Plant Tycoon

From the creators of Fish Tycoon and the epic Virtual Villagers series comes Plant Tycoon, a great new plant simulation where you grow plants, harvest seeds, and sell adult plants in the Nursery to make money. Monitor your plants health, age and maturity and be careful of dehydration and infestations. Set the price for your creations and sell them to fund your Magic Plant Research and to buy better supplies to use in your Nursery. Discover the Magic Plants and GET RICH!

Really annoying! As you cultivate and sell plants you gain money to buy more rare seeds, better soil etc. If the growth time was shorter, helpful plant items cheaper, and a larger area for plants, this game would be awesome. Multiclick and drag, selling plants but being able to tend to your growing plants at the same time, and maybe some other tweaks. Why have it running? You can't. On the other hand, it's not a very good choice for this kind of trial model with streaming ads. The games mechanics are good as well. I either play another game while on fast mode, set it to slow before I go to sleep, pause time when I go to work or will be away from it for several days. You also have to watch for bugs that will make your plant sick, and if you don't keep them watered, they will die. Though I do own this on disk somewhere, I bought it again so that I'd also have it in my list. Some advice that I would like to give to anyone who plays this game is that it would be a good idea to keep a little or average-sized notebook handy for writing down the name of plant seeds and the combinations used to make new plants but this is only if you feel you have the time. With so many possible species, this game is sure to keep you engaged for a VERY long time. So come on Gamehouse, take serious note and put in some updates for us virtual gardeners to be able to enjoy this game far more than we do at present.

Even on fast mode, it's taking 42 minutes for the plants to bud. This game should be reviewed as soon as possible and amended to get some of the costs of supplies and playing times reduced quite considerably to make it worthwhile even playing the game, and that is just for starters. The cost of the fertilizers, plant growth, and other helpful items are terribly expensive. Great graphics and novel concept but not for the impatient. With no money in the budget, I left the game. It's the sort of game you enjoy slowly and let it work for you while you're away. Thank goodness you can set the time so that if you turn it off for 20 hours you don't come back to find everything dead. Also, the supplies are way overpriced, the bugs pop up way too slowly, and there should be a way to work up to more than 15 pots at a time. Seed storage is minimal and once again, the cost of an additional tray is far too much. You do have the opportunity to collect a variety of bugs that you keep in jars. You also have to watch for bugs that will make your plant sick, and if you don't keep them watered, they will die. If I am incorrect about this it certainly appeared that way as I tested sales for an entire afternoon, both with the screen up and with it tabbed down. I love the relaxed nature of the game, the choice between real-time and a faster pace for plant growth. This game is not for the impatient. You can't.

Then they have to mature. I only knocked a point off fun factor because sometimes I'm impatient for the plants to grow. This game should be reviewed as soon as possible and amended to get some of the costs of supplies and playing times reduced quite considerably to make it worthwhile even playing the game, and that is just for starters. You have to watch them, feed them, kill pests, fertilize, etc, and do it as the plants grow. I read some of the reviews and I agree with one particular reviewer when he was mentioning the drawbacks that should be adjusted. It says in the tutorial you can, but these things don't appear to actually be an option. That seems more like the game is controlling you than you controlling it. I read the review where the woman's husband almost had to stage an intervention, she was so obssessed with playing this game. The games mechanics are good as well. The breeding system is a bit complex too, you have to breed based on plant type AND flower type. I like the real-time idea of the game. I am actually addicted as I play almost every day for 2 months now. Nothing unapproving or inapproperate.


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Really annoying! And not nearly enough room to save seeds, as if seeds too up any real space I exhausted my budget Pllant while trying to maintain the few plants I started with and the supplies are pricey. This game should be reviewed as soon as possible Plant Tycoon amended to Tgcoon some of the costs of supplies and playing times reduced quite considerably to make it worthwhile even playing the game, and Plnat is Plant Tycoon for starters. Each time you click off the nursery screen, whether it be to check The Mysterious City: Vegas plants or your email, the process either pauses or restarts. Though I do own this on disk somewhere, I bought it again BeTrapped! that I'd also have it in my list. It is a pity it is one of a kind - its predecessor is not in the same class Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by LikaLaruku from First game I bought from BFG back in the Tgcoon. Also, the supplies are way overpriced, the bugs pop up way too slowly, and there should be a way Plqnt work up to more than 15 pots at a time. Lots of things take way too long to do Tycono you are forced to sit and wait. I really hope they upgrade this potentially fun game! You can't sell your plants unless you sit and do nothing while you watch the screen and wait for the apparent random sales, plant by excruciating plant. That seems more like the game is controlling you than you controlling it. You can cross-pollinate seeds to come up with other varieties that you can sell for more at the nursery, but unless you keep a handwritten record of which seeds mix with other seeds, it's a guessing game. The time passes way too slow.

