Game Dev Tycoon Guide : Based on Experience 💚

Contents

Game Dev Tycoon is a business simulation game in which you relive gaming history by establishing your own video game creation company in the 1980s.

Initially, I was unsuccessful because I didn’t know which aspects were important with which genres. But I gathered the following information from my experience: Don’t Do’s and Should Do’s and Best Game Combinations.

Don’t Do These Things in Game Dev Tycoon.

  • Don’t create a massive game. If you cannot get 2D Graphics V3 or 3D Graphics V2, please only use these graphics for Large Games.
  • Don’t go over budget when playing, particularly when you aren’t taking the Simple Level.
  • Do not make another game that has the same engine. This could cause lousy reception and low sales also.
  • Do not make an expansion to an existing MMO Game right after releasing the MMO Game to avoid poor reception of the expansion.
  • Do not create more than two games with the same genre or subject in a row. This could result in low sales and poor reception.
  • Do not create a AAA Game if you have not yet unlocked 3D Graphics V6.
  • Do not make another game immediately after having designed the game. Whatever number of points it contains, it will result in bad reception.

Things You Should Do in Game Dev Tycoon

  • Be sure your game is free of Bugs; Even one glitch could result in 9/10 instead of 10/10.
  • Create your Game Report of all your games immediately to gain more research points as well as more understanding of what you can do
  • Always make use of the Sliders in the way that we will instruct you.
  • Always make sure you have the most effective combinations.
  • Ensure you have your employees trained in various fields to create a more effective AAA game.
  • If you’ve got the Booster Ability attribute on one of your employees, you must be sure to utilize it appropriately. For example, I have a worker with Booster ability and assigned him to Gameplay. Then click Boost to see if the development has reached Gameplay, and follow the same process for the other employees.
  • Ensure you train all your employees in the department you want to make the game.
  • Don’t add features to places where they’re not required since it will cause you to spend a lot of money and won’t benefit you much.

Don’t Create Two or More Consecutive Games with the same Genre

First, choose a genre for your first and subsequent games. Action, strategy, adventure, RPG, simulation, and casual are genres. Your game’s genre determines which game development stages matter.

You can later construct action/adventure and RPG/strategy games. Never make numerous games of the same genre in a row; it may hurt sales.

You Should Be Aware of the Game Systems You Release

You can release your game on the IBM PC-like PC and the Govodore 64. As the market expands, you can make games for those systems. The game’s game mechanisms become more diversified and outmoded.

Be careful which console or gaming system you release games on because its market share may be small.

Understand the stages of game development

When you “build” a game, you go through three “stages” These stages allow you to choose your game’s focus. First, decide how much time to spend on the game’s engine, gameplay, and story/quests. Second-stage choices include dialogue, level design, and AI. Last, choose world design, visuals, and sound. Depending on the type of game you’re making, you’ll prioritize different aspects.

Eliminate Bugs

During “game design,” your character and workers would bubble. These bubbles represent the game’s bugs, design, and technology. The three factors affect how well and how much your game sells.

Do Create Games with Different Topics

The particular game topic is another consideration. Start with four random themes. You can add themes by researching for 10 points each. Never release two games with the same topic, as the second will perform poorly in sales and reviews.

Be Aware of your Target Audience

After investigating the option in your third year, you can target audiences for your games. You can target games for kids, adults, and everyone. After researching this option, you must choose one of three target groups for each game.

If you don’t need a license, don’t buy it

You must pay a license charge to access markets other than PC and G64. Console-specific license prices vary. It might be $20,000 to $500,000+. Buy licenses only as needed and be aware of each gaming system’s lifetime.

Stay updated with Platform News

Quick gaming “updates” These demonstrate trends in gaming outside consoles. They also show gaming genres and subjects.

Identify the attributes of your employees before hiring them

After earning $2,000,000, you can move into a bigger studio. This lets you recruit coders and programmers to make your company’s games. While pricey, you have additional game designers beneficial. You hire tech and design experts.

You can specify an advertising budget and skill filters when hiring a new employee. You can filter complex algorithms, showreels, and gaming demos. The first eliminates tech-savvy applicants. The second lists designers. The third score combines both.

Each employee has speed, research, and level. The speed statistic measures how rapidly functioning “bubbles” rise. Research creates more bubbles. After reaching specific levels, they can specialize.

