Cruise Ship Tycoon
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  • As you navigate, you must consider bad weather, rocks, icebergs, and large sea animals (you can actually sink the ship if you fail to do that)

    • by Lorianna
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      Cruise Ship Tycoon for Windows is a simulation computer game that lets you build and operate your own cruise ships. The game can be played in 3 modes: Challenge where you accomplish a certain mission, Career where you start with one small ship and strive to expand your business, and Open Play where you can do different things you like.

      There are 4 base model ships to choose from.

      You will get to build your ship starting from


      just a shell, installing all the rooms, restaurants, creating entertainment blocks, crew and public areas, putting in furniture, lights, decorations, etc.

      You can send your ship to all kinds of exotic locations, from Antarctica to Mexico and to Russia.

      As you navigate, you must consider bad weather, rocks, icebergs, and large sea animals (you can actually sink the ship if you fail to do that).

      You should also make sure you are always on schedule, leaving ports and ...


      • arriving on time, as that affects your reputation.

        Good service, of course, is also very important.

        You will have personnel and passengers, and one of your major tasks is to keep those passengers happy.

        They will complain if something is wrong, just as people do in real life.

        Broken stuff needs to be fixed, dirty stuff needs to be cleaned, old stuff needs to be replaced.

        One of the funny features is zooming in on people and hearing

        them talk!

        If you run your ship successfully and make money, you can upgrade from a small ship to a larger one and afford installing more things and providing more entertainment.

        The game comes without any instructions or manual, so you pretty much learn it as you play, but it is not difficult to figure things out, most of them are self-explanatory.

        Cruise Ship Tycoon is rated T for “Teens,” but I’m sure adults who like simulation games will enjoy it as well.




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