Smooth Operators is an advanced simulation where you take control of a call center company and lead it to financial success! Watch your company become alive and grow while your building reach the highest skyline. What type of CEO will you be?
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“Heydeck Games [...] captures the overall madness very well in their workplace simulator.”
87% – Indie Game Magazine

“It's digital crack!”

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Smooth Operators is an advanced simulation where you take control of a call center company and lead it to financial success! Hire employees and customize your buildings with several types of offices, facilities and accessories! Watch your company become alive and grow while your building reach the highest skyline.

This won’t be an easy task! Employees will get upset if you don’t consider their well-being. Send them some coaches to cheer them up or arrange their working hours and vacations with Human resources employees.

Everything is upgradable! Hire projects managers to unlock new technologies, and improve your offices and employees. If your account managers bring you new contracts, pressure your employees with managers to increase their productivity.

What type of CEO will you be?

- A highly addictive game with numerous hours of gameplay.
- Customize your company by placing offices and furnitures where you see fit
- Upgrade everything! Improve employees, offices, elevators…
- Killable birds =)


    • OS: WinXP
    • Processor: 1ghz
    • Minne: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 500mb
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: 1.5ghz
    • Minne: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 500mb
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
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( 23.2 timer registrert )
Publisert: 1. mai
Smooth Operators for sure isn't best management game I have ever played. Compared to many others, it looks really decent. Yet, I had some fun playing it. It's really hard to fail in this one, so the only thing you need to be prepared for is spend some time after building your first floor, and with every next one. This game looks nice, have some cool options BUT if this could be a little bit harder, a little bit advanced - it would for sure be more sucessful. At least it's cheap, so you don't feel like you have wasted money on simply game. Managing a call center sure is unique idea but in case of this game, it really feels like it could be done better. Too bad we don't have neutral option here because it would fit better for my review.
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( 20.0 timer registrert )
Publisert: 1. mai
The wrong mix of casual gaming and simulation. It is fun for a while but the absolute lack of basic features (like the ability to reorder lists by a different column than the first) makes the strategy and micromanagement part a real chore and even impossible. I got it at discount (although the game is already cheap) and it’s great value for money. Otherwise it’s a sub mediocre game.
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Publisert: 9. april
All you need is to be happy is Jill yes the one and only Jill thats all
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( 8.7 timer registrert )
Publisert: 6. april
Fun game not much to do but wait and buy but still worth the £1.99.
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( 7.9 timer registrert )
Publisert: 25. mars
I work as a call centre manager, I am now addicted to a game about my life. 10/10 would fire an agent for calling in sick again.
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L. Cpl. Schmuckatelli
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Publisert: 20. mars
If you want to grind, I suggest to a local nightclub or windmill instead.
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( 0.9 timer registrert )
Publisert: 14. mars
This game is awful. Taking the time to explain why would be putting in more effort than the devs put in to making the damn thing. Save yourself the $3 and pass this one up.
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( 31.8 timer registrert )
Publisert: 13. mars
It's good. I just wished I could edit more than one person at a time.
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Esteban Colberto
( 3.0 timer registrert )
Publisert: 12. mars
Pretty sure I got this game for a discount but still think after 3 hours I would preferred to have kept my money.


Good concept
Potential to be a great game


Doesn't seem finished
Lack of intuitive menu navigation
Lack of statistics
Lack of adequately optimised game mechanics
Lack of human interaction required
Lack of depth of options

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( 4.6 timer registrert )
Publisert: 7. mars
Nice game. But a little borring and need more gameplay improvement. Worth it.
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( 1.0 timer registrert )
Publisert: 4. mars
its not too bad accept i can't figure out where to place the janitor but other then that its perfect
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( 2.4 timer registrert )
Publisert: 29. februar
Ever wonder what it would be like to manage an engaging team of college graduates who cant find a better job than working at a call centre? Than Smooth Operators is for you.

The idea is simple enough, you lord over a handful of minions bent on handling incoming and outgoing calls for contracts, make money which is used to upgrade your sinister operation, and ensure customers are left feeling harrassed after getting called just before they sit down for sunday supper. The mechanics are linear and do not require much thought, placing this game firmly in the "Time burner" category as you sit and watch sprites run around the screen and moan about how poorly a job your janitors are doing at cleaning up after your other employees.

I had some fun for a discounted price and if anything Ive said interests you, you probably will have fun for awhile too.
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( 23.8 timer registrert )
Publisert: 18. februar
good way to waste meaingless hours to watch numbers go up fast 10/10

sidenote:wish theyd make the max floors higher
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( 36.4 timer registrert )
Publisert: 15. februar
I actually adore this game. There's something rather addictive about it. I keep coming back and starting new companies, despite having played the game to "completion" several times.

