In this game, you will manage a construction company. Handle big machines, busy workmen, hefty time limits, mid-sized accidents and the ever-changing prices of your needed materials. Try to be better than your competitors, raise your reputation. Special contracts will get you special benefits - if you succeed. Manage everything from transportation of materials to recruitment of your workforce.

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Hello folks, welcome to my current project. It is in development since Feb 2011. In 2012 I made a reboot and switched to a stage-based approach.

Posted by ClayManZ on May 18th, 2013

But what does that mean? Well, each stage has a limited set of planned features. If most of them are realised, I assemble a test game that is fully playable. At some stages, I'll plan to handle balancing and playtime. After each Stage, I look at the current gameplay. If a feature isn't funny, I alter or remove it.

Stage 3 - Miscellaneous
Stage 3 - MiscellaneousStage 3 - Miscellaneous

Stage 3 was the last finished state, I just uploaded some Screenshots from then. Stage 4 is in development for 1 month, many things have changed. The gameplay is evolving, so I hope to release a playable demo when i'm finished with '4'.

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ClayManZ May 20 2013, 4:23pm replied:

I never heard of that game before, looks like a tycoon-simulation-hybrid to me. There are another two titles: 'Skyscraper Simulator' and 'Building Inc.'.
But none of them seem to be like the classic tycoon-games I wished them to be :(

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rsdworker Oct 13 2013, 5:00pm says:

Building Inc was good like planning and build and design inside
even i liked it

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