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Reviews

Angel Monzon
MBA Angel Monzon
Technology consultant / Business & Accountant teacher at UCI
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"At the end of the course, the generalities of business administrative concepts were covered and with a greater degree of understanding thanks to the use of simcompanies.com"
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Be a tycoon

Build your own company from the ground up. Find and exploit gaps in the market and compete against other players.

Free to play

Simcompanies is free to play for everyone! Gain valuable business skills for free :)

Economy simulation

An advanced, proprietary, Simulation Model is used to deliver the best gaming experience. Form cartels, influence prices! There is no limits to what you can do.

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to build your own company, to be a tycoon?

Measure your skills against other players in a virtual economy? Do you want to own a production, retail or research company which pays out the best? It all depends on the current conditions in the virtual economy and how skillful you are in spotting business opportunities. Sim Companies is an extremely versatile browser game that allows you to experiment with various resources and test your skills against other players in the game. Sim Companies is a business simulation strategy game aimed at giving you the fun and experience of managing a company using real world economic principles. The goal of the game is to create a profitable and competitive business. Each player receives a starting capital and few assets. Players' day-2-day tasks consist of managing the resource supply chain, from production to selling in retail, procuring business partners, ensuring financing, etc. For players to do really well, they would have to be able to read market conditions and take some trading shortcuts here and there, maybe buy their input resources on market cheaper than if they produced them or sell them on the market with higher profit than in the retail. When should players invest into research? We thought about what makes company management fun and what makes it tedious. Sim companies' philosophy is to let you take the interesting decisions while building your own business without having to fill in tons of extra settings. We do not want to simulate the real world with all its laws and accounting quacks, but rather give players the freedom to make decisions that actually impact their standing.

Gain business skills

People playing Sim Companies are gaining knowledge and improving their skills in teamwork, business operations, leadership, and business development. Learning by active involvement is an established method that guarantees long term skill retention. The game rewards players with achievement badges. Companies are rewarded for employing people, building infrastructure, making profits off the market and other activities. This gratification ensures positive feedback when the right decisions are taken and provides good and viable short term goals when starting your business from scratch. This is similar to government incentives for small businesses that you would expect in the real world. Sim Companies gets its edge from an advanced economic model that simulates retail industry response to the supply and pricing that virtual companies provide. The players have control over quantity and price when offering goods in their stores. Retail parameters of all players are combined to simulate how fast the goods sold. Players can withdraw from selling for a period of time to temporally increase the demand which would allow them to sell at higher rates later. There's no linear path to success, the decisions are good and bad based on current market and retail conditions. There's no sure strategy of winning and even if you found the right strategy, there are always ways to improve it. More importantly if other players found your strategy; it will become less and less profitable especially if everyone starts doing it.

Free market simulation

One of the very cool things you get to experience is the live, ever-changing, free market. Guess if the price of certain resource will go up or down? Would you like to bet while you manage risks at the same time? Maybe you can trigger a certain price change yourself. Understanding the market dynamics is a very useful skill for someone to have. Players can, and the game too influences them to exchange resources among themselves. Players can also specialize in certain parts of the resource chain which yields the most profit. It is also challenging for the user to find the right business partners and negotiate prices. The (supplier-consumer) relationship is further supported by the Sim Companies concept of contracts where companies interested in or with long term relationship can exchange resources directly, saving on market fees.

Sim Companies is a browser game with an amazing platform for strategic multiplayer games. Sim Companies is optimized to run smoothly on handheld devices, like phones or tablets. We actually designed the interface for phone platfroms first. This gets us an amazing user experience on small devices as well as desktops. Sim Companies runs on all iOS and Android devices through a browser.

Are you a teacher?

Checkout how Sim Companies can be used in educational setting here.