I've learned more about trading stocks from Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator than I ever learned in school -- which, I admit, isn't saying much because the United State's educational system is garbage. Nonetheless, if you plan on buying or trading stocks in the future, or just want to be a financially responsible adult, there's a few lessons you could learn from Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator.
The game is exactly as it sounds. You trade organs, and let me tell you, the market for said organs is popping. From eyeballs to spleens to the more bizarre -- souls and whatever the hell rotcane is -- you'll get to buy and trade on a very hot market. In Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator, it's all about making gains and expanding your reputation in this ever-evolving and unpredictable market of organs.
It's a very overwhelming game at first, but you soon get the hang of things. There's a trading period every day that lasts a limited period of time. Meanwhile, various aliens are ready to request the organs you buy on the market. It's up to you to buy said organs while fulfilling requests, as well as taking into account potential future gains and market volatility. If it sounds like stock trading, well, I told you so, didn't I?
Things get a bit more complicated when taking into account the various characteristics of the organs you buy -- some requests specify a certain size or condition of that heart or set of lungs you're purchasing. They also vary in quality, and ultimately price. You'll want to spend less than what the reward for the request is. Often times, buyers offer a fair price, but some requests -- accompanied by funny and entertaining narratives -- might lead to scams. My favorite of these requests is an alien that's gotten ahold of his parent's credit card, and he is willing to overpay a large amount for whatever organ they request. It's not my place to question, I'm just the supplier.
There's so much more depth beyond the trading phase in Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator. Players are able to monitor the fluctuations of prices in certain organs and you can buy stock in, say, eyeballs and bladders. Looking at trends helps you determine if a possible price hike is in order, and if you hold these organs long enough, your investments might end up fruitful. This is useful, because you can buy even more stock for the more expensive organs, or increase your storage. Indeed, you'll need to take into account just how many organs you can hold as you can make profit off of not just stock, but also the physical merchandise you buy. More maximum gains, you'll need somewhere to hold all of these parts. And be aware that they do spoil over time!
Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator is accompanied by entirely unique visuals and a banging soundtrack to boot. If I had to compare its style to any game, it would be Hypnospace Outlaw with its 90s-inspired visuals. Coincidentally, Hypnospace Outlaw writer Xalavier Nelson Jr. made Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator. It's a style that is almost too unique to put into words, and the only way I can do justice to such a wacky and trippy-looking game is to urge you to play it yourself.
Again, I know nothing about stocks and trading them, but I feel like I learned a lot just by seeing it work in real time, working with fake money and no consequence in Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator. Who knows, maybe I'll invest a little bit myself. Goodness knows I have a bit more confidence in it after trading (fake) hearts and livers for profit!
TechRaptor played Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator on Steam using a copy purchased by the player.
Disclaimer: Our reviews editor, Samuel Guglielmo, moderated for Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator's Discord channel and is named in the credits. He was not involved with this Coverage Club.