Worth the price, for sure!
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( 26.4 timer registrert )
Publisert: 3. februar
One of the best simulators I've played in a while. I love charts, graphs and micromanaging. I actually yell at my little employees. Only thing missing is the ability to flip your desk when you fire them. LOVE this game!
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( 1.8 timer registrert )
Publisert: 3. februar
How they managed to mess up something as simple as elevator logic and prioritisation, I do not know. But I eventually got fed up with watching empty elevators zipping past people waiting for them. And queues load from the BACK for some reason, so you've got whoever is at the head of the queue getting more and more stressed out while those who just got into the queue get into the next elevator. Lots of similiar minor details, but very annoying. I'm going back to SimTower.
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( 38.6 timer registrert )
Publisert: 1. februar
This game is awesome!
It might look simple at first, but the game has a lot of economic feats to consider. You will start over more than once as you slowly get an idea of the various consequences of your management descisions. Starting from "How do I 'design' my building?" to "What personnel do I hire when and can I ever have enough janitors?". "Why is the back office department so unhappy?" "Why do I have so many sick employees?" "Why are my customers flooding me with low paying back office work?" "Is the whole world against me?" ... these are only some questions that will come up.
Playing "Big Brother" has never been more entertaining! Check it out - it's worth it!
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( 22.6 timer registrert )
Publisert: 31. januar
meh, not Sim Tower, in fact the best parallel would be the flash game corporation inc 2
You probably shouldn't waste money on it, but I enjoy it mildly

*Thumbs Left*
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( 1.3 timer registrert )
Publisert: 25. januar
Really got my money's worth and definitely beyond that.
It's a very fun game, I dunno why but I became desperate of it, probably because pixel art and managing games are just my thing.
Or maybe because I'm currently at the 8th floor and wanting to go up to 40? Hmmm...
Anyway, definitely buy this.
I found out about it thanks to a Discount Coupon which allowed me to buy it at about 16 cents.
Very nice game, congrats devs and keep supporting it, it's my thing.
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23 av 26 personer (88%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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5.6 timer registrert
Publisert: 7. januar
At the moment I'm some 5.5 hours into the game. Turns out it's not really a "simulation" nor a "strategy" game (as implied by the Steam tags) but a "click-and-wait" game. Luckily I got it at a decent discount.

The premise is promising and could make for a very interesting game. Thus it's a real shame it's almost not a game at all. Your business runs on its own and you just have to keep adding new rooms and people when you have the money -- and usually you don't have the money, so most of your time is spent waiting for money to accumulate. There's also not much to stop the money from accumulating, except for the random message dialogs that randomly pop up and require you to click "OK". The game is literally unable to advance a single in-game day without you being present clicking something. Forget about SimCity and the like where you could leave the game to run for an hour and come back. This game runs a minute or two and after that it need you to click a button.

Building a new room into your call center costs $3000 or more. At least in the beginning (for the first couple of hours) you won't make more than a few hundred dollars a day, so you wait. And wait. And wait. Occasionally someone quits and you need to replace him or her, and that of course takes away from the small pile of money you had accumulated.

Upgrading rooms costs $5000 or more, so your money seems much more well spent just adding rooms than upgrading them. Or at least I think so. The game lacks proper statistics so it's difficult to get an overview of your situation. Sure, you can read the thoughts of all of your employees and you can see a list of your clients (up to a whopping number of two (2) within my first 5.5 hours, or two in-game months), and you can click on all of your rooms and get to know some stats about them. But there's no list of rooms, or heat maps of any kind. There is a list of employees, but it appears that you cannot sort it, and the filter system (for choosing which types of employees you want to see) is really clumsy, requiring multiple clicks on a different screen from the actual list! So while you can get the details of a detail, there's no real big picture available.

Talking about your employees, you can hire different kind of people: inbound (IB) agents to receive calls, outbound (OB) agents to make calls, managers, janitors, etc. The different professions are very stereotypical. They might've been true in the 1960s or funny in the 1990s, but seriously, it's 2016 now. When a manager's work description is "putting fear in the agents" and you see him running around and shouting at people, I don't even. Similarly, a "Coach" turned out to be a cheerleader girl waving pom-poms. Seriously??

You can also educate your employees (just a click of a button and ta-dah, they are instantly smarter!). The education levels are very sketchy too, like a manager learning a class "Management By Fear" or another person learning "Lying 101".

