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DescriptionBau AG is a simulation of the complete building industry. From commencement of work at building site to building the construction to completion. You are in charge for the whole process of building a house, mall, hospital or bank.
To accomplish your task you have to administrate the human resources, construction equipment, treatment and handling of waste, basic electrical and sanitary installations and many more things. You have to plan the building from scratch. You have to make your own blueprint of the building and draw it with a pencil on the ground. After that you have to plan and accomplish the complete building interior (windows, doors, stairs, elevators etc.). Every single object must be placed in the right place, as you planned with your blueprint for every structural level.
You have to watch the time and the budget to solve the your mission. There are 20 missions with linear increasing complexity. After finishing your last mission you are able to build your own buildings in the sandbox mode.
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- "Building & Co: L'architecte c'est vous!" -- French tag-lined title
- "Bau AG" -- German title
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The Press Says
|Gamer Lobby||Jul 30, 2008||80 out of 100||80|
|GameStar (Germany)||Jul 29, 2008||60 out of 100||60|
|PC Gameplay (Benelux)||Oct 24, 2008||53 out of 100||53|
|Jeuxvideo.com||Jan 14, 2008||10 out of 20||50|
|Gamer.nl||Oct 19, 2008||4 out of 10||40|
|Gamekult||Jan 16, 2008||3 out of 10||30|
|PC Games (Germany)||Jul 30, 2008||6 out of 6||0|
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ingapseu (244) added Building & Co (Windows) on Jul 31, 2008
A coproduction of:
Delegated Producer: Palludio Games
Development: Creative Patterns
Palludio Games, Elektrogames, Creative PatternsWith the participation of:
the Centre National de la Cinématographie and the Ministère de l'Economie, des Finances et de l'IndustrieIn partnership with:
Arcelormittal, Saint Gobain, Seimat, Eiffage and the FFB