Gas Station Simulator lets you single-handedly renovate, decorate and run a gas station in the middle of nowhere, America. Work hard and proudly watch your business bloom… Or slack off with a number of wacky minigames.
Get rid of debris and broken furniture, fix up the walls, paint and decorate the place to your liking. Stock it and manage its daily business, dealing with all kinds of quirky customers. Hire staff if you need, and make sure they don’t lounge around when you’re not watching. You are the boss!
One of the game’s strongest features is emergent gameplay, stemming from high interactivity combined with a variety of random encounters.
– Renovate, run and expand a gas station in the desert.
– Build new services like a workshop, shop, warehouse or car wash.
– Try to handle everything on your own or hire employees to help out.
– Interesting events on top of the normal gameplay.
– Lots of customisation and decoration options.
– Lots of different customers with varying needs and expectations.
– Lots of management options for you to dive into.
Gas Station Simulator is available from September 15th on Steam for $19.99 with a 10% launch discount. The prologue, Gas Station Simulator: Early Days, is free on Steam.
About DRAGO entertainment
DRAGO entertainment was founded in 1998 in Cracow, Poland. During the very first years of operation, it focused on developing innovative projects as an external contractor, mostly for international video game publishers. Over time the company strengthened the team’s expertise, built a professional crew, and started working on its own titles. In 2018 it adopted a new strategy and fully focused on developing independent productions. Their first game – Treasure Hunter Simulator launched in December of 2018 and was published by Movie Games, a company listed on The Warsaw Stock Exchange (NewConnect).
About Movie Games
Movie Games is a Polish game developer and publisher, listed on Warsaw Stock Exchange’s alternative investment market – NewConnect. The company has been funded by game enthusiasts with experience in the financial, gaming, and media sectors. Movie Games’ portfolio includes horror games (“The Beast Inside”, “Lust for Darkness”, “Lust from Beyond”) and simulators, which show all the different aspects of various occupations (“Drug Dealer Simulator”, “Plane Mechanic Simulator”, “MythBusters” and “Alaskan Truck Simulator” produced in association with Discovery, Inc.). The company operates in Warsaw and a few offices across Poland.
Jonas “O.J” Ek
The Gaming Ground
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