Yet another profession is the Project Manager. They unlock new things for you to do. However, you cannot decide what, so most of the time they unlock the possibility of building an even taller building (10 floors, 15 floors, ..., 50 floors, ...) when your building is still less than 5 floors tall and you'd much rather have, say, some better education levels or some new room types. (Not that it'd matter, you wouldn't have the money to buy those things anyway, until after waiting for quite some time.)

All in all this game seems to waste its potential really badly. It's not a game that you play intensively, but a game that you put into the background or on your second screen while facebooking or something, and just check out occasionally to click "OK" on that dialog. I believe I'll still give this game a chance for a couple of more hours to see if the money would start pouring in a little faster and if that would make it funnier, but I have my doubts.
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5 av 7 personer (71%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
5.7 timer registrert
Publisert: 27. november, 2015
Only a couple hours in but I've gotten my money's worth.

Colorful, challenging, lots of things to manage without being overwhelming. Nice rhythym with day and night cycles. Definitely reccomended for fans of management games.
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3 av 4 personer (75%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
8.3 timer registrert
Publisert: 16. desember, 2015
This game resembles a simplified version of SimTower or Yoot Tower. I liked those earlier games, and I have had a good time with this one so far. I think it might get old eventually, but it is soothing to play. I like to have it run on my 2nd monitor while I'm typing. It doesn't take a lot of thought, but there is some strategy in planning how you'll expand your call center. I've played 7 hours so far, and I think I'll get my money's worth. It is pretty simple, so if you're expecting a thoughtful business simulation (which I would play the heck out of!), you'll be disappointed. For some people, though, even this will seem like a spreadsheet as a game. For those of us who like those sorts of games, it's a fun addition.
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1 av 2 personer (50%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
1 person syntes at denne anmeldelsen var morsom
2.0 timer registrert
Publisert: 7. desember, 2015
Never though running a call center could be so entertaining!
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55 av 64 personer (86%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 11. juni, 2014
Let me make one thing clear from the get-go: Smooth Operators is super difficult. It's a call center simulator which has so many balls to juggle, that you'll no doubt need to restart a few times before you finally get the balance right. People answering the calls, computers exploding, walls cracking, contracts to fulfil... and while it's all a bit overwhelming and ridiculous at times, there's something about it that really makes me want to crack on and keep trying. Overcoming Smooth Operators is quite the achievement, and it's sort of refreshing to play a management game that wants to destroy you constantly, rather than hand you a victory on a platter.

You can watch my quick playthrough here:
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36 av 41 personer (88%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
7.4 timer registrert
Publisert: 12. juni, 2014
$2.99? I bought this game not expecting much from it. And now it's 2am in the morning. Low price for hours of fun, where a pizza costs more and lasts 5 minutes? I recommend this game for people that enjoy tower simulation games :) very well made.
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26 av 32 personer (81%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
5.4 timer registrert
Publisert: 15. juni, 2014
+ Casual fun
+ Plenty to unlock and play with
+ Addictive

+/- Controls don't always make sense, lots of misclicking/unintuitive clicking
+/- Time ocassionally moves too slowly (even on the fastest speed)
+/- Stuff can cost a lot of money

- Unlocking things takes too much time
- Too much micromanaging 10> virtual days into the game
- I couldn't find a way to generate any more money once you get less and less income (mainly because of people quiting because their PC is broken (among other things) and IT guys quiting because they can't keep up = endless loop)

[Rating: 75/100]
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32 av 44 personer (73%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
20 personer syntes at denne anmeldelsen var morsom
32.0 timer registrert
Publisert: 6. august, 2014
When I catch someone stealing from me--instead of firing them--I put them in an office on the top floor with three managers, to crush their spirit. 10/10
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20 av 24 personer (83%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
5 personer syntes at denne anmeldelsen var morsom
37.0 timer registrert
Publisert: 7. november, 2014
Cost of Game/Time Spent Playing easily makes this one of the best deals you will find on Steam. I've had a lot of fun experimenting with different layouts and mixes of employees. If you like tower builders or business simulators, it's a fun light hearted game that will keep you challenged the whole way through. How high can you build before the nearly unescapable death spiral brings you crashing back down? Easy to pause and save at pretty much any point in the game, which is great for someone like myself who usually plays turn based strategy games or slower city building games.

Computer techs kicking computers until they start working again is quite possibly the best example of IT work I've ever seen in a video game. Watching managers storm around freaking out for no reason will make any call center, retail, or food service worker feel right at home.

