Board games are a pain as you’ve gotta get a group of friends together, keep everyone interested in finishing the game, then hope everyone will help with the clean up. Personally, we hate the clean up aspect of board games. Luckily, Business Tour gives you all the benefits of playing a Monopoly style board game without any of the headaches. The best part of all, the game is free!
Business Tour: Online Multiplayer Board Game is exactly as it sounds, an online board game that you can play with your friends; or others online. Gameplay is similar to that of Monopoly, with a twist. The concept of buying property, hitting go to earn money, and a jail idea are all there; but there’s more to it to make it stand out. Matches offer time limits to make completing the game possible without taking up too much time. The best part about Business Tour are the changes to how the game is played. While the concept of buying, and building, property are all there elements such as the World Series are game changers. The World Series tile allows the user to hold the World Series at any of their properties, raising the rent substantially. Contrary to what you may think, this doesn’t give the player the win as opponents can purchase any properties; even if they belong to you. While this may seem like an unfair tactic, they pay you so you can do the same to them if you land on their property.
As this is a free-to-play title, players can pay to increase their chances to win. Offering re-rolls, and even give you the option to get guaranteed numbered rolls by paying coins makes it extremely unfair if you play against those who love the pay-to-win concept. With this gaming having local multiplayer though, you can have fun playing with friends to avoid this problem altogether.
Business Tour is a fun board game that will easily pass the time, or give you a three friends something to play when you’re bored. Add in the fact that the game is free, and it’s an even better deal! Give it a try today as you can download it on Steam now.
- Fun and easy gameplay to play with even your non-gaming friends
- Soundtrack is pretty catchy
- Plays like a refined version of Monopoly
- It’s a free game, can’t get better than that
- Pay-2-win concept can take away the fun online
- Limited presentation
- Easily viewed as a Monopoly copycat
*Complementary copy of the game was provided by the developer for review purposes.