You're The Boss

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Take the reins of a lowly warehouse office and work your way up the corporate ladder in You're The Boss. Haunted by a mysterious voice in your head, you know nothing more than a prophecy that foretells your rise to success. But you can’t do it alone. You first need to assemble a team of employees, each with unique skill sets and personalities. Sell and market your products, improve your employees' skills and morale, and research powerful opportunities to help you achieve your goals. Standing in your path are the six dreaded bosses, and only the most savvy of managers has what it takes to earn every promotion and fulfill the ultimate prophecy.

  • 18 unique customizable employees to hire
  • Dozens of products to unlock
  • 4 different bosses for you to choose from
  • Rewarding open-ended gameplay
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 611 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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You're The Boss 3.1 5 69 69
Awful bosses but great employees I like the variety of tasks that can be assigned to each employee in order to increase sales. You can also let them study to improve their skills so I made each employee an expert in a different skill. I also liked how the office got more sophisticated after each promotion. Each level had a larger sales target, more products and employees to add which made it challenging. However, the game could have included some more challenges like employees on sick leave or product out of stock to increase the challenges. In the last boss section, glitches came up in the game. Sometimes the employees would stay indefinitely on a task or a product would not show up for certain employees. As a result you should restart the game and avoid using the employees or products that had the glitches. Regardless of these bugs I still won and it felt great. I hope they bring out a sequel. December 29, 2013
Nothing special, but it teaches one things or two about work... The game itself is nothing special. Average level graphics, mild storyline, average level of challenge. But I appreciated the game dynamic that reproduces a model very simplified, yet rather faithful, of how a company can be run. In the end, the best strategy is to spend a large part of your gain to hire the best employees, train them and develop their skills, and invest in R&D. This is exactly what you should do in the real world :-) December 21, 2013
Really Enjoyed it I really enjoyed this game. It's very easy to pick up and play.. My only 2 complaints are 1) Way too short and 2) No replay value December 9, 2013
Hilarious and Genuinely Fun but... I had a really good time with this game. Fell in love with it during the trial period. It's really FUNNY which is something that is always a great surprise in a game. So, my only major gripe is that it's WAY too short of a game if you're playing it properly. I could have played it even faster than I did which is kind of a bummer. There are several aspects of the game which they could have altered for longer and more involved game play. Oh well! That being said, I still definitely recommend this game but maybe save getting it for a buy one get one deal or something because it's definitely not worth full price (no offense game creators!). December 1, 2013
Fun game. This is was fun. My only problem is that it was too short. November 7, 2013
I am the boss! This is a great little game. The only down side is it ended too soon. Once you reach the end game you have to start over. Good graphics . Good sound. Good play. The object is to buy sell and advertise your way to the top. You motivate, study, and research people and products. All in all a cute game. I would want the developer to add a play after segment. Other than that I would recommend for an occupy your time game. Swim on fishes. November 6, 2013
Fun, but short. Needs developing. Fun game. I bought it, but didn't play very long after the trial version before it was finished. I enjoyed working out who to assign what tasks to and who to train in what, but you have to click on a character to release the outcome of a task when it's finished, and then click again to assign them a new one. There needs to be a quicker way to combine those two actions. Not good value at full price for the game length, but fun to play. Wait till it's on special. November 6, 2013
it could have been a good game There is only one problem with this game: There is absolutely no challenge whatsoever!!! The strategic choices you make don't matter! You don't so much as win this game, as it just ends, whatever you do, just rather quickly or not! Now, knowing that, you may still enjoy the game. just don't expect any "time management" or "strategy" challenge to take place. It such a pity, If only there had been it could have been a terrific game. November 13, 2013
Was that it? Fun game, but it's pretty easy - there's no way to fail and it does get repetitive. The storyline is so confusing and stupid, I don't want to spoil it but it is so anticlimactic and doesn't even make sense. My main issue is that it doesn't take long (maybe 90 minutes?) to complete story mode, and this game desperately needs a "Freeplay" mode to make it worth the money. As it is, not worth buying but a fun one to trial for an hour. May 28, 2014
Just OK with Pros and Cons Visually, I really like the game. The objectives are clear, and you have to manage a ton of tasks for however many employees you have on a given a level. Having said that, the pace is incredibly slow, and you just repeat the same tasks over and over to kill time until you can do something else. Overall, I suppose I don't regret purchasing it, but it could have been a much better game had the gameplay been planned for faster than "snail's pace" mode. November 9, 2013
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