DescriptionCoffee Tycoon is a typical casual tycoon game that gives opportunity for a player to build up his caffeine empire from a scratch. Or to be exact, from title, logo and a starting city. After that player should try to raise the number of patrons visiting his establishments, strive for opening new coffee houses and keeping the money flow strong. The ultimate goal of the game is to reach one million number of visitors per day.
In that daunting task player has only his employees to rely on. The game features three types of workers available for hire: Baristas, Managers and Executives. Baristas occupy themselves with making coffee and collecting money, while Managers try to attract new customers. And Executives are responsible for opening new coffee houses. Player should carefully balance between these three groups in order to achieve maximum performance under specific conditions.
Additionally, it is possible to buy upgrades, ranging from the new equipment and vacation offers for you employees up to the media advertisements and even ability to take your company on the stock market. Also broadening the menu with various types of coffee serves great in attracting additional customers to the house.
The game is divided into the separate levels by the end of which a certain number of customers should be met. During the working day random events happen: some have a positive effect, some negative and some are of an educating quality brushing up the player's knowledge on the history of coffee-making.
The gameplay process is accompanied with moody jazz music.
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|Digital Entertainment News (den)||Nov 08, 2006||2 out of 10||20|
|FileFactory Games / Gameworld Network||Sep 27, 2006||20 out of 100||20|
|Absolute Games (AG.ru)||Feb 03, 2006||19 out of 100||19|
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