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Submitted by threepwood007 360d ago | review

Road Works Review – I Have No Lower Score to Give (Twinfinite)

Simulation games and their ilk are enjoyable to gamers for many reasons. They give players a high level of control over a world, can fall inclusively between a range of open sandbox to goal-oriented, and create a high opportunity for meaningful emergent narratives.

Road Works by TaxSoft is a sim game in which the player is tasked with building a network of roads and managing several structures in order to meet certain profit goals.

It could not be a worse game unless it also dropped 100s of viruses onto your computer upon loading. (PC, Road Works) 1/5

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