It's a pretty fun game. Finding out various combinations of what will and won't sell well is a challenge. It can get frustrating to lose progress with "power failures" but at the same time if it's constant smooth sailing, the game would get boring fairly quickly.
28 people found this review helpful
X-Isle The Wanderer
I really enjoy the concept of this game - what im not a fan of is having such a small selection of possible employees, and then needing to make sure to have the right specific employees trained up specifically the right way in order to make the best games. It feels very limiting, and once I found out that I cant just build my team how I want, and with enough training make truly great games - I HAVE to get specific characters and train them in a specific way, I pretty much lost all interest.
142 people found this review helpful
Quite simple, but very addictive. The mechanics are not very transparent, so it's hard to understand exactly how to improve. Selecting characters for aspects of development is also a little misguided. Once you have cash, it's easy to make great games, but a clearer path to making best sellers would be welcome.
16 people found this review helpful