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20th May '16 2:22:00 AM erforce
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->''Capitalism, ho!''\\
-- '''Recette Lemongrass''', ''VideoGame/RecettearAnItemShopsTale''

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->''Capitalism, ho!''\\
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->''"Capitalism, ho!"''
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'''Recette Lemongrass''', ''VideoGame/RecettearAnItemShopsTale''



* The MultiPlatform VideoGame based on the first ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' involved elements of this. It's actually considered a pioneer of this form of gameplay (even if the rest of the game was found lacking).

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* The MultiPlatform VideoGame based on the first ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Ghostbusters 1984}}'' involved elements of this. It's actually considered a pioneer of this form of gameplay (even if the rest of the game was found lacking).



** The hearse (the car used in the movie) has enough item space for a reasonable amount of traps and other equipment, and will see you through the game the first time. This was almost certainly intentional. It takes repeated playthroughs to earn enough capital to effectively use the more expensive options and still make back what you spent.

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** The hearse (the car used in [[Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}} the movie) movie]]) has enough item space for a reasonable amount of traps and other equipment, and will see you through the game the first time. This was almost certainly intentional. It takes repeated playthroughs to earn enough capital to effectively use the more expensive options and still make back what you spent.
3rd Apr '16 3:28:56 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* In the ''VideoGame/ForzaMotorsport'' series, you can earn plenty of credits solely by selling liveries (''2'' onwards) and car setups (''3''/''4'') you have created. There's also the {{Auction}} House.

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* In the ''VideoGame/ForzaMotorsport'' ''VideoGame/{{Forza}}'' series, you can earn plenty of credits solely by selling liveries (''2'' (''Motorsport 2'' onwards) and car setups (''3''/''4'') (''Motorsport 3''/''Motorsport 4'') you have created. There's also the {{Auction}} House.



** ''RailroadTycoon''
** ''TransportTycoon'', ''TransportTycoonDeluxe'' and ''[=OpenTTD=]''
** ''RollercoasterTycoon''

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** ''RailroadTycoon''
''VideoGame/RailroadTycoon''
** ''TransportTycoon'', ''TransportTycoonDeluxe'' ''VideoGame/TransportTycoon'', ''VideoGame/TransportTycoonDeluxe'' and ''[=OpenTTD=]''
** ''RollercoasterTycoon''''VideoGame/RollerCoasterTycoon''



** ''MallTycoon''
** ''PrisonTycoon''
** ''FastFoodTycoon''

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** ''MallTycoon''
''VideoGame/MallTycoon''
** ''PrisonTycoon''
''VideoGame/PrisonTycoon''
** ''FastFoodTycoon''''VideoGame/FastFoodTycoon''



** ''EnergyTycoon''

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** ''EnergyTycoon''''VideoGame/EnergyTycoon''



* ''CoconutQueen''

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* ''CoconutQueen''''VideoGame/CoconutQueen''
25th Mar '16 11:31:23 AM GrammarNavi
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* ''VictoriaAnEmpireUnderTheSun'' and its sequel are essentially pretty front-ends for a simulation of the global economy.

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* ''VictoriaAnEmpireUnderTheSun'' ''VideoGame/VictoriaAnEmpireUnderTheSun'' and its sequel are essentially pretty front-ends for a simulation of the global economy.
3rd Mar '16 10:35:11 AM zaphod77
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** The hearse (the car used in the movie) has enough item space for a reasonable amount of traps and other equipment, and will see you through the game the first time. This was almost certainly intentional. It takes repeated playthroughs to earn enough capital to effectively use the more expensive options and till make back what you spent.

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** The hearse (the car used in the movie) has enough item space for a reasonable amount of traps and other equipment, and will see you through the game the first time. This was almost certainly intentional. It takes repeated playthroughs to earn enough capital to effectively use the more expensive options and till still make back what you spent.
3rd Mar '16 10:32:48 AM zaphod77
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** The hearse (the car used in the movie) has enough item space for a reasonable amount of traps and other equipment, and will see you through the game the first time. This was almost certainly intentional. It takes repeated playthroughs to earn enough capital to effectively use the more expensive options and till make back what you spent.
23rd Dec '15 11:21:41 PM proudeagle
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* In the browser-based nation sim ''{{VideoGame/PoliticsAndWar}}'' players can produce and trade resources to othe rplayers.

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* In the browser-based nation sim ''{{VideoGame/PoliticsAndWar}}'' players can produce and trade resources to othe rplayers.other players.
16th Nov '15 4:29:56 PM Prfnoff
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-- '''Recette Lemongrass''', ''{{Recettear}}: An Item Shop's Tale''

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-- '''Recette Lemongrass''', ''{{Recettear}}: An Item Shop's Tale''
''VideoGame/RecettearAnItemShopsTale''



* ''{{Recettear}}'' focuses on the main character being forced to run an RPG Item shop to pay off her father's debts while getting heroes to go through dungeons to find loot to sell.

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* ''{{Recettear}}'' ''VideoGame/RecettearAnItemShopsTale'' focuses on the main character being forced to run an RPG Item shop to pay off her father's debts while getting heroes to go through dungeons to find loot to sell.
28th Oct '15 5:17:08 PM zarpaulus
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** ''VideoGame/RebelGalaxy''
25th Oct '15 1:24:50 AM Hanz
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* ''Franchise/AssassinsCreed'' generally has this as a source of income through building/renovating businesses.

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* ''Franchise/AssassinsCreed'' generally has this as a source of income through building/renovating businesses.businesses and will eventually [[MoneyForNothing break the economy in half]].



** This turns out to be the optimal method of making money, outpacing everything else (like completing quests, finding treasure chests, or pickpocketing) to a ludicrous degree. But since the only expensive things in the game are the improvements to Monterggioni and armor (which isn't available to purchase until some [[EventFlag Event Flags]] are tripped), less than a third of the way through the game it becomes apparent that [[MoneyForNothing money is useless]].
** Restoring the town also has the nice effect of the turning the local weather from dark and dreary overcast to bright and hopeful sunshine.

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** This turns out to be the optimal method of making money, outpacing everything else (like completing quests, finding treasure chests, or pickpocketing) to a ludicrous degree. But since the only expensive things in the game are the improvements to Monterggioni and armor (which isn't available to purchase until some [[EventFlag Event Flags]] are tripped), less than a third of the way through the game it becomes apparent that [[MoneyForNothing money is useless]].
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*** Restoring the town also has the nice effect of the turning the local weather from dark and dreary overcast to bright and hopeful sunshine.
25th Oct '15 1:23:22 AM Hanz
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* ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedII'' has this with the management of Monteriggioni; it's completely optional, but since it returns your investment several times over there's no good reason not to do it.

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* ''Franchise/AssassinsCreed'' generally has this as a source of income through building/renovating businesses.
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''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedII'' has this with the management of Monteriggioni; it's completely optional, but since it returns your investment several times over there's no good reason not to do it.
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