Capital Simulator

Capital Simulator

Eine Geschäftswelt auf dem Karoraster. Mehr Idle-Game als Simulator.


Grafisch kann man hier nicht von einem Highlight sprechen, unsere Geschäfte sind Piktogramme auf einem einfarbigen Hintergrund. Generell steht hier eindeutig Funktion über Form und die Grafik und Farben, welche uns hier zur Verfügung gestellt werden sind einzig und allein da, um die Geschäftsbereiche und Produkte voneinander abzugrenzen.


Das Gameplay ist relativ simpel gehalten: Wir beginnen mit einer Grundressource und wollen diese am Ende zu Geld machen. Anfangs fördern wir sie einfach und verkaufen sie am Ende in einem Laden. Doch um mehr Profit zu erlangen und unser Unternehmen weiter auszubauen machen wir diese Kette einfach immer komplexer mit Fabriken, welche unser Produkt veredeln oder weiterverarbeiten. Hier können wir recht komplexe Bauteile wie Computerchips fertigen, für die viele verschiedene Grundressourcen und Arbeitsschritte notwendig sind.

Real player with 14.6 hrs in game

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I actually really enjoy this game. It takes some time to understand wtf is going on, but its a game thats simplistic once you understand the rules. I wish there was more polish and there are a lot of typos, but I do hope the devolper makes things a lot like this in the future

Real player with 3.9 hrs in game

Capital Simulator on Steam

Crossing Guard Joe

Crossing Guard Joe

Experience the thrills and spills of being a crossing guard in this action arcade game! Step into the working man’s boots of Crossing Guard Joe as he battles the combined forces of angry motorists and bureaucratic red tape.

  • The gameplay requires hands-on action and quick thinking. The drivers of Monoxide City have no respect for traffic laws, pedestrians, common decency, or YOU. They won’t stop for anything so you’ll need to be quick on your feet and able to make snap-decisions to safely shepard all the kids across the street.

  • The easy-to-learn 4-button control scheme is intuitive even to casual players. But the challenge of the levels ramp up steadily. Easy to pick up, hard to master.

  • Besides angry motorists you’ll also have to contend with the bureaucrats down at city hall hitting you with ever more strict rules regarding how many kids are allowed to get pancaked on a given day.

  • 5 days a week for 5 weeks. As you progress through the 25 level campaign you will face ever-worsening traffic conditions and environmental hazards. You start the game off with nothing but your trusty stop-sign and your pointing-arm, but as you progress you might find helpful objects, like barriers and traffic lights.

  • Your score is determined by speed, crossing-combos, and of course how many kids you manage to get across the street. Refine your strategy for each level for better scores and reach for the top spot on the online leaderboards.

Good luck out there, Joe. The kids of Monoxide City are counting on YOU!

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Crossing Guard Joe on Steam