The Palace Builder

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Test your eye for design in this new building simulation game set in 18th century France.

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$9.95 

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Description

In 18th century France, you are a young, unknown architect looking for your big break and a chance to impress the Queen. In this building simulation game, set in the romantic upper class world of French aristocracy, you will design and manage the construction of the most beautiful structures in the kingdom. Will your work attract the attention of the Queen, or will a secret destroy your chances for fame and fortune?
  • 35 different palaces to design and construct
  • 5 different types of building materials to create your structures
  • 4 different laborer types, including drafters, builders, sculptors, and gardeners
  • 44 decorative options to complement your palace, from gazebos & stables to fountains & art galleries
  • Random events like rain, cash bonuses and burglars, add to the challenge
  • 35 levels and approximately 8 hours of gameplay

Requirements

Mac Requirements Minimum Supported Will It Run?
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CPU TypeUniversal
CPU CoresAny
CPU Speed800 MHz
System RAM256 MB
Drive SpaceUnknown
Video RAMAny
Video CardAny

Reviews, Ratings & Comments

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  1. Fun for what it's worth.
    by Seth Foreman, USA - Apr 23rd 2010

    Your the lead landscaping and building planner in this game, you decide where you what to put each structure and then place your little workers where they need to go in order to plant the gardens, build the structures and sculpt the statues before time runs out. Your funds are also limited and each building, garden or structure you create costs money and only brings in a certain amount of income each month, so you have to plan accordingly in order to satisfy your clients.

    Overall, it's a fun, fairly simple game and what you'd expect for $9.99. I zipped through it in a couple of evenings and enjoyed the Shakespearean side plot of the girl who must pretend to be a boy in order to follow her professional dreams amid the snooty royalty, jealous rivalry and rigid expectations of the 18th century.

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