Create a Game Report

When possible, write game reports. Creating one per game release helps you collect research points. These analyses show you which genres and themes perform well together and on which console/platform. +++ is the best — the worst.

Game Dev Tycoon Combinations 

Now you’ll be assaulted with Game Dev Tycoon statistics and charts. We’ll explain plus and minus numbers before you drown in them.

Combos are the “meat” of Gaming Dev Tycoon because every title you build depends on its genre, topic, audience goal, and game system. These combinations range from 🌟 (good)  to ❌(bad) .Combo scores can make or break a game. So, onto the charts!

For instance, you can use the Best Game Dev Tycoon Combos to increase the effectiveness of the game’s sales.

Topic + Genre + Age Rating Combinations

This table is based on Raw Data from the game source.

Audiences: 

  • Y = Young,
  • E = Everyone,
  • M = Mature
Abstract Adventure = Best,  Action = Good, RPG = Terrible, Simulation = Terrible, Strategy = Decent, Casual = Terrible

Age Rating – M Rating = Best, E Rating = Good ,Y Rating = Decent

Airplane Action or Simulation or Casual or Strategy = Best, RPG = Decent, Adventure = Terrible.

Age Rating–  Y Rating or E Rating = Best and M Rating = Good

Aliens Action or RPG = Best, Simulation = Terrible, Strategy = Good, Casual = Bad, Adventure = Decent

Age Rating– M Rating or E Rating = Best and Y Rating = Good

Alternate History Action or RPG = Best, Adventure or Simulation = Decent, Strategy = Good, Casual = Terrible

Age Rating– M or E Rating = Best and Y Rating = Terrible

Assassin Action = Best, Adventure = Bad, RPG = Best, Simulation = Decent, Strategy = Terrible , Casual = Terrible

Age Rating– Y Rating = Terrible, E Rating = Decent, M Rating = Best

Business Action = Terrible, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Decent, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Best, Casual = Terrible

Age Rating– Y Rating = Good, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Bad

City Action = Bad, Adventure = Terrible, RPG = Bad, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Best, Casual = Bad

Age Rating– Y Rating = Good, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Decent

Colonization Action = Bad, Adventure = Terrible, RPG = Terrible, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Best, Casual = Bad

Age Rating- Y Rating = Bad, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Decent

Comedy Action = Terrible, Adventure = Best, RPG = Decent, Simulation = Terrible, Strategy = Terrible, Casual = Good

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Best

Construction Action = Bad, Adventure = Terrible, RPG = Terrible, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Good, Casual = Decent

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Good

Cooking Action = Good, Adventure = Bad, RPG = Decent, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Terrible

 

Crime Action = Best, Adventure = Terrible, RPG = Decent, Simulation = Good, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Terrible

Age Rating– Y Rating = Terrible, E Rating = Decent, M Rating = Best

Cyberpunk Action = Best, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Best, Simulation = Decent, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Terrible

Age Rating– Y Rating = Bad, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Best

Dance Action = Bad, Adventure = Terrible, RPG = Terrible, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Terrible, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Best, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Decent

Detective Action = Terrible, Adventure = Best, RPG = Best, Simulation = Decent, Strategy = Terrible, Casual = Good

Age Rating– Y Rating = Good, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Decent

Disaster Action = Good, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Terrible, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Best, Casual = Bad

Age Rating– Y Rating = Bad, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Best

Dungeon Action = Best, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Best, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Best, Casual = Terrible

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Best

Dystopian Action = Decent, Adventure = Good, RPG = Decent, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Good, Casual = Terrible

Age Rating– Y Rating = Bad, E Rating = Decent , M Rating = Best

Evolution Action = Bad, Adventure = Terrible, RPG = Terrible, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Best, Casual = Terrible

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Bad

Expedition Action = Bad, Adventure = Good, RPG = Terrible, Simulation = Good, Strategy = Best, Casual = Terrible

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Good

Extreme Sports Action = Best, Adventure = Terrible, RPG = Terrible, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Good

Age Rating– Y Rating = Best, E Rating = Bad, M Rating = Best

Fantasy Action = Best, Adventure = Best, RPG = Best, Simulation = Decent, Strategy = Best, Casual = Terrible

Age Rating– Y Rating = Best, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Best

Farming Action = Terrible, Adventure = Bad, RPG = Terrible, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Terrible, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Good, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Decent

Fashion Action = Terrible, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Best, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Terrible, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Best, E Rating = Decent, M Rating = Terrible

