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RISE OF INDUSTRY IS A STRATEGIC TYCOON GAME THAT PUTS YOU IN THE
SHOES OF AN EARLY 20TH-CENTURY INDUSTRIALIST.
Build and manage your growing empire in a living, breathing, and procedurally generated world that is constantly evolving and adapting to your playstyle.
As a budding entrepreneur, you will build factories, construct efficient transport lines, move raw materials, produce finished goods, and arrange trade with the world's developing cities, providing them with the resources they need to flourish - for as they grow and prosper, so do you.
Designed with an eye towards both accessibility and depth, Rise of Industry has enough strategic complexity and replayability to satisfy the most experienced fans of the genre, while its simple-to-understand mechanics ensure that new players will love it as well.
It is not often that we walk out of a Gamescom meeting saying “Wow!”, but we did with Rise of Industry. We saw amazing depth and equally amazing performance and some really clever and fun ideas
From the most basic materials, there will be a wide range of products you can manufacture and ship to towns. Keep the economy moving and keep the needs of the masses fulfilled.
Want to make some citizens happy with brand new cars? Great! You just need a factory, some engines, tires and frames. Where do you get that? Well, you're going to need some other factories to make it out of metal and rubber, right? Where do you get that? Maybe a refinery and some smelters and ... Well, you get the idea.
Rise of Industry features just enough realistic detail to making zooming on my little towns a joy, and just enough abstraction that I never lost sight of how all my trade routes and harvesting operations fit together. It's beautiful!
Facilitate the transportation of both raw and finished products at every stage of production with the help of trucks, trains, boats, and even zeppelins. Each move of travel has its own advantages and drawbacks, and it's up to you to sort this logistical puzzle.
Industry Giant finds a worthy successor