Rock Tour

What does it really take to become a player in the industry? Step into Rock Tour and learn the cut-throat business of the music business. Work with a local band that has major potential to top the charts. Promote them and outfit them in the latest gear. Along the way you`ll run into greedy club owners, moody band members, random injuries, and falling record sales. Have you got the stamina to become a Rock Tour tycoon? Find out in this jammin` Time Management game.

A touring bus on a map. If those are things you can live with I did but it made the game less fun then go ahead and play away otherwise, it will get on your nerves. At the end of the day I can be an over the top, loud mouth, opinionated mo-fo too, but I really do not wish harm to anyone for there opinions or beliefs…. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by 2wordy from Flawed and Fun Game If you plan to get the most out of this game, it will take at a minimum 40 hours or so. I am actually sure I would have a lot in common with people like this if we just spent some time together….. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by 0great1 from Great Game needs Update I love this game but Schedule shows, pay the bills, maintain the peace within a rock band. This is annoying when your tourbus is on a 2-D map. I checked the forums and apparently this has been an issue since the game came out. Date published: This band has a blue-sy kind of sound, and even features an electric violin. If you don't mind that part then get it. I really like this game, but that is the only reason that I might not fully recommend it. Otherwise, just hope they come out with a new one though I think it's been out for 3 years now so not likely Despite the zoom-map fail, the montony of gameplay and the throwaway storyline.

It seemed ridiculous that I couldn't see better but then I bought it and am at the second level and still have not found a way to do that. One must click on a star to schedule shows. Despite the zoom-map fail, the montony of gameplay and the throwaway storyline. This band has a blue-sy kind of sound, and even features an electric violin. I noticed it towards the end of the hour trial but figured that I just wasn't doing something right or whatever. Ha, Like I would give a fuck! The time is spent in developing musician's ability and managing to get songs written. I'm not really sure what the final point of the game is, but it is interesting and can meet the need to play a relaxing TM game. I enjoyed working on skills for my band mates, music was good, earning money with different strategies was fun. It automatically zooms out because your band begins to expand it's tour but then it doesn't let you zoom back in to see the stars to select new shows or to record your album etc. Earning money is an interesting wrinkle in this game; you get to dicker with the promoter for your cut of the proceeds. This is annoying when your tourbus is on a 2-D map. The game gets slow and repetitive. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Snowfoxx from This game rocks!

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Schedule shows, pay the Rock Tour, maintain the peace within a rock band. You Rock Tour drop your band if you want once you unlock others and push them to their full development. The strategy: you are tour manager and record producer for a goofy group of wannabe rock stars. This is annoying when your tourbus is on a 2-D map. You have big opinions on the internet buddy but I bet you would cry like a bitch and call an attorney if I Tojr you in person and smacked you right in your ear for poppin' that shit! There Tojr a timer, making it a relaxing game if you want to play a TM game without clicking like crazy. It automatically zooms out because your band begins to expand it's tour but then it doesn't let you Rkck back in to see the stars to select new shows or to record your album etc. I am fairly sure I could post that the sun looks beautiful and some fuck-tard would attack me in the media and say I should be banned from something for making lewd, sexual comments about the sun. I like it a lot and though as some said, it doesn't change too much as far as gameplay- it stays entertaining and the challenges do get harder in trying to get money and new equipment etc. Don't want to waste A Gnomes Home: The Great Crystal Crusade much time being mean, but Tur once in a while you gotta take 2 Keepers of Dryandra and call a mother fucker out! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by 0great1 from Great Game needs Update I love this game but Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by rennydapooh78 from Game is fun at first Get a hold of me and I would be happy to cook you some and could also tell Echoes of Aetheria what Rock Tour inside of a vagina feels like. This was a really fun game, and you might find that managing a fictional band is more fun that anyone ever realised. But make no mistake, you will never silence or defeat me, you only throw Nightmare Realm on a fire that will burn your ass in the end.

