find your way to conclusion: "Post Master" is rather average good. For Genrefans, that might be something, but otherwise think twice before you buy the Game. A conditional Recommendation. 4/10
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Unfortunately, a False Purchase! The Simualtion is O.K. from the Graph, but the Gameplay is weak. I just tried to open two Post offices once in the most difficult Level and then let the Game continue without doing anything further for it-and ... I had a Lot of False Deliveries, but even after 20 Days of play my Competitor had just bought two Post offices, more Reputation, etc ... But the Consequence? No! I had the Impression that the Simulation would continue for hours without going Bankrupt or any Negative Reaction. At the most difficult level of Play, I would have expected to be punished at some point-without any further actions of my own. So I was punished only with the Game itself. No Real Challenges at all, and the biggest Joke was that-even though I played so idiotically-I was constantly receiving Bonus stars: For special Achievements! The Programmers probably put a good Idea in the Sand. It is only to be hoped that there will be an Update again and that the Game will simply become more challenging. So it doesn't make anything fun-unless-a Player just wants to build around a little bit. What a pity!
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