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Idol Manager Free Download The second I saw a trailer for Idol Manager, I knew I had to give it a try. As they say, the game is relevant to my interests as a fan of idol groups and business management sims. Knowing I already liked the core idea of the game, I made sure to maintain a critical eye while playing, keeping an eye out for issues or concerns to bring up. I didn’t find too many – which is always nice to be able to say. Diving right in, Idol Manager is surprisingly complex and I quickly found myself addicted to it after I started playing. “Just a few more things to do, then I’ll save and quit,” I’d tell myself repeatedly. sexy games

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It was never just “a few more things” it was always several additional hours of playing. Idol Manager excels at getting you invested, not only because you personally want to succeed and not bankrupt the company, but also because you want your group of idols to succeed. Seeing the number of fans rise, and the group’s fame rank increase, is truly heartwarming. Or at least, that’s how it was for me. Note that Idol Manager does give you options to exploit and overwork the idols and in general be a scummy person for the sake of money, which is a little too accurate for comfort at times.

A Little Too Accurate At Times

I never wanted to pick those options because they make me feel terrible so… yeah. I avoided those options for 99% of my playthroughs, and only chose those options prior to writing this review to see what would happen and to explore the story from this negative “probably shouldn’t choose these options” route. I didn’t enjoy this playthrough. I didn’t enjoy hearing about my idols overworking themselves to the point of injury. I didn’t enjoy choosing options like the one where you can straight up not give the idols safety shorts which offers a, “Double bonus to hardcore appeal, penalty to casual appeal.” ENDLESS Space 2

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It reminded me of a real life situation that happened with the kpop group Momoland where they did a number of performances without safety shorts, which angered fans and non-fans alike. And rightfully so, not providing safety shorts is exploitative, and makes performing very uncomfortable as the idols are constantly having to pull down their shorts and make sure nothing is showing. Thinking about the situation after seeing the safety short question pop up in the game made me feel both sad and angry. I wish this was the only questionable thing to happen in the kpop or jpop industry but it’s not, and it’s heartbreaking to say that. With that being said, I do feel like the game is trying to offer commentary and create awareness about these issues within the kpop and jpop industry, and that’s great.


Moving on from the heavy subject matter sprinkled throughout the game, let’s talk about the gameplay. First it’ll take you a while to get deep enough into the game to see all of your hard work pay off to the point where you can say your company and groups are doing well financially. If you’re anything like me, you will bankrupt the company at least once. In the game, you’re given a second chance and additional money which is nice. Unfortunately, if you don’t have a plan in place on how to start earning money instead of losing money, that second chance is effectively worthless. Mass Effect 2 Digital Deluxe Edition

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What worked better for me personally was creating a brand new save and trying again. What you choose to do will ultimately depend on how far you are into the game. When I bankrupted the company the first time, it was pretty early on. I’m not even sure how I managed to go bankrup that fast. What can I say except 내가 제일 잘 나가 (which means “I am the best”) and is an exceptional 2NE1 song that I enjoyed listening to on Spotify while bankrupting my company in Idol Manager. Nothing says “I am the best” quite like losing a company millions of dollars, right?

Mo’ Idols Mo’ Problems

As the name suggests, Idol Manager is a business management simulation game about running an idol talent agency. With a small capital investment from a strange benefactor, you can start to train your idols’ performance skills, mold their public image, attract loyal fans, and maybe one day even represent Japan on a world stage. The management gameplay of Idol Manager consists of hiring idols — which have randomly generated appearances, names, and stats — and putting them to work on shows, singles, concerts, ad campaigns, and other business contracts. Each of those nets you money, which you’ll need to pay your rent and employees, and fans, to gain more eyes on your next project. Phoenix Point: Year One Edition

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You’ll also need to manage your idols’ stamina — too much work can lead to injuries, which require several months of recovery time — hire coaches to train their singing and dancing skills, and keep an eye on the relationships between the girls, as interpersonal conflict can lead to a poor group performance. As daunting as getting the hang of the game may seem, getting started is relatively easy thanks to the tutorial which you can toggle on or off. I kept mine on, because I truly had no idea what I was doing and even with the tutorial I still managed to bankrupt my company four times before I was able to have a successful run. Sneak Thief 

Add-ons (DLC): Idol Manager

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Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows XP SP3
Processor: 2GHz
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: Integrated video, 1 GB shared memory
DirectX: Version 9.0
Storage: 1 GB available space

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7+
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Dedicated video, 1 GB VRAM
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 1 GB available space
Additional Notes: 1080p display