Freight Tycoon is an economic simulation game which challenges players’ management skills. It puts one into the shoes of an owner of a cargo transportation company. One has to evaluate the profitability of contracts, contact customers, and appoint drivers to deliver goods.Read full description
Freight Tycoon is an economic simulation game which challenges players’ management skills. It puts one into the shoes of an owner of a cargo transportation company. One has to evaluate the profitability of contracts, contact customers, and appoint drivers to deliver goods.
Office development is also an essential part of success in business. Employing and dismissing workers, buying new vehicles and keeping technical records competently.But one should be aware of rivals which are interested in forcing out your company out of the market. The game is set in a fully 3D world with various landscapes and season changes. The appearance of buildings, vehicles and headquarters change interactively, so one can see the results.
Freight Tycoon Inc. gives you a unique opportunity to extend the world of Freight Tycoon and create your own cargo transportation empire.
30 interactive 3D maps
3 levels of office development
Buy and sell motor vehicles
Employ and dismiss workers
Over 100 car models
Bonuses for jobs done
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This game is not bad. It is far from it. While graphics are nice with pretty nice UI that doesn't cause any headaches or problems and sound is ok, what kills this game is shallow gameplay. The only thing you do here are buying garage, take new orders, buy your workers new permissions (because that's what training basically is) and send them to work, build your garage and office and employing people, and that's pretty much it. Driving, routes and everything else is done automatically. There is no tech tree to advance, and the worst part is that even if you will train your drivers and buy new cars, you won't be able to do anything about traffic and while UI is nice to look at, it doesn't have any useful information, like traffic or what trucks you actually have available (it only lists all trucks you have, that's it) and by the endgame when the town is huge, the game is nearly unwinnable, mostly because you can unload only one truck no matter what. Overall, it could've been a great game, if only it was more polished and thought out. Not bad, but shallowness and lack of polish kills it, because it can get boring fast. You're better off playing 18 wheels of steel or euro truck.
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