Sakura Street: Tycoon is the new idle business game for the iOS and Android platforms. This game is far more story driven than other similar games, as you take over the family business, build and upgrade all sorts of new businesses from restaurants to pawn shops to toy stores and more, hire and deploy employees, date and live with beauties, raise heirs to the family fortune, and a whole lot more. You can refurbish your house, go through story chapters, negotiate with bosses, engage in real estate purchase competitions, and more.
Read on for a collection of tips and tricks for Sakura Street: Tycoon!
There is a lot going on in this game, but even after the tutorial is over, you will consistently have a list of quests that you can complete in order to finish the chapter. Follow the checklist and collect the chapter rewards, and you will then be able to refurbish a new part of your house.
As you get further into the game, though, you will be able to deviate from the checklist and do your own thing to an even greater degree. One way that you can do so early on is to purchase more upgrades than you need to when you are trying to complete the next goal. Often, these upgrades can then allow you to quickly complete future goals, allowing you to cruise through chapters at a rapid pace.
The further that you make it into the game, the more stores and chapters that you will unlock. You can hire a new staff to increase the income of your stores, upgrade your stores to multiply their income, deploy a talent to your stores after you hire them in order to boost their earnings and other statistics, and even tap on each one of your stores in order to play mini games.
Not only should you try to find us many talents as possible, but be sure to upgrade them whenever you get the chance. If you can increase their skills, their aptitude, and more, using items that you earn from various means, especially from finishing chapters.
Downtown is where things get extremely interesting. It takes a long time before you can unlock new areas of downtown, but you will be able to add all kinds of new modes to the game by making it far enough to unlock downtown areas. You can unlock the headhunter to find a new talent, the guild in order to team up with other players, trade wars in order to compete against other players, Chuko towers for a brand new challenge, and a whole lot more.