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  • Summary: Run your school the way you want to in School Tycoon! Build your school, complete with classrooms, administration offices and athletic facilities. Populate the school with teachers, and attract students to your new house of learning. Upgrade the cafeteria, improve the landscaping, and add entertainment options to increase your popularity with the students. Keep an eye on pupils and make sure theyíre learning, otherwise it's time for some detention. [Global Star] Expand
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  1. If you're looking for a management game that won't overwhelm you with details and spreadsheets, School Tycoon should be right up your alley.
  2. Unlike most of the dregs of the genre, however, School Tycoon keeps its tongue planted firmly in cheek, and presents a slightly bizarre and weird little world for your gaming enjoyment. [May 2004, p.63]
  3. The shallow management quickly devolves into make-work. Toss in frustrating random hurricanes and fires, and you'll recall why you couldn't wait to graduate. [May 2004, p.73]
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  1. Dec 22, 2013
    School Tycoon will be another great simulation game for the collection with plenty of replayability and the usually oversize head characters with one dimension personalities. There isn't much to School Tycoon as everything feels one dimensional to the characters, sets, buildings, disasters and scenarios. Although the game has flaws in its core its a fun and embassies game. Cat Daddy Games it feels like their was no heart put into this game, which makes it hard to recommend. I would only suggest buying this game on sale if your a serious simulation fan. Expand

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