Coffee Inc 2 12+

Business Tycoon Game

Side Labs LLC

Designed for iPad

    • #11 in Role Playing
    • 4.6 • 498 Ratings
    • $1.99
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Welcome to The Coffee Inc 2: the next generation of The Coffee Inc, a popular business simulation game in the world.

As a founder and CEO, your role is to start up your coffee shop, manage coffee bean blends, create the best coffee products, hire and motivate the best talents, conduct effective marketing, manage financials, expand the business to multiple cities and build the biggest coffee empire!

=== What’s New in 2 ===

- Open hundreds of coffee shops across multiple cities, but you now deal with the real cities: San Francisco, Chicago, New York, Tokyo, London, Paris and Berlin.

- You can also choose a game currency from USD, EURO, JPY and GBP.

- Choose store interiors, exteriors and coffee equipment to uniquely position your shops. You can now even design custom interiors.

- Set product menus and pricing wisely to compete with neighboring coffee shops. You can now also develop brand-new products.

- Conduct store marketing to drive traffic while minimizing the cost. You now have more marketing campaigns.

- Hire store staff and keep them working hard and happy. Their services will determine your store's popularity. You can now even hire a store manager to delegate many of daily store operations.

- Store staff and customers cause many accidents every week. You deal with it one by one or delegate them to store managers.

- Borrow money from banks if you need cash. Watch out the interest rates, though, now that every country has its own GDP growth and bank policy rate.

- As the number of stores grows, store management gets complex. Open offices, hire white-collar workers and create functional departments: Human Resource, Finance, Products, Marketing, Engineering, Executive, and Investment.

- Through the HR division, provides training, recreations, compensations and benefits to employees.

- The Finance now has a cash flow statement, in addition to income statement and balance sheet. Grasp financial details like a pro through realistic statements.

- Conduct city wide marketing campaigns to raise brand awareness.

- The engineering division allows you to develop new online services and applications. They will penetrate globally.

- Hire C-Level executives such as COO, CFO, CTO, CMO… and delegate high levels of responsibility to them. Make sure to incentivize them with stock options and RSUs.

- As a chairman of the board, you can hold a board meeting and discuss your compensation and company’s dividends.

- Work with investment banks and achieve IPO and M&A.

- Through the Investment division, expand your empire into non-coffee businesses such as real estate and stock investment.

- Your personal wealth is now separated from your company’s.

- You can now store your games in iCloud so that you can sync them across your multiple devices.

- As always, no annoying ads.

What’s New

Version 4.0

This is a major release.
- New city, Amsterdam (Netherlands), was added.
- A slider button was introduced for faster stock trading.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
498 Ratings

498 Ratings

jtillema ,

Game is awesome, might be too advanced for some

This game is super cool! I played version 1 a lot I definitely see way more challenge and enjoyment in version 2. I would love to see more investment advances like the previous version with VC and funding early companies. The stock market in this version is slow and there’s not really any high growth in them. I’d also like to see longer term loans or custom loans, to directly invest in real estate. Like a “buy with mortgage” option. None the less, super interesting game love the C-Suite portion of things and hiring a manager. It’s super involved in the beginning and more high level expansion and growth after that.

As far as it being too advanced I can tell people don’t understand the concept and/or difference between net income and cash flow by their comments. The games platform has a tremendously opportunity to offer financial education. Whether a section of the game to teach user the various financial statement concepts and fundamentals Or a help section could be a super cool and fun opportunity to teach financial literacy. I know in business school we had a fairly similar but much more detailed simulation like this to compete with our other classmates.

Would love to chat if you guys have any more questions. I’d think I could offer a lot of ideas to further advance the game.

Gotgame10101 ,

Enjoying the game

I like the game. Very well developed and fun to play. I wish there were more than just a ratings based hiring system though, like perhaps you could interview candidates for certain positions. Also, I wish when you delegated division operations to your executives, they would take initiative to improve the company themselves, specifically the COO, CPO, and CTO. COO seems to not want to ever start employee benefit programs. While the CPO does help with creating a coffee blend, they never seem to develop new products on their own. I don’t think I’ve ever seen the CTO develop any new technology without requesting it first. Not sure if you have to reach a certain net income threshold so you’re not spending too much, or if they just aren’t programmed to do that on their own. I get that part of running the company is to start these programs and develop these products yourself, but the delegation of those tasks seems pointless if they aren’t taking some of the initiative themselves.

CoffeeCompanyOwner ,

I made 10 quintillion and broke the game!!!

I love the game so much, but I have ran into a small snag. No clue if it’s just because I’m not supposed to make so much money but I have found a way to liquidate huge portions of my company and buy stock back at ridiculous prices and have made up to 10,000,000,000,000,000. (Yes you read that correctly, but every time I get into the quintillion’s the entire game completely goes haywire. It changes each crash, sometimes I can’t check my wealth tab probably due to the amount being to large to render, or the stock exchange won’t allow me to open it. Regardless the game crashes and I wish it wouldn’t! I’m trying to find out the limits my company can make. If it is intended to happen to reduce wear I get it, I just figured I would mention it. The game is awesome, I wish there were more options for investing. The start ups are nice but not nearly as interesting as the first game and I wish in the news pop up when it showed the tech events you could press the notification instead of having to manually find the event. I have so many ideas for the game and would love to share them if interested! I’m glad you finally added the slider for stocks it was hard moving billions of shares at a time it took hours! Keep up the great work

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