Ice Cream Stall
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|Ice Cream Stall|
|Publisher: John Sands Electronics|
|Developer: Pyramid Software|
|Number of players: 1-10|
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The game was developed for use in schools to teach some aspects of business management.
This game simulates the running of a small business selling ice cream cones from a street stall. Players purchase ice cream, cones, street sign advertising, and decide on a price per cone. Sales are affected by the weather and street closures, and players have to deal with inflation and strikes at the ice cream plant. The objective is to be the player with the highest profits, but the game has no ending and can be played indefinitely or until bankruptcy.
For one to ten players simultaneously. Aged 5 to 90! You're starting an ice cream business. A great program that gives you fun while giving you good business sense! May you wind up wealthy!
— Box frontcover
For one to ten players simultaneously. Aged 5 to 90! You're starting an ice cream business. Will you become rich? Bankrupt? Will the weather help you? The street works disrupt you? Strikes cause chaos? A great program that gives you fun while giving you good business sense! You must decide how many litres of ice cream to purchase, and how many cones. Set your prices and put up your advertising signs. Compete with your friends for the highest profits. May you wind up wealthy!
— Box backcover
|Games in the Mind Games Series|
|Blackjack (1984) | Ice Cream Stall (1984) | Reverso (1984) | Word Block (1984)|
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|Blackjack (1984) | Dragonquest (1984) | Environoid (1984) | Heroic Quest (1984) | Ice Cream Stall (1984) | Reverso (1984) | Solar Conquest! (1984) | Word Block (1984)|