In a world with a debt to an all consuming creature at it’s centre, where capitalists must feed the creature money in order to stop it destroying the planet, as a factory owner you must make enough money, by the end of the week, to feed the creature. The public will see you as greedy but that is the price to pay for the brave capitalists, the secret heroes of the world.
Production Inc. is a 2D puzzle game where you can make a production line to manufacture objects in any shape you want. You will be running a factory whilst trying not to go bankrupt. At the end of the week you will have to pay the debt. You will make money by getting contracts and setting up a production line to manufacture objects that fulfil the contracts specifications. To do this you will buy the appropriate machines and materials, build the production line, program the machines and maintain them. The contracts have a quality threshold so you can cut corners to make a little extra profit.
take contracts to make shapes and objects
set up a production line to fulfil the contracts
build a wide variety of machines
program the machines how ever you want
repair your production line to keep it operating efficiently
use the dynamic item system to make any shape you want
fulfil your contracts to make some money
try to make as much money as you can
fail to pay you bills and go bankrupt
OS: Windows 7 or better
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: openGL 4.0
Storage: 250 MB available space
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