Space Tycoon Is a Virtual Playground Based on Roblox from Samsung

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Samsung has unveiled Space Tycoon, a virtual playground based on Roblox set in the metaverse where characters can interact with and design new products. Space Tycoon will incorporate elements seen in other business tycoon simulation games. From mobile devices to televisions and home appliances customers can customize a variety of Samsung technology making them more creative or even transform them into in-game gadgets.

Space Tycoon is designed to be a playground where many customers can experience unlimited possibilities of virtual spaces,” said Jinsoo Kim, Executive Vice President at Corporate Design Center in Samsung Electronics. “We wanted to give our Gen Z customers a chance to experience Samsung products in a way they have never done before. We will continue to showcase content that can deliver more meaningful and entertaining digital experiences for both our current and future customers.”

Space Tycoon is set in the Space Station with a research laboratory where resources can be mined to create products, and then tested, but there is also a store where products can be bought. Samsung has currently loaded the shop with over twenty products and plans to add more. From there, characters can create and play games using their products and interact with others. Space Tycoon is launching in 14 languages and additional features and events such as exclusive virtual parties where characters can share their creations with each other are in the works.

Set in the Samsung Space Station as well as the research laboratory where alien characters conduct research on Samsung’s newest products, Space Tycoon consists of three specific play areas: the Mining Zone for resource procurement, the Shop for game item purchase and the Lab for product manufacturing.

In Space Tycoon, using the excavated resources, users can design various Samsung products — from Galaxy-smartphones to various TVs and home appliances — and purchase or upgrade game items. Users can get creative by starting with real-life products and giving them a makeover to become in-game gadgets. For example, the foldable smartphone Galaxy Z Flip can turn into a bag or a scooter, just as users will be more imaginative with the Jet Bot vacuum cleaner turning into a hoverboard or The Sero lifestyle TV into a one-person helicopter.

Currently, over 20 Samsung products are available in the Shop where the colors of their purchased items can change randomly depending on the levels achieved and new series of products will be regularly updated.

Source: Samsung

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Peter Brosdahl
As a child of the 70’s I was part of the many who became enthralled by the video arcade invasion of the 1980’s. Saving money from various odd jobs I purchased my first computer from a friend of my dad, a used Atari 400, around 1982. Eventually it would end up being a lifelong passion of upgrading and modifying equipment that, of course, led into a career in IT support.

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