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GearCity Steam Digital Code Global

GearCity Steam Digital Code Global

Note: This is the initial release of the original product, not a bonus or expansion pack, for 64-bit Windows 7, macOS and SteamOS.
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Genres:IndieSimulationStrategy

Product Description

GearCity is a realistic historically focused economic simulation of the global automobile industry. Unlike tycoon games, GearCity has not been simplified. It is a complex, realistic, in-depth management sim that will take several hours to grasp and hundreds of hours to master. Thousands of players across the globe and industry professionals from automotive engineers to economics professors have praised the game’s intricate details.

GearCity offers a wide variety of design and business choices.
Create chassis, engines, transmissions, and vehicles. Manage production lines, supplies, prices, and employees. Build factories and distribution branches. Set marketing and racing budgets. Negotiate with benefits unions. Adjust dividends on your subsidiaries and enact a hostile takeovers in a feature-heavy stock system. Produce munitions and military equipment for governments at war. Let your imagination free and choose your own path.

Armed with its realistic economic simulator.
GearCity offers several maps with hundreds of cities. For a little less micromanagement, the game also includes territory based maps which are broken down into a few dozen regions. Each map has historically accurate purchasing power, population, population growth, inflation, interest and market growth rates. With correct settings most maps have near historically accurate sales figures, hundreds of static AI and infinite dynamically generated AI competition. All maps also include thousands of historical events that shape world and automotive history such as the Panic of 1907, World War 1, the Post War Recession, The Great Depression, and many more large and small events that will affect your decisions.