Smooth Operators: Call Center Chaos

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Description

"_Smooth Operators is nonetheless an addicting (it’s digital crack) sim game with incredible depth. _" - thexblig.com


Create and build your own Call Center in Smooth Operators. Develop client relationships while balancing your financials and workload. Plan an efficient operation through micro management of your workforce while achieving objectives. Can you create a successful operation?


Key Features:

  • High resolution fantastic pixel art
  • Workforce micromanagement with a jungle of options for efficiency
  • World class animations
  • Over 25 upgradeable game items
  • Building management
  • 58 game objectives
  • Workload simulations based off of real life figures
  • Birds! =)

Customer reviews

76

You're fiiiiiired!!!

bibboorton | Sept. 9, 2014 | See all bibboorton's reviews »

Smooth Operators: Call Center Chaos is a title that has been on my Desura collection for a long while now. Its release on Steam is just the perfect catalyst for me to actually play the game.

Smooth Operators: Call Center Chaos is a micromanaging simulator game where you build a call center empire. You hire workers that take inbound, outbound and back-office tasks, while keeping your employees happy, cleaning your workspace, fixing broken computers, catching thieves, scoring new and bigger contracts, and the like.

I've actually been really excited to play this game even before it released on Steam, but with all of my games on Steam, I never have time for any of my Desura titles. That, and it also had Playfire rewards which makes it even more appealing. And I have to say, I really like the game. It gets hard, as a lot of simulators tend to do, most especially in the early game and while you're still using the elevator, things can get super hectic. However, that's part of the challenge and charm of the game.

One thing this game falls short of is the lack of more general control. Everything has to be handled in the most micro sense. Each employee has to be trained individually. Each building block individually. Every menial thing needed to survive takes at least three clicks, and there's no way to select multiple objects. At least, not now.

The developer is apparently still working on this game. He deserves our support because he is a really cool guy. Browse by the community page, and you'll see what I mean. Especially since the full game is only three dollars.

78

Enjoyable!

Plasros | July 7, 2013 | See all Plasros's reviews »

I really just like the thought of building my terribly own centre to run and improve as time progresses. Become a centre international company with thousands of workers. Sadly this game cannot fulfill my hopes to the fullest. It's still a fairly wise, don't get American state wrong, but it's alittle limiting for my feeling. this is {often|this can be} often a consequence of a inadequacy of decisions and things. For an off-the-cuff game it's quite fantastic but if you're probing for lots of of a significant game then i feel you will be able to skip this. jointly the pixely artstyle is incredibly fitting to the premise. i feel they did a extraordinarily wise job with nailing down that trendy but still retro pixely art vogue. I wasn't expecting one thing large. I already contend Game Dev power and was expecting par or below par gameplay. but it shows lots of potential. The part art arrange is awe-inspiring, i liked it. Gameplay is reasonably simple to be told, and exhausting to master. As an off-the-cuff game, i am reasonably obsessed with this. many decisions, in-depth BPO terms and implementation shows the effort. Overall, nice game for the worth. it's going to not cross you, same time no wow issue. It delivers what it promise. a decent rate Sim game

85

A great "sim tower" game

soundcreepy | July 6, 2013 | See all soundcreepy's reviews »

I got this with an Indie Gala a while back and loved it, brought back memories of Sim Tower. Realised that the Gala version was not complete, so waited for it, and bought it here without hesitation. It could be more, there comes a time when your tower is very self sufficient and there is really no need for you to do much. But for the price, and especially if you like the management type of games with a bit of tower expansion, this is worth every penny.

Even works with a 360 controller, since the game was first out on XBLIVE, but since then has been retooled slightly and given a few more features.

80

Good game, enoyable

furious_gamer | June 10, 2013 | See all furious_gamer's reviews »

I wasn't expecting anything big. I already played Game Dev Tycoon and was expecting par or below par gameplay. But it shows a lot of potential. The pixel art idea is awesome, i liked it. Gameplay is quite easy to learn, and tough to master. As a casual game, i am kinda addicted to this. Many options, in-depth BPO terms and implementation shows the effort. Overall, nice game for the price. It will not disappoint you, same time no wow factor. It delivers what it promise. A decent BPS Sim game

73

Lovely premise but bad execution

caspica | May 16, 2013 | See all caspica's reviews »

Personally I love the idea of building my own call center to run and improve as time progresses. Become a call center multinational company with thousands of employees. Sadly this game can't fulfill my hopes to the fullest. It's still a pretty good, don't get me wrong, but it's a bit restricting for my liking. This is a consequence of a lack of options and items. For a casual game it's quite fantastic but if you're looking for more of a serious game then I think you can skip this. Also the pixely artstyle is extremely fitting to the premise. I think they did a really good job with nailing down that modern but still retro pixely art style.