|Publisher name:||Rio Grande Games|
|No. of players:||3-5|
|Age:||12 years and up|
|English reviews:||Boardgame News, EMS, WestparkGamers|
|Translations:||Große Geschäfte (2004); BeWitched-Spiele; Andrea Meyer|
|Press info:||Middle of nowhere. Desert as far as the eye can see. No oases, no camels in sight. But what's this? A shopping paradise, the likes of which the world has never seen, is just about to open its doors: Mall World.|
But first, the goal is to build the chain store outlets within the mall in the most lucrative places. Children's clothing next to the ice cream shop? The gun shop next to the toy store? Who will pay you to carry out their interests?
The game: 3-5 players take on the roles of planners and builders. Under contract from the international chain stores and comglomerates, you'll be locating clothing, food, hobby and sporting goods stores for different target groups. The assignments arrive via fax, payment is monthly into the more of less secret Swiss account. Approvals and building is done as long as the cash holds out.
Big Business is only a reality for those who reveal their assignments at the right time, without giving away to the others which interests you serve.
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