The popular Asian ancient Business Simulation Game "Trading Legend" is now available for download! Go back to Ancient Oriental Dynasty, build your business empire!
[Time Travel to the Song Dynasty, run your businesses!]
[Business Simulation Game of Ancient China in Traditional Painting Style]
[Most Popular & Best Visually Designed Role-playing Mobile Game of the Year]
Pavilions are stacked upon each other. There is no end for all-day songs and dances.
In Bianliang, the capital city where business is encouraged, you will start as a common citizen. Get to know your neighborhood, open your own shop and eventually turn it into a business empire.
◎Adequate capital flow is the key to a business. Never let your money sleep.
◎Remember to deploy capable retainers to look after your business.
◎Update the menu daily and cater to customer tastes to raise the ratings of your restaurant.
◎Prepare all the ingredients for Bubble Tea, Minced Pork Rice etc..
◎Indulge yourself in the joyful lifestyle of Bianliang.
◎Learn about different traditional Chinese medicines and treatments.
◎Run your infirmary with mercy and honesty to gain reputation.
◎Study bizarre medicines and herbs to find cure for rare diseases.
◎In the ancient time, international trade can be full of risks. Join a guild to explore the Silk Road with your fellow merchants.
◎Hindu, Misr, Malla...visit these ancient countries and discover different local specialties.
◎Keep an eye on the price of goods, sell higher, buy lower is the golden rule.
I. New System: Estate
II. New Event: Showdown
III. New Event: Refreshments Stall
IV. New Characters & Events: Ferry Girl, Temple Fair, Cupping, Rendezvous
Ratings and Reviews
Honest Review from an Asian
- First off, this game is mostly P2W, BUT as a F2P player myself, it's not hard to level up, as long as you do the dallies.
- In my server specifically Midas-S4, I haven't seen anyone getting bullied in world chat, it's mostly just people supporting/helping each other. Although the chat is not moderated, I still think a report chat button should be implemented just in case a problem ensues.
- I see that a main issue for people is how the game is "sexist/racist". Well, considering this game is based of Ancient China, it just makes sense. In the Ancient days, women were not respected and mostly seen as an object to gain heirs and damsels in distress. This game easily portrays that, and it may be considered "sexist", but you cannot deny what happened in the past, and this game basically just teaches you history (in a fictional/cartoony sense). Also, I don't recall how a character having slanted eyes is "racist" when that's a prominent facial feature on many asians.
- This game just reminds me of wuxia and xianxias, which are both period CDramas, so I guess I have a different viewpoint than most.
- Honestly, if you have an issue with the game's design, then don't play it, but also don't write hateful reviews filled with slander because of your ignorance of Chinese history.
Great game! I’ve been playing Golden Bazaar for a good bit and I’m glad this game has its similarities while remaining unique. My only complaints/suggestions are these. I like that you can have both male and female Beauties, but it’s a bit weird to have the male Esquire be the mother of an heir. Also, some of the events talk about wives when GB had “companions” as the key word to keep it gender neutral. If there was a way to use that similar gender neutral terminology regarding the harem since you can have both male and female beauties, that would be awesome. I also would like to second another review in stopping the mechanic of the heir’s voice line playing every time I tap to raise them. It gets annoying especially when I fast tap to get through vitality quickly. Other than that, I love this game!
Not as Advertised
I haven’t seen anyone say about this so I will. There are many great potential to the game and it’s seemingly fun. I’ve put a few days into it and a couple of hours on and off through out each day. It’s fun in respect to what the game is. The problem I had with it, is that the game isn’t played the way it is advertised. This leads to false marketing in my opinion, it may not be false marketing under regulation, but it most definitely didn’t play the way I was advertised that it would play out. The ads I’ve seen are the fully rendered 3D models and animations with voice dialogues and interactions in a first person view. The game is fun and can be addicting for sure, but I don’t think it should be advertised as some fully 3D rendered animated game. It’s a clicking game where you click on stuff and you make stuff happen. It leaves me as a confusing player thinking I would see something different, but I was mislead. I’m not saying to don’t play the game, but know how it’s being advertised to the audience and what they want you to see the game like, when I’m reality it’s the opposite of that. 3/5 for a decent game but a misleading game.
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- Vogue Entertainment International Limited
- 547.3 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
English, Simplified Chinese, Thai, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
- © 37GAMES ENTERTAINMENT LIMITED
- In-App Purchases
- 60 Ingots $0.99
- Bronze Pack $0.99
- 330 Ingots $4.99
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