Simulated Business Booming at Tycoon Online - Browser-Based Sim Ready for a New 70-day Round

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Browser-based business simulator, Tycoon Online is continuing its recession-defiant growth with a brand new game round, launching 4:10pm on March 4th –

Tycoon Online - a leading free-to-play business-themed simulation game

The return of old players and an influx of new gamers has business once again booming in the fat-cat world of Tycoon Online – which is exactly what the publishers hoped to achieve.

Independent online gaming publishers, Omerta Game Ltd are expecting the new 70-day round of Tycoon Online to be the most competitive since they took charge of the game last November. The return of old players and an influx of new gamers has business once again booming in the fat-cat world of Tycoon Online – which is exactly what the publishers hoped to achieve.

Omerta Game Ltd crew manager, Bianca Evers says, “We've noticed more and more veteran players returning to Tycoon Online ever since we started running the game, and they're all delighted with our non-intrusive approach to steadily improving the Tycoon Online experience. We're not making major, unneeded alterations to the already successful formula - we're simply making sure this gem of a browser game is as stable and enjoyable as possible.”

Boasting a 9-year history on the browser-based circuit, Tycoon Online has become a recognisable name amongst online gamers. Based in virtual Sweden, the game allows players to start their own company in a city of their choice. From there, they build factories, produce goods, sell them on the market or in shops, and transport goods that are bought by other players. There is also a stock market where they can buy shares of other players’ companies, and a bank to take out loans and make investments.

Since taking charge of the game and moving it to new servers. Omerta Game Ltd's developers have been meticulously improving the back-end code to allow for a smoother gameplay experience while ensuring the front-end remains true to what originally made Tycoon Online a popular choice for gamers.

“It's fantastic to see one of my all time favourite games growing again!”, says Omerta CEO, Steve Biddick, “Tycoon Online is a product of passion for me and the rest of the guys here at Omerta. This new 70-day round is going to be the most competitive we've seen since we became owners of the game last year. I look forward to putting everyone's business acumen to the test – watch out though, I'm a real shark on the stock market”

Tycoon Online has built a reputation on the browser-based circuit for its ability to mix easily accessible gameplay and a casual style, with a depth and complexity that keeps players coming back again and again. The game is entirely free-to-play with no restrictions placed on non-playing players, and with no intrusive advertisements or pop-ups to distract from the gameplay experience.

New players looking to make a mark in the business world of Tycoon Online can either head to the official website and create their own company – - or play the game directly in Facebook -

Tycoon Online is a family-friendly, competitive, be-your-own entrepreneur-based MMO. It is free-to-play, browser-based and does not require any downloads or installs. Players compete by building successful businesses and attempt to out-do each other by achieving the highest company value.

Each round has thousands of players and lasts for 70 days.

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Omerta Game Limited
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