This is one of those ones you buy that make you angry you spent $60 on some AAA title you got bored of in 20 minutes.
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12 av 13 personer (92%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
4 personer syntes at denne anmeldelsen var morsom
13.7 timer registrert
Publisert: 28. april, 2015
Great simulation/management game. You take control of and construct a call center while managing employees, workloads, clients and HR issues. Features and upgrades unlock as you progress and expand your business, and the workload can become a bit of a challenge if you're not careful with the layout and transportation of your office, along with your employees moods and scheduling.

+ Fun and simplistic - quick and easy learning curve
+ Soundtrack you can tap your foot and whistle to
+ Unlocking achievements grants a cash bonus (which usually hits right when you need it)
+ Offices can be built up to 40 floors high
+ IT staff fixes PCs the way I'd like to "fix" mine
+ Most dedicated receptionists ever

- Menus would benefit from sortable columns when evaluating employees, along with viewable past reports; would be nice to schedule/educate employees by building
- Can't zoom out wide enough to see entire building
- Adam Demamp, Blake Henderson and Anders Holmvik not included

Overall, this is probably the best deal among the sim/tycoon genre on steam.

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11 av 12 personer (92%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
3 personer syntes at denne anmeldelsen var morsom
23.9 timer registrert
Publisert: 19. februar, 2015
If you have ever worked in a call center, this game may bring back those horrible memories (especially if you were a supervisor and had to deal with those awful productivity reports LOL), but this is a fun and unique building game in the same vein as SimTower. You have to make sure you have enough agents to answer the call volumes of the contracts you choose to accept and you must keep those agents happy and productive.

+ Fun balancing multiple agent types and IT Support, Housekeeping, and building amenities
+ Lots of things to build and upgrade
+ Realistic sound effects that make you feel like you're back in the call center
+ Cartoony but attractive graphics

- Low income per call means slow pace of building upgrades
- Satisfying contracts AND your staff can be tough
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42 av 71 personer (59%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
2.9 timer registrert
Publisert: 10. juni, 2014
Eh, it's a fun little time waster. Don't play it in full screen mode or the resolution gets stretched.

Basically a mobile game that's been ported to PC.
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10 av 12 personer (83%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
5 personer syntes at denne anmeldelsen var morsom
13.6 timer registrert
Publisert: 17. juni, 2015
-Actually adorable art style
-Easy to learn, hard to master
-Dialogue is actually hilarious

-Time literally flies. I thought I'd only played about 5 hours, turns out it was 8
-Hard to progress sometimes, a lot of waiting
-Jill silently judges you from afar at all times
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20 av 31 personer (65%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
2 personer syntes at denne anmeldelsen var morsom
Ikke anbefalt
3.8 timer registrert
Publisert: 26. juli, 2014
Someone once asked, "Whats the least amount of work I can do for a game and still get paid."
This is the final result.

The unlocking system in this game is unproductive. The first people unlocked are entirely based on how many days have passed. You won't get the janitor until after the second day, which leaves the office dirty the entire second day and makes employees unhappy. You won't unlock the Coaches (Employees that make others happy) until happyness because a problem. When you finally unlock the employee that unlocks other items you'll find that even 5 offices full of them have a rediculously slow research speed.

This game has a very vague information system. An employee will quit, why? "My dog is lonely at home" or "My sports team wins when I watch them at home." Very rarely will you find an excuse related to something they might have actually hated, like elevator queue times or Managers dragging down their morale. There is no research time table for unlocking items, you will never know when the next item will be unlocked or if you need more researchers.

Starting out in this game is very difficult. You are given a client without any option of choice and the number of calls they want done is realistically not possible. Even with 20k it is very hard to get the number of officies and employees to take all the calls. If you spend all your money trying to make this happen you will not have enough money to buy the offices or Janitors and IT techs when you really need them. On top of this, you will not get an elevator upgrade for a very long time, this causes an unhappiness black hole and you will see employees quit left and right, causing more financial ruin. Janitors are the most laughable programming when they come to their job too. They will stop cleaning a desk to use the restroom, they then return to their home desk before returning to the desk they were cleaning.

If you want to play a game like this, just look up Corporate Inc. a free flash game which Smooth Operators was clearly based on and save yourself $3.
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8 av 9 personer (89%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
19.5 timer registrert
Publisert: 22. juni, 2014
Very addicting. Never thought that running a call center company would be so difficult yet fun! The pacing of the game starts off fairly slow (if you are playing it right), but picks up very fast once your company grows in size. You have the ability to manage each and every employee you hire, and the amount of employee late game can become overwhelming. But that doesn't stop you from expanding, upgrading, and making more money! The developers of this game has been coming out with updates that improve and add new features that make the game more intuitive and easier to manage.

