Ratings and Reviews
This hames pretty dang awesome because its different and cool and new. Rather than other tycoon games where you build fictional places to get money you buy fake stocks to real places like country clubs and restaurants and even entire cities. I only kind of get how stocks work like you buy them for a certain percent of a company and that money goes to the company for stuff they need to make it better then hopefully it becomes better and stocks are worth more and if you sell them you make money but its still really dang fun. Oh ya its also and online game so its not just you buying the stocks, its other people as well so you can make them offers for certain amounts of their stocks and its really cool. You also have to “wait for the lawyers to file the paper work” which is just a timer like every game. More valuable the stocks the longer it takes for lawyers to go over it i assume, ive only bought a couple things so far. And each day the lawyers take to look over the paper work it charges $810 so i thought that was also cool.
A lot of short comings
This game could have the potential to be a 1 of the best games out there but lacks details. Most games give you endless tutorials to the point they are annoying. This game give you nothing I mean nothing. First off when you buy property there is no rhyme or reason to investing. They just give you a name, how much X % cost and then done. I have noticed that the daily rent is not accurate either. It will tell you this brings in 10k per day after daily cost but it is actually much lower than what it say. 2. When you go to the market place to buy a percentage of someone else's property there is no details about the property no rent, cost per day or anything. 3 it only brings up property in your current location you can't map the next town over for a "Starbucks" or what ever. 4 and the worse one of all you can spend 200k buying 100% of something and soon as you buy it your depreciation value is to the point of bankruptcy..I can by 100% of a company with 200k value and soon as you own it that value is then like 1500 bucks?? Is this just a bait to buy coins and make money in the in game purchase?? Why can't things be a close t real time as possible? If I buy abc roofing for X amount it should stay X amount until something happens not just because.
I'm taking a financial accounting course(requirement for my degree) and the professor has a semester long project that usually involves the game Stock Wars, but that game was having serious technical difficulties, so we went to try another game that the professor found, and we didn't even attempt to use it because a classmate set out and found LANDLORD 2. The professor actually loved the idea behind the game, so we started using it... I myself downloaded donut trumpet tycoon at the EXACT SAME TIME as LANDLORD 2. And for a while they both worked well, but as the days went on, classmates, myself included, began to have technical difficulties with LANDLORD 2, all the while Donut Trumpet continued to work flawlessly without a problem since I first started it, and now my entire project team will be using Donut trumpet... yes I get that they're the same game different name, but so far Donut Trumpet works the best, and I would definitely recommend it to the next group of students to take his class.
- Reality Games (London) Limited
- 56.5 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2016 Reality Games
- In-App Purchases
- Cash Bundle 1 $2.99
- Cash Bundle 2 $5.99
- Cash Bundle 3 $10.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.