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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 871d ago | review

TouchGen: Art Mogul review

TouchGen: Every once in a while a game comes along that invents a completely new gaming experience. Or at least for me, but seeing that I have played thousands of games ever since the Vic20 to the Wii U that is still quite a remarkable feat. Initially I thought Art Mogul would be yet another hidden object game with murky graphics, and a romantic setting. There are hidden object aspects to the game, but they serve more as a diversion to the core game. To me Art Mogul is a business simulation, a progressive economic journey and a complex combination of casual gaming and structured decisions. (Art Mogul, iPhone) 4/5

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