Alcohol Factory Simulator

Alcohol Factory Simulator

Alcohol Factory Simulator is a game that you will not see often on Google Play. Needless to say this game is not for children but grown-ups should have fun with it.

The main goal here is to make, distill and sell alcohol from fruits. The game will put you in the shoes of an owner of a distillery so it is up to you to run this factory. You will start with some money and with it you must buy fruits that you will then turn into juice and then into alcohol. To do that you must go through a few steps.

Unfortunately this is where things get ugly. The game comes with a tutorial but it is very slow – you have to wait for the tutorial menus to show up and quite often you simply do not know what to do, then the whole gameplay is confusing – you just sit there and try to figure out what the next step is. Every process in the game, like making some juice, is also very slow and this is annoying. Basically everything in the game is either confusing or slow or both and this greatly degrades the game experience. This is sad news for a game that looked promising and that comes with really, really nice 2D visuals. In a few words the entire gameplay is ruined by these problems and this destroys the whole game.

Unfortunately a promising game such as Alcohol Factory Simulator turned out to be a flop. Apart from the visuals Alcohol Factory Simulator does not stand out with anything else. In a few words – avoid this app – you will simply waste your time. What a loss!

Alcohol Factory Simulator is here on Google Play.

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