About the Game:
Manage your Game Studio, earn big bucks, impress the critics, beat rival studios and clean up at the awards!
Based on the Flash game that has been played over 5 Million times, Game Corp DX is an enhanced version that has been built from the ground up to be enjoyed on PC, Mac and Linux with proper full screen support, faster performance, Steam features and a lot more polish!
Build your Game Corp from scratch and make it into the best one ever!
Start small by making micro games to give your workers experience
Pick a project name, scale and genre
Expand your Studio and your team, hire new workers, train them to use better tools and use those tools to make better games!
Train your workers to the max and create the ultimate Game Developer team!
Publish your games, impress the critics and beat the other Studios at the Annual Videogame Studio Awards!
If you've ever seen the movie Inception and are familiar with the concept of a dream within a dream, then Game Corp DX will introduce you to the concept of games within games. That's right, welcome to the resource management game that tasks you with the development of, well, games. For entertainment value, Game Corp DX ultimately feels like another resource management game and isn't anything special, the concept of a games development simulator having been done before. Graphically it's cute, but there isn't much else that would convince me to pump more hours into this. Nonetheless, it's a solid title and worth a shot if you don't have anything else to play and want a time-investing game.
I'm a big fan of Game Dev Tycoon, but I was definitely down for another take on the idea. When I saw this game for its low price, I had to try it out. The game isn't visually appealing, and the menus are clunky, but there's a lot to do. Your workers require more training and creating quality games needs moe specialization and workers. You can also customize your office space a lot more, and even this can affect your morale, stats, and finished products. It's a more in-depth take on the genre, though at times it feels like it's grasping for things to do that shouldn't actually matter. Overall it is enjoyable an a nice alternative to its simpler counterparts.
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