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Just finished Game Dev Story and it’s amazingly addictive (but quite short lived).

 

Seems they have a huge back catalogue... is there any game you guys can recommend as the best?

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I found Dungeon Village to be rather excellent. Like a miniature fantasy Sim City. 
 

They do all use the same mechanics so I wouldn’t binge them all, even though Kairosoft are quite good at covering up the gear works. Keep some time between them. 

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17 minutes ago, dizogg said:

Just finished Game Dev Story and it’s amazingly addictive (but quite short lived).

 

Seems they have a huge back catalogue... is there any game you guys can recommend as the best?


…finished?

 

I’m still playing the same play through I started a decade ago. How do you “finish” it?

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37 minutes ago, deKay said:


…finished?

 

I’m still playing the same play through I started a decade ago. How do you “finish” it?


Finished with it. Got a basically unlimited amount of money and success, made my own console with a potato chip and punch cards. Sure I could keep playing it forever but I’ve exhausted any enjoyable gameplay mechanics it has as far as I can tell.

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The hot springs one is good, and hasn't been mentioned yet.

 

Mega Mall Story is addictive too.

 

Avoid any of the free ones that rely on IAPs, they are rubbish.

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