As a new feature for GiN, we will occasionally be taking a look back at games from simpler times that were published many years ago. This week we spotlight Start-up, a game about building a business empire during the roaring 2000s.
Silverfall certainly looks unique from other RPGs out there with its cel-shading like graphics. But a clunky interface threatens to spoil the fun.
Flaming ‘ell. Remember when the only thing you wanted to do was become a fire fighter, but your mom wouldn’t let you because it was too dangerous? Well, now you can be the fire fighter you’ve always wanted to be. Emergency Fire Response puts the men of the 615th Fire Station at your disposal, as all manner of lethal, hot under the collar situations ensue. This game isn’t just about putting fires out, oh no, there’s much more to it than that. Fortunately you have access to water ladders, pumps and ambulances to help you in your efforts. Each fire … Continue reading Fire it up!
I don’t often do reviews.Â John says it’s like pulling teeth to get me to give him copy.Â I tell him that running a small publishing house is more like pulling teeth and that he should try it sometime.Â He then tells me that if I think I’m so smart I should review this new game, ‘Start Up 2000.’Â Exit John, looking pleased with himself. Start Up 2000 is a simulation of the business world and the insanity that surrounds the world of high tech start ups.Â From the demands that your investors can place upon you, to the marketing, … Continue reading Start Up 2000 is tycoon training