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The Invisible Hand

Fellow Traveller, Power Struggle Games
May 7, 2021 - PC

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Game Rant
3 / 5
70 / 100
PC Invasion
7 / 10
4.5 / 5
7.5 / 10
7.5 / 10
70 / 100
No Recommendation
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Critic Reviews for The Invisible Hand

With a narrative spin on a stock market simulator, Power Struggle Games' The Invisible Hand is a largely entertaining game, even through its flaws.

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The Invisible Hand is a deceptively absurd take on the corporate circus that is Wall Street day trading. It's at its best when it lets the player wreak havoc however they please, but in trying to juggle both stock market shenanigans and its satirical story, it fumbles on both fronts.

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Interesting and fun at times, The Invisible Hand pretends to be about gameplay, but it's all just an illusion.

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A well put together, and politically clever role playing stock broker simulator. This game can provide a few play throughs possibly offering something fresh each time. Well worth a look if this genre interests you.

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Could you be the next big Wall Street superstar? The Invisible Hand lets you take a look into the world of high-flying financial analysts, and what it takes to stay in that position. Through all of the lobbying and luxury, will you win big or lose big?

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In The Invisible Hand insider trading will destroy lives in the name of wealth.

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No Recommendation / Blank
Royce Wilson

While from a gaming perspective it ends up a bit disappointing, from a “Games as Art” perspective there’s a worthwhile message here about the broader consequences of seemingly unrelated actions – messing with natural gas prices, for example, can cascade into triggering a civil war – and pointing out that the relentless pursuit of profit above all else is ultimately hollow and meaningless.

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