CASHFLOW - The Investing Game
By Torn Screen Entertainment, Inc.
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Claw your way out of the Rat Race, build your CASHFLOW Empire and claim dominion over the realm (realm being your living room)! Based on the original board game proclaimed as “Monopoly® on Steroids” by USA Today, learn what it takes to build real wealth - all while having fun playing a game.
Begin the game in the Rat Race working in a variety of professions and work your way to become the next business or real estate mogul. Avoid the pitfalls of bad deals, friends asking for handouts, and getting laid off from your job. Craft your strategy to get out of the Rat Race using real estate, business, and the stock market and master CASHFLOW – The Investing Game!
Simulation and games are among the best ways to learn so why wouldn’t you do it when it comes to your money? Test investment strategies and techniques without using real money and gain an understanding of what’s really important in entrepreneurship and investing: Your Financial Statement.
What people are saying from Beta:
“I’m enjoying this so much! I’m only 25 but I’m trying to learn the #1 problem people have - money.” - Kelly H.
“Great, entertaining and very fun game! I love that it makes you think, not just play brainlessly :)Thank you” - Veronica M.
“THE BEST FINANCIAL TOOL TO HELP ME UNDERSTAND MY MONEY MAKING DECISIONS!” - Matt E.
“Interesting and addictive game. Good way to exercise before starting to do it in real life.” - Bob T.
“I don't wanna waste my lifetime working for my boss and bank. I want my financial freedom. Awesome game. I love cashflow!!!” - Danielle B.
Could use some explanations
I was excited to learn about this game after listening to Rich Dad podcast and wanted some pointers to learn how to get out of the rat race. It seems I learned my obvious which is to pay down my debt with my "income". For some reason, I thought this would be more realistic in mirroring the life that is given to you. i.e. Nurse with steady income. Somehow I would roll the die and land on cash flow and my income would increase. In the real world that doesn't happen out of thin air. I would like to understand the methods of computing with stocks/shares. I don't understand that so it would've been helpful to have the game tell me why and what the purpose would be for that. It would've been nice to see my pay down for my debts...I don't know I had this idea of how the game would teach how to make better choices financially speaking. What I learned was to pay down my debt and somehow increase my income. I suppose by means of another job. If I missed the point, it would be nice to have an explanation otherwise.
Cashflow for ipad review
Finally! Have played several games and it's quite fun! I also own the Mac version from several years ago, but it's great to play with the whole family no matter where we are. It's a very good start but there are several things that I hope come in future updates. 1. Music! The computer version has a great jazzy soundtrack that adds a lot to the gameplay. 2. Th ability to slow down the AI bots' moves, so you can see what they're doing. Right now, it happens in almost a blur and you have to review the log to see what moves they made. 3. Game Center/online multiplayer. I'd love to challenge my wife to a game eve. If I'm traveling. 4. Leaderboard support. Self explanatory. 5. Iphone support. Monopoly and other similar games scale fine to iphone screens, so let's have it! Bravo to the developer and the Rich Dad for finally bringing this classic to ios. :)
A few bugs with the AI
When stocks come up as a shared opportunity, the other player-bots are allowed to buy more stocks (if they already own that stock) when they should only be allowed to sell the stocks they already have. But as a human player, I'm only given the option to sell or pass.
Also, the bots don't display any strategy for buying stocks. They always buy 20 shares if the price is $20 or less. They should buy more if they have more cash on hand and the price is very low.
Also, the bots seem to always sell their real estate (condos, 3bdr) even if they end up taking a loss on it, which makes no sense. I even watched a bot go bankrupt when it sold a property it was making passive income on, took a loss on the sale, and had to borrow money from the bank to cover the loss, and ended up going negative in net income.
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- Category: Finance
- Released: Mar 06, 2014
- Version: 0.1.5
- Size: 60.3 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Torn Screen Entertainment, Inc.
- © 2014 Rich Dad Operating Company, LLC.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.1.3 or later. Compatible with iPad.