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Life Simulation. Begin your career as an unemployed guy without home or money. Find the first ways to earn money, get a job, study, work your way up the corporate ladder, trade in the stock market and win money at the casino, buys cars, houses and planes, do whatever it takes, but become a president before your character dies of old age. Life Simulation: − Begin your life as a poor guy without any money, job or home; − Find money for food; − Buy yourself clothes and your first room in dormitory; − Get enrolled at university and progress to earn more; − Win money at the casino; − Trade in the stock market; − Climb up the corporate ladder; − Find yourself a girlfriend and make a virtual family; − Don’t forget to go to the hospital, treat your character and take him to resorts; − Go bowling, play pool, attend the concerts to increase happiness; − Start your own business and earn your first million; − Become a president if you manage to go through all the challenges and not die of old age.
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So at the beginning of the game, it’s relatively easy, and it seems the whole point of the game is to slowly move up in your career. To do this you have to have a certain car, house, clothes, etc to take on new jobs. I expect the game to get increasingly difficult, but after having to go through the game 4 times, where my character died each time before, I finally got the business section but I’ve decided its next to impossible to advance further than that. Once you have higher jobs, you have almost no extra money coming in. You could have 4K in expense but you could only be making 3K and you’re supposed to move onto the next job, but can’t because there’s no way to keep increasing when you aren’t at least breaking even. Again, the idea of the game is great, but the only way I’ve found that you can kind of make it through the first half of the game is where you sit at the most profitable job at the beginning and keep saving your money for literal years of the game, and then continuing. Otherwise you can’t afford your expenses, and you ultimately lose.
I see all these other great reviews and wonder if I even got the same game? It’s not even possible to move further in the game without using real money. This game is a scam that draws you in and makes you need to pay to continue. I thought I was doing something wrong but no matter what eventually it comes to a point where the income is less then what your expenses are. Simple solution for the user would be to drop some expenses or increase income. But it just can’t happen. If you drop expenses you lose your job and have to completely restart the game because you will then run out of money. And you can’t increase your income without increasing expenses. The concept for this game had me really excited but the execution of the game was horrible. I think the biggest problem I had overall was not even how the game wasn’t possible to win without paying money, but the fact that if you do pay money it costs $8 (real money) to increase skill in stocks. $4 (real money) to buy a car that the character can only use until a certain point. And a lot more high rates with terrible returns. It’s a major scam ran by the company. They have a wonderful concept though so I hope they fix the game.
Much like the other low reviews, I will note that the game seems designed to push you to spend real money because of the unrealistic setup. Th main character is ambitious to the point of pushing the player into getting the most expensive option they can, often pushing the monthly expenses beyond the income level. The only real way to earn enough money to reach the highest levels is to play the stock markets or in the casino, both of which are essentially luck based unless you spend real money to increase the invisible “skill” associated with each. But what I really found that I loathed is that once the main character hits 60 his health tanks in unrealistic amounts each month. As in you lose 40-50 health each month from 60 on. Which is not realistic - people do not suddenly become decrepit upon reaching seniority. The only way to fix this is to get a 5k coin surgery each month, but if you’re in the casino or the stock exchange a window will pop up complaining about being a living corpse and can result in lost bets. The idea of this game is very fun, but it seems like a get rich quick scheme for the developers more than an actual idle strategy game. I do not recommend downloading it.
I love the concept but The expenses are almost always more than the income and you can’t increase your income without increasing spending. For example they force you to get better house and car to get a better job but the job but you get can never cover the cost of the house, car, meal plan, and RELATIONSHIP STATUS. Yes they force you to get a spouse, kids, a side chick, and grandkids just to get a job and you have to pay a monthly fee for these as well. If you try to reduce your expenses then they make you start from the beginning because they fire you! The only way to possibly win is by gambling or the stock market which are both chance based. And luckily I didn’t fall into the trap of buying anything in game; however my friend bought the $10 car and it was helpful at first but when he finally ran out of money and lost his job it forced him to get rid of the car he PAID REAL MONEY FOR and the only way he was able to get the car back was to pay about 40k or so in game cash which he couldn’t achieve because they forced him into bankruptcy. The game has a great concept but it is broken. It seems too hard to win even if you do pay.
To start off, the game idea is a freakin banger. Such a good idea and concept it’s crazy how it’s not a bigger game, right? Wrong. As you play your expenses for a car, house, clothes ect. Becomes higher than your actual income with the job you have, then you need to pay more money per month by upgrading your car and housing to get a job that still under cuts your expenses ALOT. So essentially, you just need to either pay your OWN money, or get very lucky in the casino or stock market. The game is a pay to win game after a certain point. If the developers weren’t so money hungry, this could be makin a lot more money than they get off a couple of suckers who wanted to win. I played a solid 5 times and I couldn’t get past age 29. EVERY SINGLE TIME. Honestly if you want to know what I’m saying, get the game, try it, because it’s fun a first. But you’ll realize how it is close to impossible to progress in the game after a certain point. Funny thing is I said to myself I wouldn’t stop until I was the president. But that’s pretty much impossible. Big middle fingers to the greedy ah developers. Smh.
Developed by Heatherglade Publishing Kft.
From Zero to Hero: Cityman is ranking in Games & Strategy & Simulation
Last update was at Sep 21, 2021and the current version is 1.6.20.
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From Zero to Hero: Cityman have a 279 621a user reviews.