DS #2728: Toy Shop Tycoon (Europe)

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Sep 30, 2008
  1. shaunj66
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    ^^ndsrelease-3743^^
     
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    Titles like this don't sell.
    "Toyz" would get more attention :3
     
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    But the letter Z is owned by Ubisoft, as well as the word Imagine and Diarrhea...
     
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    Then mix it up and you'll get "Imagine Diarrheaz"

    On topic: What is this game all about, anyway? Selling toys in your store?
     
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    ROFL... [​IMG]

    How's this game?
     
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    I was playing Toy Shop Tycoon but unfortunately all my stocks crashed and I went out of business. How am I going to exploit the poor now by enslaving them to my dollar?
     
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    Somehow I do not think there are very many "Toy Shop Tycoons" in the real world...

    I have this image of a huge fat Uncle Moneybags from Monopoly, holding giant fistfuls of cash and chortling about his dominance over the small-wooden-horsie-on-a-string market...
     

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