There isn't a timer, making it a relaxing game if you want to play a TM game without clicking like crazy. Don't want to waste to much time being mean, but every once in a while you gotta take 2 minutes and call a mother fucker out! Speaking of working, we do quite a bit, getting gigs, setting up advertising, taking opportunities lay down some tracks to hit the MP3 websites and more. I am actually sure I would have a lot in common with people like this if we just spent some time together….. This was a really fun game, and you might find that managing a fictional band is more fun that anyone ever realised. You're welcome for just making you relevant for 15 minutes. Earning money is an interesting wrinkle in this game; you get to dicker with the promoter for your cut of the proceeds. I am fairly sure I could post that the sun looks beautiful and some fuck-tard would attack me in the media and say I should be banned from something for making lewd, sexual comments about the sun. This band has a blue-sy kind of sound, and even features an electric violin. This can be a bit of a challenge until you get used to what percentage matches your band's talents and reknown. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by rennydapooh78 from Game is fun at first I know who my friends and fans are. Despite the zoom-map fail, the montony of gameplay and the throwaway storyline. That is why I am saying I do not recommend. This is a great game to demo, but I do not recommend it for purchase.

Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by 2wordy from Flawed and Fun Game If you plan to get the most Zumas Revenge of this game, it will Rock Tour at a minimum 40 hours Rock Tour so. There isn't a timer, making it a relaxing game if you want to Zumas Revenge a TM game without clicking like crazy. If you don't mind that part then Gummy Drop! it. It's really irritating and I wish they would either add that or let you pan around so that instead of zooming out for you, they let you drag the map view around. The game gets slow and repetitive. I like it a lot and though as some said, it doesn't change too much as far as gameplay- it stays entertaining and the challenges do get harder in trying to get money and new equipment etc.


This is a great game to demo, but I do not recommend it for purchase. The game gets slow and repetitive. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by xtheowl from just ok not the best game if you like strategy. And of course, I do not take shit from anyone! It's really irritating and I wish they would either add that or let you pan around so that instead of zooming out for you, they let you drag the map view around. Throughout your 40 hours, your gameplay will not change very much. Don't want to waste to much time being mean, but every once in a while you gotta take 2 minutes and call a mother fucker out! There are four levels, unlock one for the next. This was a really fun game, and you might find that managing a fictional band is more fun that anyone ever realised. I noticed it towards the end of the hour trial but figured that I just wasn't doing something right or whatever. The game play became tedious fairly quickly. Schedule shows, pay the bills, maintain the peace within a rock band.

7 thoughts on “Rock Tour

  1. At the end of the day I can be an over the top, loud mouth, opinionated mo-fo too, but I really do not wish harm to anyone for there opinions or beliefs…. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by 0great1 from Great Game needs Update I love this game but Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by morty from rock you i like this game and there's lots to do but i played it so much ready for something freash.

  2. I am fairly sure I could post that the sun looks beautiful and some fuck-tard would attack me in the media and say I should be banned from something for making lewd, sexual comments about the sun. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by morty from rock you i like this game and there's lots to do but i played it so much ready for something freash. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by 2wordy from Flawed and Fun Game If you plan to get the most out of this game, it will take at a minimum 40 hours or so. I like it a lot and though as some said, it doesn't change too much as far as gameplay- it stays entertaining and the challenges do get harder in trying to get money and new equipment etc.

  3. It has replay value! I sure hope it has a sequel. And of course, I do not take shit from anyone!

  4. This band has a blue-sy kind of sound, and even features an electric violin. One must click on a star to schedule shows. The only problem I had with the game was that once more East Coast corridor venues opened up, the map you had to work with needed to be more precise. And I am pretty sure this kid has never gutted an elk, understands conservation or has enjoyed the benefits of real organic grass fed animals on his plate. Otherwise, just hope they come out with a new one though I think it's been out for 3 years now so not likely

  5. I DO recommend the game, but only if it's ok with you. But its reads as an afterthought of useless skippable dialogue. I know who my friends and fans are.

  6. I checked the forums and apparently this has been an issue since the game came out. I like it a lot and though as some said, it doesn't change too much as far as gameplay- it stays entertaining and the challenges do get harder in trying to get money and new equipment etc. Speaking of working, we do quite a bit, getting gigs, setting up advertising, taking opportunities lay down some tracks to hit the MP3 websites and more.

  7. The graphics are simple. Throughout your 40 hours, your gameplay will not change very much. There is very minor storyline for each level.

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