Game Dev Action = Terrible, Adventure = Bad, RPG = Terrible, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Terrible, Casual = Decent

Age Rating– Y Rating = Good, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Bad

 

Government Action = Terrible, Adventure = Terrible, RPG = Terrible, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Best, Casual = Bad

Age Rating– Y Rating = Terrible, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Decent

Hacking Action = Bad, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Bad, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Best, Casual = Terrible

Age Rating– Y Rating = Bad, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Best

History Action = Decent, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Decent, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Best, Casual = Good

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Good

Horror Action = Best, Adventure = Best, RPG = Decent, Simulation = Terrible, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Decent

Age Rating– Y Rating = Terrible, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Best

Hospital Action = Terrible, Adventure = Terrible, RPG = Decent, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Decent, Casual = Bad

Age Rating– Y Rating = Bad, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Decent

Hunting Action = Best, Adventure = Good, RPG = Good, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Good

Age Rating– Y Rating = Good, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Good

Law Action = Terrible, Adventure = Best, RPG = Good, Simulation = Good, Strategy = Good, Casual = Terrible

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Bad

Life Action = Terrible, Adventure = Best, RPG = Good, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Terrible, Casual = Decent

Age Rating– Y Rating = Best, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Decent

Mad Science Action = Good, Adventure = Best, RPG = Bad, Simulation = Good, Strategy = Terrible, Casual = Terrible

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Best

 

Martial Arts Action = Best, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Best, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Bad, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Best

Medieval Action = Best, Adventure = Best, RPG = Best, Simulation = Decent, Strategy = Best, Casual = Bad

Age Rating– Y Rating = Best, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Good

Millitary Action = Best, Adventure = Terrible, RPG = Decent, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Best, Casual = Terrible

Age Rating– Y Rating = Bad, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Best

Movies Action = Decent, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Terrible, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Terrible, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Good, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Good

Music Action = Best, Adventure = Good, RPG = Terrible, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Terrible, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Best, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Decent

Mystery Action = Terrible, Adventure = Best, RPG = Best, Simulation = Decent, Strategy = Terrible, Casual = Decent

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Best

Mythology Action = Best, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Good, Simulation = Good, Strategy = Decent, Casual = Terrible

Age Rating– Y Rating = Bad, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Best

Ninja Action = Best, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Decent, Simulation = Terrible, Strategy = Decent, Casual = Good

Age Rating– Y Rating = Best, E Rating = Decent, M Rating = Decent

Pirate Action = Decent, Adventure = Best, RPG = Good, Simulation = Good, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Decent

Age Rating– Y Rating = Best, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Decent

Post Apocalyptic Action = Best, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Best, Simulation = Terrible, Strategy = Good, Casual = Terrible

Age Rating– Y Rating = Terrible, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Best

Prison Action = Best, Adventure = Best, RPG = Decent, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Decent, Casual = Terrible

Age Rating– Y Rating = Bad, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Best

Racing Action = Good, Adventure = Terrible, RPG = Decent, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Best

Age Rating Y Rating = Best, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Good

Rhythm Action = Best, Adventure = Bad, RPG = Bad, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Terrible, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Best, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Decent

Romance Action = Terrible, Adventure = Best, RPG = Decent, Simulation = Good, Strategy = Terrible, Casual = Good

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Best

School Action = Decent, Adventure = Best, RPG = Best, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Best, Casual = Decent

Age Rating– Y Rating = Best, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Bad

Sci-Fi Action = Best, Adventure = Best, RPG = Best, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Best, Casual = Decent

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Best

Space Action = Best, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Terrible, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Best, Casual = Bad

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Best

Sports Action = Best, Adventure = Terrible, RPG = Terrible, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Best, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Decent

Spy Action = Best, Adventure = Best, RPG = Best, Simulation = Decent, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Decent

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Best

Superheroes Action = Best, Adventure = Terrible, RPG = Good, Simulation = Terrible, Strategy = Terrible, Casual = Bad

Age Rating– Y Rating = Best, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Best

Surgery Action = Decent, Adventure = Bad, RPG = Terrible, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Terrible

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Good

Technology Action = Terrible, Adventure = Bad, RPG = Terrible, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Good, Casual = Terrible

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Good

Thief Action = Good, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Best, Simulation = Good, Strategy = Terrible, Casual = Good

Age Rating– Y Rating = Bad, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Best

