Rec Center Tycoon continues and we finally build ourselves a swimming pool, which is the penultimate part of our Rec Center to be constructed. Our ambitious plans have to be toned down a little when we realise the costs of the pool, and then there’s the minor issue of pool ladders, but once they’re done it’s all quite popular!
It does take quite a long time to build the structure for the pool and the changing rooms so we hire in extra building assistance and of course when the pool is complete we bring in some experienced lifeguards to make sure we don’t drown any of our lovely paying guests.
There’s also excitement as we finally see an event in the event room!
NOTE: This is the Early Access version of the game.
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What is Rec Center Tycoon?
Rec Center Tycoon draws inspiration from the simulation-management classics like Theme Hospital as well as modern classics like Prison Architect to give you a deep, challenging business management game where you build and run a recreation center from the ground up.
Micromanage employees, finances, fitness classes, customer needs and much more!
Sandbox gamemode with Career mode coming soon.
Micromanage employees to get the best performance out of them while keeping them happy.
Challenging gameplay; unlike many other management games, failure is a possibility in Rec Center Tycoon, you must keep your customers happy or they may leave negative reviews which can hurt future business leading poor profits.
Large selection of buy-able exercise equipment to keep customers satisfied.
Many different types of employees, from your simple receptionist to a boxing trainer.
Every employee has different motivations, skill levels & traits. Some employees may prefer short 5 hour shifts, others are happy to work 12 hour shifts. An unfit, yet charismatic employee won’t make a good lifeguard, but they might make a great receptionist.
It’s up to you to choose the right employee for the job!
Hire trainers & create your own fitness classes.
Host customer parties in your Event Rooms for an added source of income.
Running low on money? Take out a loan from the bank! Beware of the interest rates though.
Complex financial system. Do you charge a flat rate for entry? Or make entry free but dramatically increase the cost of amenities like café food and arcade machines? Do you lock facilities like swimming behind a membership? What will your daily membership costs be?
Graphics designed by Penge in The Geek Cupboard.
Music to Delight Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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