Description of App:
This money game makes you a master of real estate! Invest in real-life properties to build your empire!
In Landlord, the first reality-based business tycoon game, you can enjoy a business simulator, trading game and a bit of augmented reality all in one. It’s a cash flow game where you can buy, sell and trade digital properties, and with GPS and geolocation, you play the game in their actual locations!
IT'S ALL ABOUT THE REALITY
• Start your real estate journey with $50,000
• Build your empire based off places you know, like your school or office
• Get rich and earn money each time someone checks in at your property (powered by Foursquare and Facebook!)
• Upgrade your estates to earn even more or sell them to get a quick profit
• Learn finance and real estate investing thanks to realistic simulations
Become the landlord of your city empire and profit from it to become the richest capitalist!
REMEMBER! You’re the business tycoon, so invest wisely, trade with other players and compete with your friends. In this cash game, every dollar counts as you progress and build your real-life monopoly.
It’s a billionaire battle! Compete with other landlords, invite your friends and challenge them to see who’s the best tycoon. Learn how to use your money in the most effective way.
Can you conquer the real estate market and become the biggest business tycoon? Download Landlord now!
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I would say this app is mostly accessible, The parts that aren’t don’t impact gameplay at all. There is a map, which you don’t have to use, which isn’t accessible, but the app defaults to list view instead of map view anyway. The button in the top left will open the main menu. When you’re buying properties, or looking at your portfolio, there are two buttons that voice-over doesn’t read, these are not actually buttons they’re just status tabs, so if you try and click them and nothing happens, that’s how it’s meant to be. Apart from that everything is accessible in my opinion.
Developers are willing and interested to hear about what accessibility improvements they can make, if you want, you can contact them from within the app.