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Jan 16, 2013 | 8:29 PM EST

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Trade Outpost November is a trading game set on an automated space station. Collect and swap goods with aliens, earn energy credits, fix your ship, and escape as fast as you can!

Reviews


AkrasiaAkrasia

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars May 11, 2014

I was a little surprised at my defeat, wasn't even aware that it was about to happen. The game was very promising: I like the concept and it looks great, but it's so unfotunate that there are so many restrictions on trading in a trading game. Or may be I failed to notice something, but during the day, you can only trade with whatever you have in those 6 blocks. The cargo space can be viewed, but not used to trade with. Quite annoying because those 6 blocks provide space for only a few trades and it is annoying that many traders come in for stuff you have (abundantly), but are not able to trade with. If I'm missing something, ok, fair enough, but then there should've been proper instructions.



500boy500boy

Rated 4 / 5 stars October 25, 2013

awesome game but I could not get the PACK RAT medal I started several different days with full cargo bay and nothing :(



Thriller13Thriller13

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars April 2, 2013

Technique is to collect so that when the trend is near just place them in your cargo, then when parts are available, just simple sell. :)



MatbShadowMatbShadow

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 6, 2013

Hi there.
I thought it was a good game to play and have some fun.

Got a bit embarrasing. Was about to critizise that you didn't give one a chance for having more space then those six blocks. Took an ekstra look befor finishing my review, and thank god i did that.
It needs to be more clear that one has the oppertunity to store in a cargo.
Thought i only had those six blocks.
Would be helpfull with instructions.

I like the game.
Had good trade feeling to it and that the most expensive item changes after you bought a ship part or if enough time went by. Also nice that you had the oppertunity to change value of the items by selling one expensive 1 to change the flow of trade on the outpost.

Lost half a star because there wasn't a tutorial or instructions.


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grevantimegrevantime

Rated 3 / 5 stars February 2, 2013

Well, a harmless game that took a wee bit to figure out how to succeed without any real detail of instructions. Turned downed the volume quickly, as it got annoying. The medals are just for for show; right? It's not like they're actually awarded.