Shoppe Keeper wanted to run an adventurer retail establishment. Items sold include a variety of weapons, hats, apparel and potions. Applicants would need to set prices, maintain the shoppe and dabble in a bit of indoor gardening. Knowledge of lightning spells and a basic understanding of armed self-defense would be advantageous.Read full description
Shoppe Keeper wanted to run an adventurer retail establishment. Items sold include a variety of weapons, hats, apparel and potions. Applicants would need to set prices, maintain the shoppe and dabble in a bit of indoor gardening. Knowledge of lightning spells and a basic understanding of armed self-defense would be advantageous.
From slaying dragons to everyday fetch quests, skilled adventurers need a one-stop shoppe to purchase essential wares. As the Shoppe Keeper, your business will become the busy hub for these epic warriors and mages.
A selection of character classes will visit your shoppe. Each class will have particular items that will be much more appealing to them. Mages will appreciate potions, magic robes and wizard hats while warriors are more inclined to purchase steel armour and poison swords.
In a world where showering is probably quite low on the priorities list, your customers will quite frequently drag dirt into your shoppe. Unfortunately, if your store gets too dirty, the customers will choose not to visit. Thankfully you are armed with advanced technology that eliminates dirt indiscriminately; the broom.
The book shelves, pedestals and armour racks in your shoppe will take some wear and tear as customers browse, but with your trusty hammer you can repair damaged items before they fall apart.
Be cautious of thieves as they will often attempt to steal high priced items. If anyone is acting suspiciously, consider whether they are in fact leaving your Shoppe with one of your goods! Theft is not tolerated and you are encouraged to stop them DEAD in their tracks with your sword or lightning spell.
Barbarians will often attempt to raid your shoppe, destroying bookshelves, counters and hat racks. They are an unfriendly bunch who seek only to destroy as much as possible. You will need to defend yourself and vanquish the barbarians before they completely destroy everything.
With customers throwing items around and thieves running amok, you may find that you need just a little bit of assistance. The helper bot is a state of the art steam powered buddy that can perform one of two jobs. The first is to help tidy up your shoppe by picking up items that were knocked to the floor by customers, and the second is to become a powerful anti-theft device, zapping thieves as they attempt to scarper with your goods.
Here are just some of the items that you will stock:
Health and mana potions are the pillars of every adventurers backpack. Available in red & blue
Warriors wield mighty swords to take down dangerous foes. Watch your fingers!
Used for damage protection, to increase magical potency and covering up unsightly bald spots
Were made for walking, that’s just what they’ll do.
Manage your own Shoppe, from ordering stock and setting prices to selling to the customer
Design your own shop layout by ordering special items
Unlockable perks in the skill tree
Helper Bot will assist you in collecting items thrown by customers or can be used to ZAP thieves
Take up combat using a sword or your signature lightning spell
Maintain your shop by repairing damaged shop items
Sweep away dirt and corpses with the broom
Morning, lunch and afternoon day cycle each relating to rush hour periods
Free Play Mode
This game sound like really awesome and innovative mix, and that's because it is. Playing as a shop keeper mixed together with RPG/TD elements sound like good idea, problem is the execution. Graphics are incredibly simplist and meh at best, UI is bad and tutorial is pretty much useless. Biggest issue about this game is that it's incredibly buggy and feels more like early access or maybe even early alpha version of the game. This game is perfect example of abandonware - release the buggy mess and then go off to do other things, charging people like it is full game, when it is not. Overall, I don't recommend it, especially not for this price, because the game will never be fixed, since the developers abandoned it. Pick it up only when there is huge sale or just wait until it is given for free again.
Lots of different gamplay styles mixed in this game. From rpg to tower defense to resource management. Sadly, this mix was unable to captivate me for more than a few minutes. The lackadaisical visuals did almost nothing to enhance my experience as well. I wouldn't recommend this to many players that are fans of any of the said genres. The game combines many but fails to master any of them.
Shoppe Keep is a game that feels like a cross between a tower defense and a tycoon game. You run a shop that sells all sorts of adventurers gear, such as gloves, shields, or potions. Every level has a different layout of tables and a different selling goal to achieve. The hard part is that thieves will come to the shop and steal some stuff, if you're not able to kill them, that is. The higher the price, the more thieves and the less likely people are to buy your items. The game can be addictive, but it falls short in the addiction department. The game can get repetitive very quickly. If you're a fan of tycoons and/or tower defense games, I highly recommend you pick this game up!
Shoppe Keep is, as the title suggests, a game where you must manage your own shop. In a fantasy setting, you're the shoppe keeper. Yeah, that NPC who will sell potions to adventurers and buy their loot. But don't think it's easy to be a Shoppe Keeper. On the contrary, the Shoppe Keeper has to be prepared to protect his goods and, of course, being a good salesman is very important. For that matter, Shoppe Keep feels a lot like Minecraft's survival mode. You must build your shoppe, have the proper things to sale (For instance : a wizard will have no use of your battle axe) and make sure that no one will come and steal your merchandise. The game is surprisingly fun and addictive. And once you've played it, you will show more respect to the shop keepers of Skyrim you usually rob!
Shoppe Keep is basically a 3D tower defense game, mixed with Dark Messiah mechanics. You need to both manage your shop, and defeat enemies on your way on doing this. The gameplay can turn repetitive soon, even if there is good variation between different scenarios. Suggested if you love the genre.
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