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  • Release Date: 2012
  • Publisher: 6waves
  • Developer: 6waves
  • Genre: Simulation
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Dynasty is a new business management simulator that takes you back to the 19th century. When you run away from home in pursuit of the life you want to live, your family was one of the wealthiest and powerful in America. When you returned from the rolling-stone life years later upon your father’s death, you inherited from your father who died in poverty a ruined homestead and wasted farmland. In the place where all began, you will begin again.


You will start from restoring the estate. Gather tools like shovels, rakes and axes, pick up parts of broken vehicles and repair all that are broken from buildings to vehicles to bridges, and explore a little bit to expand the visible land. Afterwards, you travel to the farm and start getting the business on. Plow the garden patch, grow eggplants, tomatoes and pumpkin, build various profitable shops from vegetable stalls to loading point, add various deco to entertain guests, hire workers to chop down trees, supply and store building materials, and sell the harvested to win coins.

After get the farm running, you can further expand your business to the suburb and then forest and finally Mexico. If you have the energy, you can always have full hands to make a successful business. Only if you have the energy, literally. The entire pace is fast, especially in the starting levels, but the energy bar will soon begin to moderate it. It’s still a game played in short sessions.

The inherited Ville is expansive, but only accessible and visible in limited space in the beginning. Out of the need of more space, you need to dispel the surrounding fogs to reveal more lands, which requires the use of Compass, which can gained per level up or bought in packs in the item shop with real money. Surely, there are other premium items, such as fertilizers to speed up crop growth, Energy pack and resources.

Dynasty features solid yet conventional business simulation. Everything in it is seen in older games of the same genre. If you simply want another virtual business world, you can have it; if you have enough about the clicking-based farm, factory and market, you can skip.

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  1. Sounds really cool! I will definitely give it a try.


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