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Post Master will put you in control of the mail


9:00 PM on 12.10.2013



Excalibur Publishing, the publisher behind popular PC simulation titles such as Euro Truck Simulator and Chemical Spillage Simulation, has revealed yet another management game, Post Master. With a visual design which calls to mind classic SimCity, players will operate and maintain mail delivery services in an ever-growing city.

I think this looks like a lot of fun, but I'm the sort of guy who gets really into efficiency and supply chain stuff, so take that as you will. I do really appreciate that it's not a game where you actually control a mailman and have to run from dogs or some other such nonsense. That could have been terribly dull.

Post Master is due in 2014 for Windows and Mac.






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