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Siemens Launches Online Game

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Cabe Atwell   11/29/2012 11:06:29 PM
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My Plantville plant took a turn for the worse. My workers unionized and began to strike. To pay their demands, my profits would dip. So, I hired some union-busters, and they went to town on my past digital workers. After countless beatings, the union would not budge. So, I outsources all my Plantville work to "OverseasVille" factories. I shut down the plant, fired all the union workers. My profits went way up. Success!

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This is a fantastic idea for a game. Reminds me of the old sim-city, but with a single company focus, which looks at the nature of running an industrial business. Great promotion!

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