Fruit Trading Game Mango Cart Arrives On Steam Later in March

Published: March 7, 2019 10:40 AM /


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The fruit-trading game Mango Cart will be arriving on Steam later in March 2019. Mango Cart is a game that's all about trading fruit across borders. No, really. It's a fruit-trading game. Of course, there are several layers of complexity to this upcoming first title from AkriGames, but you're mostly going to be focused on moving product and making money.

There's a trailer for the game, believe it or not. Go ahead and check it out for yourself:

Essentially, players of Mango Cart will have to balance their finances, working conditions, and the environmental impact of their business as they progress through the game. This is a turn-based game. Every month, you'll be assigned a number of tasks to complete. You have to do your best to move your product and complete the tasks while avoiding the various pitfalls of international shipping. You'll be able to check this game out pretty soon—it arrives on Steam on March 25, 2019.

While there are many ways to fail in Mango Cart, there aren't really any ways to win as it's an endless title. It's entirely possible to lose if working conditions, environmental impact, or your financial situation gets out of hand. Even if you do things perfectly, events like an economic recession can negatively impact your business and tempt players to cut corners.

Mango Cart seems like a strange little title with a focus on economics and worker management. You'll be able to pick it up for yourself for PC and Mac via Steam on March 25, 2019. No price has been announced. In the meantime, you can add the game to your Steam Wishlist.

What do you think of Mango Cart? Are you interested in an endless game that's all about selling fruit or do you desire something with a little more complexity? Let us know in the comments below!

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