Booth is an indie dystopian management simulation game that puts you in a grey, very non-descript booth managing the flow of food into the nation. Your job is to take out all the dodgy or unsuitable items and ensure that the good items make it through.
Drab setting, but fits the theme.
Tricky but doable tasks.
Different difficulty settings.
Doesn’t try anything too new in the genre.
I’m a fan of Booth, I found it to hit the mark pretty well in terms of what I’d want for a dystopian management simulation type game. Sure, it stays within its box pretty much the whole way, but it’s still got an interesting story and plenty of replayability making it worth a play.
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