12 Awesome Management Games for Armchair Tycoons

Before kids and other duties, when I frequently gamed into the wee hours, playing management sims was among my preferred things to do. I invested numerous days integrating in Sim Tower, SimCity, and Theme Park I ran a studio in The Movies, handled a menagerie in Zoo Tycoon, and built the pyramids in Pharaoh My atrocious burrows in Dungeon Keeper 2 and Evil Genius were beyond compare. I constructed impregnable castles in Stronghold, and I sank days into Game Dev Story— a video game about making video games.

These video games are the ideal foil to multiplayer insanity, providing a table of soaking up escapism for one. As the kids have actually grown, I’ve discovered myself with a bit more time to scratch that management and structure itch, and these are the video games that have actually drawn me back in.

A note for prospective gamers: While there are typically console variations, you tend to improve controls and higher depth if you use PC.

Updated December 2021: Added Satisfactory, Jurassic World Evolution 2, and Timberborn. Upgraded rates throughout.

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