Christmas Shopper Simulator (PC/Mac) Free Download @ Game
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Christmas Shopper Simulator (PC/Mac) Free Download @ Game

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Found 4th Dec 2014
Prepare to be mildly thrilled and as excited as is reasonable to expect… Introducing Christmas Shopper Simulator!

Embark on an epic quest to do a bit of Christmas shopping, complete with all the disappointment, frustration and suspension of the laws of physics that you’d find in a real shopping centre!

Achieve achievements that will test your gaming prowess and look great on your CV!
Complete missions in order to give your day, and indeed your entire existence a whole new degree of meaning!
Wonder constantly whether there's something more important you could be doing!

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Original Poster

http://img.game.co.uk/ml2/3/4/3/7/343799_scr2_a.png

Does it include the Black Friday bare knuckle fighting add on?

oh god seen it all now

Dusterfluster

Does it include the Black Friday bare knuckle fighting add on?



http://img.game.co.uk/ml2/3/4/3/7/343799_scr3_a.png
It appears it does oO

oO X)

Next, NY Sales Shopper Simulator?

Wouldn't surprise one bit if you put it to them. X)

veedubjai

oO X)Next, NY Sales Shopper Simulator?Wouldn't surprise one bit if you … oO X)Next, NY Sales Shopper Simulator?Wouldn't surprise one bit if you put it to them. X)



You've not lived until you've tried 'Nothing Simulator'!!
nothing.edwardbowden.co.uk/ (_;)

Seriously ....is it April 1st?

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Dusterfluster

Does it include the Black Friday bare knuckle fighting add on?



Or crashing a rather rubbish led tv onto the head of a person of limited mobility!!!

For free, this game is actually pretty good ;P

I just ran this on my computer... Or should I say this just about ran on my computer. Seriously, how shoddy are the company game got in to do this. Recommended spec, a quad-core 3GHz i5 with 8GB of RAM and a 1GB graphics card??? The original Half Life had a better looking environment and far more complex maps, and that ran on a 133MHz processor with 32 MB of RAM!

Okay, forgiving the fact that things have moved on, this really shouldn't need more than a 1.5GHz processor, 2GB RAM and a bog standard 128MB graphics card. For shame!!!!

At least they've taken attention to some details . . . the queue for the ladies toilets for example (especially the one who is re-evaluating her life . . . sat on the floor. Torn between her realisation that she's found what she's just purchased cheaper on HUKD, and tormented by the fact that she's likely to never reach the toilet in time).

http://i1194.photobucket.com/albums/aa378/Destructabomb/Untitled2_zpsaa266d20.png

And the gravity defying santa . . . . christmas just wouldn't be the same otherwise.

http://i1194.photobucket.com/albums/aa378/Destructabomb/Untitled_zpsb3ef2335.png

Can we gave in an APP ?

Banned

LOL this is brilliant..

Original Poster

AGrumpyDad

I just ran this on my computer... Or should I say this just about ran on … I just ran this on my computer... Or should I say this just about ran on my computer. Seriously, how shoddy are the company game got in to do this. Recommended spec, a quad-core 3GHz i5 with 8GB of RAM and a 1GB graphics card??? The original Half Life had a better looking environment and far more complex maps, and that ran on a 133MHz processor with 32 MB of RAM!Okay, forgiving the fact that things have moved on, this really shouldn't need more than a 1.5GHz processor, 2GB RAM and a bog standard 128MB graphics card. For shame!!!!



I just ordered a new CPU and another 4gb of ram. I'm looking forward to playing it.
Edited by: "Bob_Green" 4th Dec 2014

This will be the future benchmark of our time, just how crysis has been the past years.

Are you kidding me !!!!

I found this from an email they sent me earlier and I was pleasantly surprised by it. There's some fun to be had and it's better than a good number of simulators out there that you have to pay for! Definitely worth a go.

It even has things like this:
http://i.gyazo.com/be4a5907f3a71200f1e8c6e0fcfa686c.jpg

I'm not even sure how I managed this one but it involved an escalator:
http://i.gyazo.com/b2cb3d23218a69bc8beaa8a92d2ec872.jpg

I never thought I'd see the day where I'd be recommending a simulator made by Game.

Is this for those that can't get enough of the Christmas shopping experience that they have to do it virtually as well, or is it for those that feel guilty for shopping on line for everything?
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