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I need a brain where i have to think...a lot.

HefaistosHefaistos Member UncommonPosts: 346
I am looking after a fun game, business/tycoon/management where my brain is challenged. Last game that did that is BDO and their life skills. Sick system but i am a bit burned atm. Ive just bought Transport Fever. I also have Planet COaster but i find it kiddish. What other games should i look afteR?

Thanks.
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  • rakisseiarakisseia Member CommonPosts: 8
    Fifa17 is best game for entertainment..
  • ConstantineMerusConstantineMerus Member EpicPosts: 2,697
    Civilization series comes to mind. 
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  • laxielaxie Member RarePosts: 1,071
    Guild 2 is one of my favourites. It's about developing family heritage in medieval times. You do this by creating and growing businesses. There is a fair bit of management, as you have to source ingredients, hire employees, decide on where to sell stuff, etc. If you are interested, go for Guild 2: Renaissance, it's a stand alone version with an expansion.

    Anno 1404 is my favourite game in the Anno series. They are all about developing cities, by managing resource production chains efficiently. The new Anno games seem to have a lot of unneeded gimmicks. 1404 was, in my opinion, the last one that was true to the original concept.

    Factorio is an amazing building/production game with a lot of content. I suggest it if you don't mind the graphical style.
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  • TillerTiller Member EpicPosts: 9,028
    Hefaistos said:
    I am looking after a fun game, business/tycoon/management where my brain is challenged. Last game that did that is BDO and their life skills. Sick system but i am a bit burned atm. Ive just bought Transport Fever. I also have Planet COaster but i find it kiddish. What other games should i look afteR?

    Thanks.
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  • MightyUncleanMightyUnclean Member EpicPosts: 3,401
    Good luck with your brain.  This one will blow your ass out.  http://store.steampowered.com/app/203770/Crusader_Kings_II/
  • cameltosiscameltosis Member EpicPosts: 2,778
    I find a lot of the builder games - like Cities: Skylines or Planet Coaster - tend not to challenge your brain all that much. They are more about creativity, which I guess is it's own challenge but with no win/lose condition. 

    Planet Coaster is a fun one though, I picked it up relatively recently. The challenge is just in designing awesome coasters! When building from scratch you really have to work hard to make them good. I ended up doing tons of research into RL coasters, finding out about things like heartline rolls, optimum g-forces etc. It still takes me hours to build a coaster from scratch, but they at least score well now!
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