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Now available with Linux support in Early Access, Battle Royale Tycoon flips the hype train upside down and has you building the arena rather than fighting in it.

I must admit, I'm surprised. I was genuinely expecting this to see a wave of negative reviews. So far though, it seems players actually like it. I'm happy to see that, because it's actually quite an interesting idea for a building/tycoon style game. It's styled more like a theme park building game, with you setting up various battle arenas.

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Features:

  • Design and build your own arenas for your guests to fight.
  • Set up the Arena rules and Game Mode: Battle Royale, Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag.
  • Listen to your guests and improve the design of your arenas: Add guns, cover, fix spawn kills.
  • Build up the rest of your park with Shops, Bathrooms, Shooting Ranges, etc.
  • Repair your items and keep them in good condition so no one gets hurt.
  • Clean up the arenas before starting a new battle.

Find it on Steam with 10% off the purchase price until December 17th.

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3 comments

hardpenguin 11 Dec, 2018
This is some pretty creative market approach :D


Last edited by hardpenguin on 11 December 2018 at 1:15 pm UTC
Elvanex 11 Dec, 2018
Wow, this looks really neat actually! :) Thanks for sharing!
razing32 16 Dec, 2018
Guess there really is a Tycoon game for everything.
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