The strategy management genre has been an extremely popular one in recent years. Games like SimCity and the tycoon series set the benchmark for such games. Continuing the trend, but in a slightly different fashion is JoWood, with the release of Industry Giant.
First and foremost, and what makes Industry Giant different from its counterparts, you have to specify the type of industry you want to be involved in. Whatever your industry talent, there are plenty of options to choose from. As a young executive, your task is to take note of the competitions actions and use them to form a strategy that will thrust you and your company to the top. However, computer AI means that your rivals are adopting the same strategy as yourself and will prove themselves to be equally merciless. You can begin a career in any decade, ranging from 1960 and 2060. The later you begin, the more technologies will be available. You must then build and manage transport networks and perfect your communication skills within the game. Players who find the challenge a little daunting can participate in an in-game tutorial that explains the ins and outs of the field of management Although played in an isometric point of view, you can view your industry from any angle on a 360-degree rotating camera.
Although complex in nature, Industry Giant is a relatively simple game with a shallow learning curve for inexperienced players. But those looking for a greater challenge have also come to the right place.