Time Travel Action = Good, Adventure = Best, RPG = Best, Simulation = Bad, Strategy = Terrible, Casual = Bad

Age Rating– Y Rating = Good, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Decent

Transport Action = Terrible, Adventure = Terrible, RPG = Terrible, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Best, Casual = Terrible

Age Rating– Y Rating = Good, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Bad

UFO Action = Best, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Terrible, Simulation = Decent, Strategy = Best, Casual = Decent

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Good

Vampire Action = Best, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Best, Simulation = Terrible, Strategy = Terrible, Casual = Bad

Age Rating– Y Rating = Bad, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Best

Virtual Pet Action = Terrible, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Good, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Good, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Best, E Rating = Decent, M Rating = Bad

Vocabulary Action = Terrible, Adventure = Terrible, RPG = Terrible, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Best, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Good, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Terrible

Werewolf Action = Best, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Best, Simulation = Terrible, Strategy = Terrible, Casual = Bad

Age Rating– Y Rating = Bad, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Best

Wildwest Action = Good, Adventure = Bad, RPG = Best, Simulation = Terrible, Strategy = Terrible, Casual = Bad

Age Rating– Y Rating = Bad, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Best

Zombies Action = Best, Adventure = Bad, RPG = Good, Simulation = Terrible, Strategy = Good, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Good, E Rating = Decent, M Rating = Best

Guide to Multi-Genre Game Development

If you wish to develop a Multi-Genre Game, include at least two Best Combinations. For example, a Vampire + Action + RPG game has an excellent chance of succeeding, whereas a Zombie + Action + Adventure game may be poor.

Platform + Genre + Age Rating Game Dev Tycoon Guide

This table is based on Raw Data from the game source.
Audiences: 

  • Y = Young,
  • E = Everyone,
  • M = Mature
PC Action = Good, Adventure = Best, RPG = Good, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Best, Casual = Terrible

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Best

G64 Action = Good, Adventure = Best, RPG = Good, Simulation = Good, Strategy = Best, Casual = Bad

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Best

TES Action = Decent, Adventure = Bad, RPG = Decent, Simulation = Decent, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Best, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Terrible

Master V Action = Good, Adventure = Bad, RPG = Decent, Simulation = Decent, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Good, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Bad

Gameling Action = Decent, Adventure = Bad, RPG = Good, Simulation = Good, Strategy = Terrible, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Best, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Terrible

Vena Gear Action = Good, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Decent, Simulation = Good, Strategy = Terrible, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Good, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Decent

Vena Oasis Action = Best, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Decent, Simulation = Good, Strategy = Terrible, Casual = Bad

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Good

Super TES Action = Good, Adventure = Good, RPG = Good, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Good

Age Rating– Y Rating = Best, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Terrible

PlaySystem Action = Best, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Best, Simulation = Decent, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Terrible

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Good

TES 64 Action = Good, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Bad, Simulation = Decent, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Good

Age Rating– Y Rating = Best, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Good

Dreamvast Action = Best, Adventure = Bad, RPG = Decent, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Bad

Age Rating– Y Rating = Bad, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Best

PlaySystem 2 Action = Best, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Best, Simulation = Good, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Good

Age Rating– Y Rating = Good, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Decent

mBox Action = Best, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Good, Simulation = Good, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Bad

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Good

Game Sphere Action = Decent, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Bad, Simulation = Decent, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Good, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Decent

GS Action = Decent, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Best, Simulation = Decent, Strategy = Decent, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Best, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Decent

PPS Action = Best, Adventure = Bad, RPG = Best, Simulation = Decent, Strategy = Decent, Casual = Decent

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Best

mBox 360 Action = Best, Adventure = Good, RPG = Best, Simulation = Good, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Good

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Best

Nuu Action = Decent, Adventure = Terrible, RPG = Bad, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Best, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Bad

PlaySystem 3 Action = Best, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Decent, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Decent

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Good

grPhone Action = Decent, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Bad, Simulation = Good, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Good, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Terrible

grPad Action = Decent, Adventure = Good, RPG = Bad, Simulation = Good, Strategy = Good, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Good, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Terrible

mPad Action = Bad, Adventure = Good, RPG = Decent, Simulation = Good, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Good

Age Rating– Y Rating = Bad, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Decent

Wuu Action = Good, Adventure = Bad, RPG = Decent, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Good, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Bad

OYA Action = Good, Adventure = Bad, RPG = Decent, Simulation = Good, Strategy = Decent, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Good

