Black Gold has been struck as economic simulation Oil Enterprise releases today
Welcome to the multi-billion dollar world of black gold as leading German publisher astragon Entertainment are pleased to announce that Oil Enterprise, an economic simulation game, has released today on PC on with a recommended retail price of €19.99 and £14.99.
Oil Enterprise will take would be J.R. Ewing’s on a steep career curve from ambitious small-scale entrepreneur, test drilling on small oil fields with minimal resources, to a global oil magnate, developing a total of 90 oil fields in 15 extraction areas across the globe.
After a successful test drilling leading to the discovery of oil, players will need to construct pumps, refineries, warehouses and logistics buildings along with maintenance and security facilities. The various operating areas will also need to be carefully co-coordinated and upgraded to ensure production runs smoothly and at maximum efficiency.
Players will also need to deal with the economic side of their company, from the dynamic day-to-day business of the free market, to arranging long-term supply contracts that will guarantee the survival and growth of their virtual empire. Failure to do so, however, will lead to a loss of reputation and potentially lucrative contracts.
Featuring a Single Player Campaign containing 20 varied missions, the challenging Free Game Mode or the Multiplayer Mode for up to five players, Oil Enterprise is a game where players must consider their decisions wisely and act strategically in their quest to lead their business to the top of the ladder in the global oil market.