Elevator Joe: Managing an elevator has never been this fun!

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From the creator of Streetfood Tycoon, Elevator Joe is a fast-paced mobile game for Android and iOS, putting you as the commander of an … elevator. Your job is to ferry tenants to and fro in the most efficient way possible. The elevator you man can only accommodate a limited number of tenants and the hook, really, is to find the most efficient floor route to take when managing very impatient tenants. Points are awarded for high satisfaction ratings which you can use to buy upgrades such as more building floors, faster elevator movement and even more space inside the elevator.

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Just like Streetfood Tycoon, Elevator Joe comes with a fresh set of cameos from the Pinoy digital scene such as office spaces of popular local start-ups (like the Looloo office as seen from the screenshot above) and a rotating billboard at the top of the building (my blog is one of those featured too!)

Warning: in the same way that Streetfood Tycoon was very addicting, Elevator Joe brings about the same level of addiction hidden inside this otherwise casual and innocent looking game. I’m only a couple of days in

Elevator Joe is set to launch for both iOS and Android on September 19 2013. I have three promo codes for the iOS version so if you want an advanced copy, I’m currently running a promo on my Facebook page

By Jayvee Fernandez

Jayvee Fernandez is a tech enthusiast, EAN certified SCUBA Diver and underwater photographer based in Metro Manila, Philippines. His photos and videos have appeared in various international and local publications including Random House Germany, Discovery Channel Canada, and CNN.

2 replies on “Elevator Joe: Managing an elevator has never been this fun!”

sir Jayvee,
hi po! ako po si bimbo, isa sa mga subscriber nyo ng latest tech news…i work as one of the producers for ABS-CBN’s morning show, umagang kayganda.
kayo po ba mismo ang nag-conceptualize nitong game na ito?? if so, pwede po ba namin kayong maimbita sa umagang kayganda para ma-feature natin itong game ninyo at ma-plug nyo na rin po sa public??

hoping for your favorable response :)))))


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