 

mBox One Action = Best, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Good, Simulation = Good, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Good

Age Rating– Y Rating = Bad, E Rating = Good, M Rating = Decent

PlaySystem 4 Action = Best, Adventure = Decent, RPG = Best, Simulation = Good, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Good

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Good

Swap Action = Good, Adventure = Good, RPG = Best, Simulation = Decent, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Good, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Decent

mBox Next Action = Good, Adventure = Good, RPG = Good, Simulation = Decent, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Best

Age Rating– Y Rating = Good, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Decent

PlaySystem 5 Action = Best, Adventure = Bad, RPG = Good, Simulation = Best, Strategy = Bad, Casual = Good

Age Rating– Y Rating = Decent, E Rating = Best, M Rating = Good

Genre/Stages Charts (Single Genre)

Genre/Stages Charts (Single Genre)
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Genre/Stages Charts (Multi-Genre)

Genre/Stages Charts (Multi-Genre)
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How To Create A Console in Game Dev Tycoon

To unlock the Hardware Lab and R&D Lab in Game Dev Tycoon, you must be in the 4th Upgraded Office and have a large amount of money. If you do, you can hire anyone to be a technology specialist and conduct custom hardware research in the R&D Lab to construct a console.

Making a console costs a lot of money, so I advise you to include all the newest features you discover through research and ensure maximum quality. This will benefit you in the long run because the console won’t break easily, and you’ll receive fewer customer complaints, allowing you to spend less on the hardware lab once it’s released.

Before building a console, you should also be aware that making a game exclusively for it would only marginally increase console sales. To fully benefit from this market, you must make your games exclusive.

Game Dev Tycoon Sliders Guide

One Genre sliders are below.

Action Game Sliders

Game Dev Tycoon 2021 Guide Action Game Sliders 1

 

Game Dev Tycoon Guide Action Game Sliders 2

 

Game Dev Tycoon 2021 Guide Action Game Sliders

Adventure Game Sliders

Adventure Game Sliders

 

Adventure Game Sliders 2

 

action game slider

Simulation Game Sliders

Simulation Game Sliders 1

 

Simulation Game Sliders 2

 

Simulation Game Sliders 3

Game Dev Tycoon RPG Game Sliders Guide

RPG Game Sliders 1

 

RPG Game Sliders 2

 

RPG Game Sliders 3

Casual Game Sliders

Casual Game Sliders 1

 

Casual Game Sliders 2

 

Casual Game Sliders 3

Strategy Game Sliders

Strategy game slider 1

 

Strategy Game Sliders 2

 

Strategy Game Sliders 3

Unlocks

  • You will begin in your garage.
  • 1M is required to unlock the next office.
  • You can acquire an upgrade at the office if you are in Year 11 Month 6 Week 2 with two employees and 5M.
  • To get the next office, you must live in Y13 M9 W2, have four employees, and have 16M.
  • To unlock the Hardware Lab, you must obtain a Technology Specialist (after unlocking the R&D lab).
  • A Design Specialist is required to unlock the R&D Lab.

R&D Lab Unlocks

Hardware After opening
Internet Opportunities After opening
MMO After Internet Opportunities
Codename : Grid After Internet Opportunities
Own Convention 1M fans or Y23
3D Graphics v6 3D Graphics V5 lvl. 4
3D Graphics v7 3D Graphics v6 lvl. 4
License Game Engines After making 10 custom engines
AAA Games Get a large game with a score of 10
Custom Hardware Have a Tech Specialist
Marketing Campaign Develop a AAA game

Research Unlocks

Target Audience Y3 M1 W1
Casual Games Y3 M11 – W1
Marketing Y4 M5 W2
Sequels Y8 M6
Multi Genre Y12 M8
Expansion Pack Research MMO and have an MMO in sale

