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The tallest tower in the world is the Burj Khalifa Tower in Dubai, which is 2,717 feet high and has 163 floors. It took six years to complete since it opened in 2010, and it took more than 22 million man-hours to build.In a new simulation game Mad Tower TycoonHopefully you won’t spend a lot of time completing your tower, but your ambitions can be just as endless. But soon you will learn that building a huge tower is not as easy as working upwards. There are financial, hygienic requirements, and Hans Gruber threats to consider. From Die Hard. Well, Hans Gruber isn’t in the game, but he has a difficult fight to be a Mad Tower Tycoon.

I’m a big fan of simulation games, but sometimes it feels like a lot of work. It’s hard to balance success with complete and complete bankruptcy. Here, if you build it, they will come … at least if you make the rent cheap enough. Mad Tower Tycoon is responsible for building its own tower block and filling it with people, workers and even zoo animals.

Start the game by choosing a difficulty level and running a tutorial that explains the basic idea of ​​the game. Mainly UI operation method. To simplify the process, you can initially build a tower lobby on a 2D map with some funding. You can make the lobby as large or small as you like, but that doesn’t really matter because you want to focus on one thing. However, no matter where you place it, you need to build a maintenance team as an operational foundation and work in the generator room, water system, and Wi-Fi. No one can work without Wi-Fi. You also need to start thinking about how to connect the levels. Do you use old-fashioned stairs or do you use the powerful and expensive elevator service?

When the lights are on, the water is flowing, the wifi is as smooth as a kitten, and you can start making some floors to make money. The office works well because you can rent them and attracts people with cheap rent. You’ll need to eat in the bathroom or somewhere, but the more you eat, the more garbage you’ll get, so you’ll need a bottle. You know the drill what kind of sim game you have played. As I said, building a tower can be a daunting task, but the secret of a sim game is to be addicted from the beginning, and there’s something in this game to do that.

Mad Tower Tycoon Review

I really like the additional features that can be built into the tower when money comes in, such as shops, hotel rooms, and even zoos. You can build up to the 100th floor, but to be honest, I found it by the 12th floor. With all the problems happening on the floor and around different clients, things start to get harder to balance. Thankfully, as things grow, you can zoom in and out on the entire map, or click on each unit to see what people need. There is also an icon that indicates if there is insufficient power in a particular area or if additional cleaning is required. This all works fine. Throw in random events like those found in SimCity, where earthquakes occur and UFOs kidnap office workers, and you get everything you can want.

Playing on Xbox makes the entire UI and interface a bit annoying. This is probably due to the transition from keyboard and mouse to console and controller. For example, control and responsiveness are not so easy. City: Skyline.. Highlighting the tab bar on the right has turned out to be annoying, but after a few hours of slowing down the entire system, it starts to become more intuitive to use. What’s great is that you have a target level-up system and daily missions that challenge you throughout.

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Mad Tower Tycoon looks great, but it’s by no means spectacular. When maps, menus and skyscrapers fill the screen, everything can feel a bit crowded. Zooming out is always very satisfying, but it’s enough to see how the entire tower runs and everyone is doing business. It’s also nice to have the ability to keep pace with time and prevent things from dying on the spot when everything starts to get overwhelmed. There’s nothing special about audio. A charpy song that turns off after 10 minutes. In my eyes, sim games are supposed to crank out and play music playlists in the background.

Mad Tower Tycoon On Xbox Is an interesting and addictive sim game that you can enjoy for hours, especially if you understand the control system. However, the asking price can be out of the reach of many, and Simfans are advised to try this when the price drops a bit.

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The tallest tower in the world is the Burj Khalifa Tower in Dubai, which is 2,717 feet high and has 163 floors. It took six years to complete since it opened in 2010, and it took more than 22 million man-hours to build. With the new simulation game Mad Tower Tycoon, you won’t spend too much time completing the tower, but your ambitions can be endless. But soon you will learn that building a huge tower is not as easy as working upwards. Because of the financial, hygienic requirements, and the Hans Gruber threat from Die Hard …

Mad Tower Tycoon Review

Mad Tower Tycoon Review

2020-12-06

Gareth Brierley


Pros:

  • Addictive Sim Experience
  • Easy to play
  • The tower has a lot of features

Cons: Disadvantages:

  • Difficult to understand UI
  • Offer price is too high
  • There is no audio here or there

information:

  • Many thanks for the free copy of the game-Toplitz Productions
  • Format-Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, PS4, Switch, PC
  • Version reviewed-Xbox One on Xbox Series X
  • Release Date-November 2020
  • From Selling Price-£ 24.99


TXH score

3/5

Pros:

  • Addictive Sim Experience
  • Easy to play
  • The tower has a lot of features

Cons: Disadvantages:

  • Difficult to understand UI
  • Offer price is too high
  • There is no audio here or there

information:

  • Many thanks for the free copy of the game-Toplitz Productions
  • Format-Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, PS4, Switch, PC
  • Version reviewed-Xbox One on Xbox Series X
  • Release Date-November 2020
  • From Selling Price-£ 24.99

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