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Top 150 best Steam games of all time tagged with Management, according to gamer reviews.

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
95% 83,371 votes
96% 14,760 votes
96% 18,807 votes
95% 24,314 votes
94% 63,380 votes
98% 1,789 votes
96% 2,312 votes
94% 3,645 votes
96% 1,334 votes
92% 15,222 votes
97% 847 votes
90% 60,291 votes
88% 164,878 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Management is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Management, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Simulation 73%
  2. Strategy 63%
  3. Singleplayer 55%
  4. Casual 45%
  5. Indie 39%
  6. 2D 35%
  7. Building 35%
  8. Economy 32%
  9. Resource Management 31%
  10. 3D 27%
  11. Sandbox 26%
  12. Colorful 21%
  13. Relaxing 21%
  14. Base Building 20%
  15. City Builder 20%
  16. Cute 18%
  17. Time Management 18%
  18. Early Access 17%
  19. Family Friendly 17%
  20. Adventure 16%
  21. Atmospheric 16%
  22. Crafting 16%
  23. RPG 15%

The Management tag refers to a genre of games that focus on the strategic planning and decision-making involved in managing various aspects of an organization, business, or virtual world. These games typically simulate real-life scenarios or fictional settings where players are responsible for overseeing and optimizing the performance of their chosen entity.

In management games, players often have control over resource allocation, personnel management, financial planning, and other operational aspects. They must make informed choices to achieve specific goals or objectives while dealing with challenges and constraints.

Here are some key characteristics often associated with management games:

  • Simulation Management games aim to provide a realistic or believable experience by simulating real-world systems or fictional entities. Players can experiment with different strategies and observe the consequences of their decisions.
  • Strategy These games require strategic thinking and long-term planning as players juggle multiple variables to achieve success. They need to prioritize tasks, allocate resources effectively, and anticipate potential obstacles or opportunities.
  • Economy Many management games involve managing finances and economic systems. Players may be responsible for budgeting expenses, setting prices, investing in infrastructure, negotiating contracts - all aimed at maximizing profits or maintaining financial stability.
  • Personnel Management Managing teams or individuals is a common element in these games. Players may have to hire staff members with specific skills or attributes and assign them tasks accordingly. Building effective teams can greatly impact performance.
  • Familiar Settings Management game settings can vary widely - from running a theme park (e.g., RollerCoaster Tycoon) to leading a football team (e.g., Football Manager). By utilizing recognizable environments, these games allow players to engage in their preferred industries or activities.

Popular examples of management games on Steam include:

  • Planet Coaster A theme park management game where players design and operate their own amusement parks, managing finances, rides, and the satisfaction of park visitors.
  • Cities: Skylines As a city-building game, it allows players to plan and manage all aspects of urban development - from zoning residential areas to establishing infrastructure and public services.
  • Football Manager series These games put players in charge of managing a football team by handling tactics, transfers, training programs, scouting for new talent, and more.

In summary, management games immerse players in the world of decision-makers who oversee various aspects such as businesses or organizations. They require strategic thinking, resource management skills, and often provide an engaging blend of simulation and strategy.

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