Achievements

Diversity Have male and female staff
Perfect Game Get a clean score of 10 (try this with Medium/Large games because the bigger the games get the harder it is)
Writer’s Block  Create a game and wait 1 minute before typing in a name
Famous Hire someone ‘famous’ (happens by chance)
Versatile Release a successful game in all main genres
Turn it up to 11 Get a reviewer to give a 11/10 (Don’t try it with AAA)
Eat Cake When you’ll be asked to add barrels to a game add them in an action game
Writer’s Block Create a game and wait 1 minute before typing in a name
Treasure Hunter Create a game named “Pong” in Garage
Bluehair reporting for space duty Create a game named “Wing Commander” in 2nd building before upgrading it
Welcome to Mars Create a game named “Doom” in 2nd building before upgrading it
Best ride to work ever Create a game named “Half-Life” in 2nd building after upgrading it
Welcome to your Hospital Create a game named “Theme Hospital” in 2nd building after upgrading it
The sky is not the limit Create a game named “Star Citizen” after unlocking R&D lab
Welcome Chief Create a game named “Halo” after unlocking R&D lab
Inception Create a Game Dev/Simulation game named “Game Dev Tycoon”
Admirer Call your company “Greenheart Games”
Fan Call your company “Activision” (or another known gaming company)
Unobtainium Get 100M sales on a single game (Possibly the hardest, you can’t use expansion packs)

Read the part about achievements first if you want to get all the achievements.

It took me a while to figure out what aspects were essential with which genres the first time I played the game.

The following guide will cover all aspects of Game Dev Tycoon Achievements.

Game Dev Tycoon Best Combos

Like many other games, games are made more accessible within the game. It’s all about choosing various genres and topics when creating your game.

After that, you’ll be making adjustments to sliders so that the appropriate quantity of time can be spent in various areas.

It will take some effort to know the right thing to do regarding these sliders and decide on various genres and topics for the games.

We’ll examine which genres go well with specific areas, and before knowing that, you must be aware of the nitty-gritty tips and tricks to develop games generally.

For instance, you can use the Best Game Dev Tycoon Combos to increase the effectiveness of the game’s sales.

Game Dev Tycoon Mods

If you’re looking to be a gaming boss or leader of a team of developers in a ragtag group, Game Dev Tycoon has many things to provide.

Of course, no simulation game has everything, and that’s where modders step in.

Steam Workshop has over 800 fan-created downloads that are available for download in the game.

Here are the most popular Game Dev Tycoon Mods available if you’re looking for a way to make your gaming more exciting or decorate your office space.

FAQS

How do you get 11 in Game Dev Tycoon?

You should have an excellent team. Use your boosts at the appropriate times. Create a sequel to a highly successful game (10 ratings) to enhance your chances of receiving an 11/10.

Does Game Dev Tycoon have an ending?

The story ends after 25/30/35 years, depending on the setting. The game itself is limitless.

Is there a Game Dev Tycoon 2?

In Game Tycoon 2, you are thrust into the middle of the major players. Participate in the action and discover the allure of game production. Meet your objective and become the Game Tycoon!

How many fans do you need to self publish a large game?

Around 140k fans are required to unlock large games

How do you make AAA games in Game Dev Tycoon?

AAA is unlocked by completing either five tens on a large game or four tens and one 11 on a large game. After it is unlocked, the R&D lab can research it.

How do you get a good start in Game Dev Tycoon?

  • Before You Begin – Understand The Gaming Systems.
  • Check Out All The Events.
  • Variety Is Important.
  • Try To Stay Afloat.
  • Hold Off On Casual Games.
  • Think About The Gamers.
  • Don’t Forget To Research.

Can you play Game Dev Tycoon offline?

No, you can’t play the game offline.

Does Game Dev Tycoon have cheats?

They do not have cheat codes or developer codes. I do not recommend using save game editors since they were created for earlier versions of Game Dev Tycoon.

What do the percentages mean in Game Dev Tycoon?

You can use the percentage to determine the value of your new sidebar features. AI features without AI design points will be ineffective.

How do you unlock 3D graphics in game dev tycoon?

You will have access to the next level for 3D graphics if you reach level 3 using the 3D LVL 1 (which appears in the list when you finish a game).

How do you get the R&D lab in Game Dev Tycoon?

You will have access to the next level for 3D graphics if you reach level 3 using the 3D LVL 1 (which appears in the list when you finish a game).

What is pirate mode game dev tycoon?

The simulator for game development Game Dev Tycoon now includes a highly challenging “Pirate Mode” in which your software is pirated. This advanced option will limit sales on all of your games, simulating the real-world piracy problem.

When can you self-publish medium Games Game Dev Tycoon?

  • Take publisher contracts for Medium games until you have 100K fans.
  • Then self-publish Medium (with valid promotion, see below) until you unlock Largely.
  • Then self-publish Large if you have 400K followers; otherwise, take contracts for Large until you do, then self-publish Large.

Important links

Play Store

App Store

Greenheart Games

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