Omerta Game LTD have announced the acquisition and relaunch of popular family-friendly business-themed simulation game, Tycoon Online. A brand new version and game round will begin on November 6th.
Recession getting you down? Then why not take a leaf out of Omerta Game Ltd's book and get involved in some casual business fun. The independent online-game publisher has added evergreen free-to-play business simulation game, Tycoon Online to their roster of browser-based MMO's.
Omerta Game Ltd crew manager, Bianca Evers says, "We're excited to be given the opportunity to nurture Tycoon Online's reputation as one of the biggest business simulation games on the internet. Over the last 9 years, TO has grown through player-driven innovation and a stellar network of volunteer crew members - we are going to continue that ethos while bringing the game to a much wider audience".
To celebrate the takeover, Tycoon Online will be launching a new version and game round this Sunday, November 6th, at 4:10pm local time. Tycoon Online's rounds last for 70-days and pit thousands of players against each other in a bid to achieve the highest company value possible.
Take classic off-the-shelf games like SimCity, Roller Coaster Tycoon, and Transport Tycoon Deluxe, mix them together, then add a web interface and massively-multiplayer gameplay. That's the recipe for Tycoon Online,a great business-themed simulation game that's fun for the whole family.
Tycoon Online is based in virtual Sweden. When you start your in-game company, you will choose a city in Sweden as your base of operations. From there, you will build factories, produce goods, sell them on the market or in shops, and transport goods that are bought by other players. There is also a stock market where you can buy shares of other players' companies, and a bank where you can take out loans and make investments.
"From cotton farms to clothes shop, you're in charge of staff, production and manufacturing. Do you have it in you to be a real tycoon and grow your company to become number 1?", added Bianca.
Tycoon Online has won plaudits for it's ability to mix easily accessible gameplay and a casual style, with a depth and complexity that keeps players coming back again and again. The game is entirely free-to-play with no restrictions placed on non-playing players, and with no intrusive advertisements or pop-ups to distract from the gameplay experience.
Cully Williams, a volunteer member of Tycoon Online's 'police', says, "Tycoon Online is one of those games that, once you start, you can't bring yourself to quit. Between managing my factories and clicking for wheat, I'm hooked. This is an incredibly fun game with a great community behind it."
Why not try becoming a Tycoon today? Simply head to the official website and create your own company now – http://www.tycoononline.nu/
A U.S. version of Tycoon Online is also available, which is half way through it's current game round.
Local versions of the game will soon be launched for players in Portugal, Belgium, The Netherlands, and Turkey.
About Tycoon Online
Tycoon Online is a family-friendly, competitive, be-your-own entrepreneur-based MMO. It is free-to-play, browser-based and does not require any downloads or installs. Players compete by building successful businesses and attempt to out-do each other by achieving the highest company value.
Each round has thousands of players and lasts for 70 days.
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