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I know not everyone is into mobile gaming, but for me, mobile gaming is a part of my daily life. In case you didn’t see, I run a Clash Royale clan and gave our readers some tips on how to run their very own clan last month. For those who love mobile gaming as much as I do, there is an awesome title that you should pick up from the Google PlayStore right away, especially if you have an interest in game development.

Game Studio Tycoon 3 normally costs R51.99 on the PlayStore, but for a limited time, you can grab the game for free and keep playing it even after the free offer expires tomorrow, 3 December 2017. All you need to do is head on over to the game’s PlayStore page and claim it. The game requires Android version 3.0 and up to play and as always with mobile games, be sure to connect to Wi-Fi before downloading it as it is roughly a 180mb download. Learn more about Game Studio Tycoon 3 below.

About Game Studio Tycoon 3

"It’s a dream of every amateur and pro gamer to have their own personal game studio where they can hire the best developers, create awesome video games and sell them for a huge profit! Game Studio Tycoon 3 gives you the chance to simulate a fully functional game development studio! Do you have what it takes to beat the competition and become the best studio in the industry?"

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Key features of Game Studio Tycoon 3:

Start on your own in a small office, and grow your gaming business to owning 7 buildings and managing 50 employees while tasking 3 independent teams of game developers to produce different projects at the same time!

  • Build your video gaming business alone, or try to get help from investors. A unique investor system allows you to sell off part of your company for money when you’re in a pinch!
  • Develop games for devices from 50 years of gaming history as well as the near future.
  • Create your own video games and even MMO’s! Determine the level of support for your MMO games, create updates, and run advertisement campaigns to attract new users!
  • Create your own hardware! You can create a traditional console, handheld device, or even a mobile device (tablet/phone). Once your hardware is released you can try to increase your market share by investing in third party developers to produce games for your hardware. Every game you release on your own hardware can help increase your market share!
  • Set the price for your games and hardware. Lower priced products tend to sell more, but turn less of a profit – find the right balance to capitalize!
  • Participate in 3 yearly conventions, each targeted at different types of fans.
  • Incredibly complex fan and user system. Each fan has a genre preference, and platform preference, and an age. On top of that, your fans will grow older as the game progresses!
  • Compare your studio against 7 AI studios and compete for yearly awards.
  • Analyze and strategize! Pour over various charts and graphs to determine what games you should make and decide what direction to take your company in.
  • Plan your game projects and hardware ahead of time. You can queue up to 3 projects for each team to work on for a total of 9 projects. This means when a team is done with their current project, they will move on to the next one right away!
  • Take a gamble and make games for big publishers! However, publisher deals rely on your past projects so be sure to have a high average game rating!
  • Certify your employees in 8 different technical fields to help improve their performance.

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I haven’t personally played the game but will be giving it a shot this weekend since it is free anyway, so there is nothing to lose. The game has a 3.9 out of 5 average user rating on the PlayStore, so it should be quite entertaining to play.

Are you into mobile gaming and will you be grabbing this freebie? Let us know in the comment section below.

Source: Google PlayStore

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