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Jun 24, 2014 | 8:41 AM EDT
  • Daily 3rd Place June 25, 2014

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Buy low, sell high, and be evil. Notorious Inc is an economic comedy that features the money-making game play of financial strategy classics like DopeWars, woven with the base building features of Heroes of Might and Magic. You play as the Director, the unscrupulous CEO of a corrupt multinational corporation. Buy and sell illegal goods on the black market to earn money, and then spend your profits to upgrade your island base, hire new employees, or buy your way out of trouble. Stay alive, out of jail, and in the black long enough, and you’ll find yourself recognized as the top dog in organized super-villainy.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Game was fun, and as far as people QQing about the difficulty/content. I feel this is more of a time killer/casual play over anything. Great work!!!

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

waaaaayyy too easy


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Fun but not really a challenge although it was good for killing some time, cheers!

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It is interessting but you do need alot of luck to get some great prices


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

-Its funny

-but not really a challenge

-its pretty much just a decorated slot machine

-the whole "market" concept was complete bullshit, really all you do in the game is sell artifacts and nothing else
hmm I can buy 150 artifacts (max quantity) and make around 1,500,000$ selling them
or I can buy 150 t shirts and make around 1500$ selling them

-the random events never had me blink an eye or consider which option to choose
pay 10,000$ for 80% success
use people 100 for 50% success
do nothing for 33% success
well I have 50,000,000 dollars but only 150 people (max) so...

-and random investments? cool and funny stories but tactically irrelevant
invest in street performer 100$
well I have 50,000,000$ so 100$ is nothing, sure why not
Now I have 50,000,050$... uhh ok I guess

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