I downloaded this game as a free trial and have already deleted it. The biggest disappointment is not having a plant gallery for the plants you have discovered as well as the plant parents you used to get the plant so it is very annoying and time consuming to keep a table of the plants discovered and what parents were bred to get them. I would love to see how truly beautiful this game could be in an updated version. I think the clock continues when shut down if I remember correctly, so stop it when away It's fun to see what plants you can create! My only complaint is the price of the supplies needed to take care of the plants and the prices of the rare and endangered seeds. My fav thing though is you can change the speed of in game time or just turn it off for a full pause. The games mechanics are good as well. I love the relaxed nature of the game, the choice between real-time and a faster pace for plant growth. The nursery also needs to have a 'Sold Out' in the status bar so you know when all of the plants are sold without having to count the number of sold signs. I sell them in the morning, and plant new ones in the afternoon! Though I do own this on disk somewhere, I bought it again so that I'd also have it in my list. They could use a modern-ish update though.

The Totem Tribe is Pant time but you can leave the game at a point where nothing is happening to avoid this. It was a good idea to have a pause the game choice, but faster should be faster! I am actually addicted as I play almost every day for 2 months now. Really annoying! Since you cannot run it in the background and it is not automated, the only way I could see Plant Tycoon fitting into a person's schedule is if they rearranged a daily task like making Plant Tycoon around checking the plants and letting them sell. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by betskand62 from I absolutely love this game!


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11 thoughts on “Plant Tycoon

  1. I am actually addicted as I play almost every day for 2 months now. The same seeds should be allowed to be stored in the same slot. It makes it impossible to catch up and raise more exotic species when the money coming in is not enough to buy the fertiliser so, so expensive it needs. Even on fast mode, it's taking 42 minutes for the plants to bud.

  2. There is definitely not enough seed storage. I am actually addicted as I play almost every day for 2 months now. I read some of the reviews and I agree with one particular reviewer when he was mentioning the drawbacks that should be adjusted. So, if you get busy elsewhere in the house and forget them for a while, you're screwed. I love how well-executed the cross-breeding aspect is.

  3. All are much too high and it takes a long time to build up enough money to get the supplies and new seeds. It can get a bit confusing if you rely on memory alone. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by betskand62 from I absolutely love this game! There also needs to be a seed gallery and also a seed storage where you can store more seeds. My fav thing though is you can change the speed of in game time or just turn it off for a full pause.

  4. In the normal window you're just watering and planting. Pretty funny actually You can upgrade all you tools, buy decorations for the selling area to attract more customers and catch bugs for a collection. The supply market has way too high of prices to make it even slightly possible to get ahead. Fantastic gameplay which can lead to extensive record keeping of crosses and gene linkages simplified. I love how well-executed the cross-breeding aspect is.

  5. I love simulation with a bit of a role playing feel i. Then they have to be pollinated, if you want seeds. You can leave the keyboard to do other things and when you come back the plants will have grown, produced seeds and so on. Pretty funny actually You can upgrade all you tools, buy decorations for the selling area to attract more customers and catch bugs for a collection. Then after all that counting down, you have that extra "ready in 0 minutes" minute for each plant.

  6. The supply market has way too high of prices to make it even slightly possible to get ahead. I'll be your first customer. I'm missing only two, and I've never seen them come across the screen yet while I'm playing. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jeanettewinterso from Haunting

  7. Either way a great game! I would like to see an advanced version with many upgrade options such as many more seed box options to obtain, more nursery upgrades, and the ability to sell and grow plants simultaneously, more levels of play with more plants to obtain. I think the clock continues when shut down if I remember correctly, so stop it when away It's fun to see what plants you can create! This game is very addictive and a joy to play! Also, the supplies are way overpriced, the bugs pop up way too slowly, and there should be a way to work up to more than 15 pots at a time.

  8. I love the relaxed nature of the game, the choice between real-time and a faster pace for plant growth. Lots of things take way too long to do and you are forced to sit and wait. If the growth time was shorter, helpful plant items cheaper, and a larger area for plants, this game would be awesome. Often I will plant, then close the game and come back to it later while they grow. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jeanettewinterso from Haunting

  9. The object in this game is not to become a millionaire but to develop some original rare plants through crossbreeding and genetic mutation. I love the relaxed nature of the game, the choice between real-time and a faster pace for plant growth. Other than this it is a good learning game.

  10. Hopefully a deluxe version is in the works and will include these features. On the other hand, it's not a very good choice for this kind of trial model with streaming ads. I think the clock continues when shut down if I remember correctly, so stop it when away It's fun to see what plants you can create! I'm fine with the "real time growth" mechanic. I want to see this game updated, but kept in the same format.

  11. I would like to see an advanced version with many upgrade options such as many more seed box options to obtain, more nursery upgrades, and the ability to sell and grow plants simultaneously, more levels of play with more plants to obtain. If you are nerdy enough to compile a cross-breeding spreadsheet like me , you realize that there are actual "genetic" patterns in play! Fantastic gameplay which can lead to extensive record keeping of crosses and gene linkages simplified. I can relate. It takes far too long to get from start to finish with growing and harvesting then selling, I too play another game in another window while it's going on.

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