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Topic: Live Out Your Breakng Bad Fantasies with Business Management...
Steve Farrelly
AusGamers Editor
Posts: 8779
Location: Sydney, New South Wales

Presented in stunning depth-of-field isometric sim-scape, Definitely Not Fried Chicken is a business management simulator that charges you with creating fronts for illicit backroom activities that involve drugs, guns and more. It's the ultimate Walter White fantasy, in videogame form.

Here's Merge Games and Dope Games' manifest they're definitely burning after orders are filled:
*psst* Hey man, you need any of the good stuff? What you need? I got it! Step into my -ahem- fried chicken restaurant!

A business management sim with a twist, players will grow their drug trade empire through ‘legitimate’ fronts by managing both sides of the business. One uses the front door, another uses the back! Acquire new ‘businesses’, meet new clientele, develop more potent narcotics, make lots of money, and leave a city in ruin!

Set in a sunshine soaked city in the glamorous 80s, Definitely Not Fried Chicken is the ultimate test of your entrepreneurial business skills.

Build your drugs compound from the ground up, buy adjoining plots of land and expand. Design and lay out your complete production line and establish distribution routes. Fortify your compound’s defences and make sure any ‘overly-enthusiastic’ customers can't break in. Research and develop better strains of narcotics like marijuana, cocaine, and methamphetamine.
No release date other than 2021 has been revealed, but in the meantime, check out the announce trailer embedded below.

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