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Try and become a millionaire in this fun little supermarket simulator. We've been working very hard on this and it is something I've always wanted to do. Please review and PM me if you have any queries
Coding by Matthew Shaile
Art by Eduardo Mojica and Sarah Blount
Check out www.rustyarcade.com
I thought it was a great game. Just two points I'd like to make. First, I would like a save function, it's a long game, and to just play for hours on end it not as fun, so a save would be nice. Secondly, I like that there was a mute button but it did not mute everything, it would be nice if it did. Besides these two points I thought it was a great game. A second edition would be nice.
Very addicting, with a few small problems
SuperManager is a very addicting game, very fun, but I found a few things I didn't like about it. For one, I wish the game had a save feature. I got $500,000, but I had to get off the computer. Also, I think more upgrades should be added. For example, once I got shelves to 100 capacity, and got enough money to support my store, it was boring. I just had to sit back and watch, and refill the shelves once in a while.
Awesome game concept with some interface issues
This had me more interested in a Flash game than I've been in a good while. I love sim style games, and this does an awesome job at bringing the Sims to the grocery store.
That said, I got involved enough to be pretty irritated by some interface issues. The warehouse / shelf windows shouldn't cover up the amount of money one currently has. I constantly had to move the window to the upper left-hand corner to see my $. Also, scrolling through the list of grocery items was terrible. Since there was a time-based scroll, I couldn't click through the items rapidly and there was no scroll bar to let me jump from one end to the other. Cringe-inducing!
Also: we need a save game feature!
Also, is there any penalty for not putting the price on everything as high as possible? I thought at first that my store wouldn't be as popular if I went to the highest price possible, but since I started just cranking up all prices right away, my store's always been very successful. Seems like it should be easier to fail by making prices high on non-upgraded items.
I, too, was a bit sad that the game peters out once one gets shelves to 100 capacity. Not much to do but put it on 2x, refill the shelves every so often, and sit back. What if there were super luxury options that one could upgrade once one hit that level? The kind that turn a Safeway into a Wegmans? Customer service upgrades, exotic produce, upgrade cart size, additions to the store (another row of shelves)... in-store coffee shop!
All in all, you should take all these thoughts as high praise of a very successful and engaging game shell.
Ugh, my music ruins this
I could have provided you with an EXTENDED version of the track! Lols.
This is a really fun game and I had a great time playing it. Except, just like another guy i lost my game but i didn't X it out, I accidentely pressed play game again and it started all over. Except I didn't have it open for days. But like other people said if you could add just little thing's like more items to sell after a certain point, being able to more than 100 thinga at a time, being able to put more than 100 thing in one space, being able to have more advertisements, and being to upgrade things past 5. Do that and this game would be pure genius
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