Even with the upgrades and competition, Turmoil is the epitome of simplicity. It is more about betting against oneself when drilling, playing an extremely simple market, and exploiting upgrades for the most gain.
Turmoil plays like a casual game, but as you go along you quickly see that a lot of thought was put into it by people who really like to make games. I found it exciting and fun and just hard enough to keep me interested. If you like games that force you to put some effort in to them, I highly recommend getting it off Steam.
All the game wants from you is. Oil come out and sell. Turmoilde, where you earn revenue by extracting oil in the game. By upgrading the silos you use to materials such as horse-driving cars. You can extract your oil faster or more. In the game, you choose regions and go in search of oil in that region. There are 4 different regions in the game. Normal terrain, arid terrain, snowy terrain and mountainous terrain. There are 2 different sides in the game to sell your oil. 1. District Left Inc 2. The territory is Right Inc. Whichever gives you more money. If he's giving me a 2-on-2 miscarriage. He's using silos to keep your oil from being wasted. And you accumulate in them. If I give it a straight score, it would be 9/10. As for the price. It's perfect for a game like this. Then there's Turmoil- The Heat Is On, which has a DLC. This adds some great things to the game in DLC.
I've had this game for a little while and just got back into playing it.
It's honestly pretty fun to have to manage whether or not to sell and who to sell to based on the prices for oil at different companies, and the upgrades are pretty good as well. I can definitely say I recommend this game.
However, the wagon AI is terrible. I've literally gotten spillages with literally 40 wagons and one rig with the pipe width boosted twice because the wagons don't care enough to stay near it or take any oil when it's almost at the top. This is the only reason I've had to get the timer upgrade, which extends the duration of time that a rig can be at full capacity before spilling.
If the wagon AI is improved slightly so that they're more aware of what rigs are producing the most oil, the game would be a bit more enjoyable, although it is very enjoyable already.
Turmoil is an addictive and pleasantly nostalgic management strategy. In the role of an entrepreneurial discoverer you try to get rich on oil production, but your dream of dollars spewing from the land will not last long. The game campaign soon becomes a stereotype.
Turmoil is an extremely simple game, and this is why it can keep the players tied to the screen for hours. On the other hand, repetitiveness is around the corner and despite the variety of situations faced in each level, you won't probably start a new campaign after finishing your first playthrough.
Turmoil is a simple oil-drilling game. The levels themselves are a bit repetitive, but the power ups definitely improve this. You spend you time using scanners to find oil, and you quickly run out of money in the first month. I would definitely recommend this for people who want a simple game experience.
Turmoil is an oil excavation and management simulator made by Gamious. Your goal is to become the ultimate oil baron by using excellent management skills to grow your fortune. Let's go ahead and get into the categories.
This game features 2D graphics that offer up a great sense of style and uniqueness. While there is nothing to crazy about this game's graphics, it still is a great looking game. When I compare this to another simulation game I reviewed earlier, Blueprint Tycoon, this game's color palette as well as how clean and crisp all of the drawing are, really make you appreciate how good this game looks. The colors are bright and all seem to go together. I also really like the low poly nature of the ground, it is made up of little triangles that you dig through as you are tunnels through it. There's nothing spectacular about the way this game sounds, but it is still a very solid sounding game overall. The sound effects are good, and it also sports a decent soundtrack as well. Overall the games presentation is pretty good.
I've been a little "meh" on content. Fortunately this game is pretty cheap, so it can almost get away with it. There's on one gamemode, just the campaign. That's certainly not a problem, as a lot of games only come with one gamemode. I'll touch more on this in the gameplay category, but this game does struggle with a little bit of repetitiveness. There's are a lot of upgrades you can get for your oil rigs, horses, dowsers, and the like which does help to make it feel varied and gives you something to aim for. But other than that, there is only one other gamemode called Single Game, which is just the campaign without having to get upgrades. You can pick your difficulty, your map, and the goal is to get the highest profit margin. Still it's the same gameplay from the campaign. If this game was more the $10 I wouldn't get it, but it's still pretty cheap and you can certainly put a good amount of hours into this game.
Simplicity is the name of the game when it comes to gameplay. This is a pretty simple game to learn, as it does a nice job of introducing more and more gameplay options as you progress through the game. Basically your job is to find oil, drill the oil, and sell it to make money. That's it. There are a lot of upgrades that will better help you obtain oil, and you can bribe people to make sure that the oil prices stay high. This game does get pretty repetitive like I said earlier. There is as fair amount of management that goes on in this game, but it's nothing to hard. Basically it's just rinse, wash, repeat. There's really nothing to break up the days. Maybe you have to drill through some rock to get oil, or maybe you need to upgrade your dowser so he can find oil that's really deep in the ground, but that's about it. Despite that, the gameplay is good enough to keep you coming back.
This is a very good simulation that gets a little repetitive. Great graphics, a good soundtrack, and good gameplay is what you can expect from the oil management game.