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Tycoon Management Sim Good Company Launches March 31st

Billed as a “corporate machinery simulator”, charming tycoon management sim Good Company launches on Steam Early Access at the end of the month.

Developer Chasing Carrots and publisher The Irregular Corporation have announced that the quirky management game Good Company will be getting an early access release on March 31st.

Build your very own robotics company from the groud up, slowly expanding from a tiny independent business to a sprawling conglomerate through satisfying and challenging gameplay. Grow your staff, delegate tasks, and stay on the cutting edge of tech with increasingly complex products that rake in enourmous profits.

If the tense and high-stakes life of a CEO doesn’t appeal to you, don’t worry, you can set your own pace in Good Company. The single player Campaign Mode gives players rewarding scenario levels and bonus challenge maps, but the Freeplay mode lets you steer your company in any direction you choose, just letting you be creative without the high stakes and challenges of the main campaign.

If you want to take a look at some gameplay, check out the new trailer below:

Good Company is now available to preorder on Steam, which will get buyers a 10% price discount, as well as three exclusive cosmetic items to help you reach the top of the corporate ladder in style! For more information you can watch the Pre-Order Trailer below, or head over to the game’s official website.

Good Company is launching for PC in early access through Steam on March 31st.

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