Roughly 500 lines of codes, and many hours of code later, Game Dev Simulator is complete.
The Game gives you an overview of how to play so an explanation is not needed. Have fun, and start the game company of your dreams!
my name is potato i made a company called potato inc and i made an EPIC game called potato adventure and the profit was -9000$
what's wrong them?a potato game should at least have a million dollar profit
My Dreams Were Dashed :(
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "main.py", line 541, in <module>
File "main.py", line 474, in turnChoices
File "main.py", line 213, in createGame
purchases = round(buyerAlgorithm(int(prodBudget),int(markBudget),int(timeSpent),console,int(price)))
File "main.py", line 54, in buyerAlgorithm
purchases = purchases/(price*50)
OverflowError: int too large to convert to float
WOW, This game is not at all realistic, but thats what made it really fun!
you could literately just say spend $1 on marketing, $1 on production and spend 1 month on development, then sell it for 100 million buks each, and 15 billion people will buy it! making you infinite cash!
i would like it if you could make a setting int he start of the game to go either realism, or fantasy, and if you could add a upgrade shop and a bit of a story line that would be great!
without being funny, if you were to make this a literal game you could buy off steam, i would buy it. thanks for the good python game @Viaticboss19
@stubaduble Thanks man, yeah the Algorithm certainly isn't perfect, but it was the best I could come up with without spending weeks on it. I'm not too educated on topics like Calculus so it was quite hard to make the equation but I think it's fine for what it is.
As for the other ideas, they're quite interesting, though I doubt I'll be updating this, if I ever do create another game, these are all things I will certainly think about adding.
Thanks man. :D
add databases it will be super cool to see other's game, company, money, etc.