The "Coach" employee resigned from my call company due to the following reason: "No one in this call center wears condoms" <(0.0)>
10/10 Would hire again!
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7 av 8 personer (88%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
3.9 timer registrert
Publisert: 31. januar, 2015
Like, I would assume, most people who bought this game, I picked this up as kind of a joke purchase. I thought it'd be something I maybe fired up for ten minutes and then dropped; something I could mention off-hand to the guys at work who think it's hilarious that I have played more than 50 hours of Euro Truck Simulator. However, it was surprisingly engaging - my first 40 minute session felt like a third of that and I only stopped as I was interrupted, and to my surprise I've since returned to the game.

It's a fairly straightforward management game, but so far seems well-balanced, introducing mechanics over time and neither too challenging to feel like good results are attainable, nor so easy that you feel like you're just coasting.

The basic mechanic is building up your building to build up your business (a la Unholy Heights), combined with a very rough sort of worker management - you can hire and fire staff, assign rooms full of them to accounts, educate them and essentially add modifiers to their mood/productivity etc. by hiring other staff. There are a variety of roles covered, so balancing the ratios is the part of the game you'll have to think about the most.

Full disclosure, you will spend a fair bit of time just waiting - I presume that will be reduced as the game progresses and you start earning more money, but I've reached a slightly uneventful plateau where I just have to wait a couple of days to add a new building, and that's a little tiresome even on the highest speed.

I like the art style - it's nothing novel, but it's well executed, and you should be able to see at a glance whether the visuals are for you.

The music is a little cheesy, but I guess that's to be expected from a game about a call centre.

Overall, I'd recommend this as a cheap purchase (I got it in a bundle), but this price seems pretty fair anyway. Don't buy it expecting an immersive cinematic experience, but for the money, it's pretty good.
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8 av 10 personer (80%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
1 person syntes at denne anmeldelsen var morsom
16.5 timer registrert
Publisert: 6. juli, 2014
My IT guy kicked a computer that exploded and he fixed it.

But as for a real review, this is a really fun game, comparable to the "Corporation Inc." game that's on sites such as Newgrounds and Kongregate.
One of the best things about this game is the ingame music. I immidiately started dancing to it...albeit dancing very badly xD
I also really love just how modest yet origional the game is. It's a fun twist on time management, but they developer was careful not to make that the selling point.
The "slightly pixel" graphics are very charming, and reinforce gameplay as being very appealing.
I was really surprised not to find a single bug in the game thus far, especially with it being from an indie developer.

Overall, I would consider this to be a "hidden gem," and is definately worth picking up if you have some spare cash or a coupon.

*Personal message to the developer:
I really hope to see more gems of yours on Steam sometime, I'd buy them in a heartbeat.
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6 av 7 personer (86%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
11.5 timer registrert
Publisert: 16. juli, 2014
I saw a youtuber by the name of Sips do a play of this, and as a lover of simulation games, I really wanted to get it and play. Alas, it was on Desura, and as my only payment option being a visa gift card, it woudn't process transactions outside the U.S. I noticed it was on greenlight and voted on it as to hopefully see it appear in the steam store... I recently found it and bought it, $2.99, cheaper than Desura, and on a nice platform.

The only things I have to say about this game is that it is really hard if you don't plan properly and understand the mechanics, yet it is possible to pull back a failing call center and start profiting.

I wish you the best of luck, and happy call centering... I think
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5 av 6 personer (83%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
17.5 timer registrert
Publisert: 3. juli, 2014
Smooth operators is a very good game if you like creating companies
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5 av 6 personer (83%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
25.4 timer registrert
Publisert: 10. juli, 2014
I love this game!

Smooth Operators is a call centre sim in which you have the power to construct your own call centre, take on clients, manage staff and ensure that your business is working effectively and efficiently. For those familiar with Sim Tower, this game is not too dissimilar. Like Sim Tower, you have to ensure your elevators are working at their best to ensure your staff move around quickly. You also have to provide service staff to fix all your computer issues and provide general maintenance.

This game isn't a cakewalk, however, as balancing your funds and prioritising is paramount. You will not always be able to achieve what you'd like, and there is always something that is requiring of your attention (and money). The pixel art is great and overall looks polished. I would, however, like to see the speed capability increased, as oftentimes I am just waiting around for the next day.

Overall, I think this is a great casual game.
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