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City-builder Anno 1800 is getting an open beta in April

Ubisoft has revealed the dates for the open beta of civilisation-management title Anno 1800, which launches on PC April 16. Set at the dawn of the Industrial Revolution, Anno 1800 challenges players with building cities, workforces and a pr...

 
 
 
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Resort Boss: Golf plays a pretty decent game of golf

Last summer, I sat down with a very early build of a management sim called Boss Golf. Through the developer's own words, it was an attempt to recreate the charm of such titles as Sim Golf and Rollercoaster Tycoon. I found the alpha to be ch...

 
 
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Use your Switch to summon a sleeping god in The Shrouded Isle

In the latest edition of the games industry's collective campaign to release every game ever made on the Nintendo Switch, developer Kitfox Games announced that The Shrouded Isle is headed to the console later this month. That's great news f...

 
 
 
 
 
 
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The next Cities: Skylines expansion focuses on factories

The next DLC for Cities: Skylines is said to be one of the game's "most in-depth expansions" yet. Industries is coming first to PC and Mac on October 23 with the newfound ability for players to manage supply chains. You'll be able to harves...

 
 
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Looks like we're getting a proper weed tycoon game

If anyone was going to rep a marijuana tycoon game, it was bound to be Devolver Digital. The publisher is working with Oh... Sir! The Insult Simulator developer Vile Monarch on Weedcraft Inc, a game about turning a humble weed business into...

 
 
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Review: Cities: Skylines (Switch)

While not being a particularly powerful console, the Nintendo Switch has managed well with demanding games. You can somehow play both 2016’s Doom and last year's Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus on the device and it isn’t an abso...

 
 
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It's time for my follow-up appointment with Theme Hospital

Usually, I'm quite indignant about any suggestion that my commitment to the PlayStation brand could bite me full force in the arse. I've grown complacent about the fact that everything I want either 1) comes to the PS4, or 2) is so bare-bon...

 
 
 
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Parkasaurus is my kind of management sim

Given the way Jurassic World Evolution turned out, there's plenty of room for another dinosaur park management sim to stake a claim -- especially when the game in question is rocking a name like Parkasaurus. Developer WashBear is just a few...

 
 
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City builder Anno 1800 looks like a nice change of pace

Ubisoft Blue Byte is heading to the 19th century for its upcoming city builder Anno 1800. Previously dated for winter 2018, the historical game has now settled into a February 26, 2019 launch on PC. It should be a nice break from the recent...

 
 
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An aquarium management sim seems like a good idea

Sim game developer Twice Circled has moved from the world of pharmaceutical conglomerates to fish keeping. The studio's next title, Megaquarium, is a tycoon game about running a public aquarium. A lot more work goes into keeping a healthy ...

 
 
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Review: Pocket City

In the early years of the app store, back before freemium titles starting raking in millions through microtransactions, EA released a decent if feature-poor version of Sim City 3000 simply titled Sim City for iPhone. If you go in ...

 
 
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Two Point Hospital is full of puns, patients, and pedigree

Hospitals have always been a major part of my life. I was born with a rare skin disease that goes by many names but the one I've most heard it referred to as is Giant Congenital Nevus. In layman's terms, the disease is an over pigmentation ...

 
 
 
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Why I play: Football games

[Despite being one of the best selling series in gaming history, FIFA and other football games tend to get the snub from a good portion of video game fans. Seeing that we are right in the middle of the World Cup right now, this is a nice lo...

 
 
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Review: Jurassic World Evolution

First, you build the park and hire staff, then you begin expeditions in search of fossils and mosquitoes trapped in amber. Then comes creating new life from something long dead millions of years ago, all while ignoring the opinions of someo...

 
 
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Review in Progress: Jurassic World Evolution

Chaos theory, at its core, is simply a mathematical view and model in which anything can end up drastically different within a dynamic system. Or as one Dr. Ian Malcolm once said: “The shorthand is the butterfly effect. A butterfly ca...

 
 
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The transferable skills in gaming

Long gone are the days when playing computer games was seen as the reserve of teenagers or people with less "respectable" hobbies. People from all walks of life enjoy sitting down with their favourite console or indulging in some PC gaming,...

 
 
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Get the lowdown on Moonlighter's money-making mechanics

Although it's not out for another week, there's no harm in preparing for Moonlighter's twist on adventuring. The shopkeeping sim meets dungeon crawler mash-up has a lot going for it, and would-be fantasy capitalists would be wise to learn ...

 
 




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