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  • Summary: Playing as both architect and developer, your job is to build world-famous skyscrapers that will be the envy of the entire city. Manage every aspect of your building from construction through to keeping your tenants happy. Success is entirely in your hands.
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  1. Apr 17, 2018
    Project Highrise is a simulation and building management game with a wide range of possibilities. Its sound and visual atmosphere is sober, as perfectly suited to this style of play. Whether in sandbox mode or in a scenario, you will need to think and think creatively to make your building profitable.
  2. Apr 16, 2018
    As someone who hasn't played Project Highrise before but appreciates tower building sims, I am loving the game so far. I'm still just in the shallow end of the game, but I'm enjoying it greatly so far. The visuals are great, the music is delightful, and the controls are optimized for this kind of thing. I can easily see myself picking this up whenever I have some time around the house and just losing myself for a few hours just building my dream tower.
  3. Apr 16, 2018
    Project Highrise is a phenomenal building management game that's a phenomenal fit on mobile.
  4. Apr 16, 2018
    An impressive and captivating simulation that will eat up hour after hour of your spare time.
  5. 70
    Jokes aside, the lack of personality in Project Highrise hurts it. You stop caring about whether tenants move in and out, or what happens to them while they stay. And then the whole game becomes an exercise in figuring out ways to exploit it to make it even easier for you. Which sounds harsh, I know, and I don't mean to be, because overall it is an admirable and mechanically sound simulator. It's just that for a genre that was in danger of fading to real obscurity, the renaissance that it has had over the last five years ago has left Project Highrise with a lot of catching up to do.