Profitania Ad Blurbs
Profitania is the final part of LavaMind's business strategy series. It features gorgeous 3D imagery, rich sound and an extensive underground world to explore. You take on the role of an industrialist in the subterranean kingdom of Profitania, where your goal is to become a manufacturing powerhouse. The unique thing about Profitania is the real-time trading engine. In a fast-paced exciting rush of adrenaline, you must buy up the best goods on the commodity exchange before they disappear. Using these raw materials, you manufacture products to sell on the open market. Expanding your factories and researching new products, you compete against five other players in a race to become the leading underground industrialist.
Contributed by Jeanne (76262) on Sep 01, 2006.
Surprisingly Fun! "A game with a great sense of humor, pitting a group of silly aliens on a freaky planet against each other in a non-violent, money-making contest. It's about time." -- Happy Puppy
A+++ "Take my advice and purchase this CD. You will not be sorry you did. I don't have a rating system, but if I did, this game would get an A+++!" -- KidsLikeOurs.com
3.5 STARS "If you are looking for a humorous but reasonably realistic business/manufacturing simulation then Profitania Deluxe is a good choice." -- Intelligamer
85% "It has everything the budding entrepreneur needs to see if he or she can handle the challenge of business and none of the real cash loss if it doesn’t work out." -- Exscape
Weird Game "Far out, wacky sim, with business guts." -- Games Domain
One of a Kind "One undeniable facet of Profitania is that there's no other non-Lavamind game like it." -- Computer Games Magazine
Fun! "Like its earlier counterparts, it's simple to learn and offers good, if basic, economic lessons and still better fun." -- PC Games Magazine
Good Gameplay "Gameplay is easy to pick up and the compulsion to play just one more turn can be quite strong." -- Gone Gold
Great Game "If you liked the other two great games from Lavamind you are really going to like this one." -- Playtesters.com
Contributed by Steven Hoffman (56) on Jul 13, 2000.