Tycoon game. Fairy Godmother Tycoon invites players to create a ramified potion empire throughout the land called Onceuponia. Your task is to make and sell different potions to peasants in order to break evil spells and curses. Among your duties will be following: analyze reports, look through news and weather, buy supplies, set prices, buy upgrades, spend money on marketing and research and hire freelancers. It may seem to be complicated but fortunately there is comprehensive tutorial that explains everything you need to know about potion business. You should develop your business all the time: conduct researches in order to create new and more expensive potions, upgrade warehouse, storefront, in-store entertainment, and invest money in advertising.
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
Fairy Godmother Tycoon is a captivating game that features bright detailed graphics, diverse sound effects and calming instrumental music. There is interesting story that guide you around eight villages where you establish potion shops, and communicate with fairytale characters. Villages look quite well; you see different fairytale-like buildings, citizens that are walking around, and your goons, which are advertising your shop. The only complain about graphics is the depiction of interior of your potion shop; you see it in small square in the left lower corner of the screen. One of the game highlights is possibility to know what inhabitants think about your store; you may click on any citizen and learn their thoughts. All in all, Fairy Godmother Tycoon is the original game that surely appeals to wide range of players because of captivating storyline, attractive graphics and addictive game play.
Offline gameplay: 1 player
ESRB Ratio: Everyone
Extras and features:
. Bright Fairytale-themed Graphics.
. Two Game Modes: Classic and Happily Ever After Mode.
. Eight Unique Villages.
. Buy Supplies and Upgrades for Your Shop.
. Comprehensive Tutorial.
. Poor depiction of shop.s interior.
OS: Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Me, Windows Vista Memory: 256 MB DirectX: 7.0 or later CPU: P3 650