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Shop Keeper

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Top 14 best Steam games of all time tagged with Shop Keeper, according to gamer reviews.

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Shop Keeper 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 Shop Keeper, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Simulation 93%
  2. Singleplayer 86%
  3. Casual 71%
  4. Management 64%
  5. 2D 50%
  6. Immersive Sim 50%
  7. Strategy 43%
  8. Indie 43%
  9. Cartoony 43%
  10. Economy 43%
  11. Capitalism 43%
  12. Life Sim 43%
  13. Cute 36%
  14. Fantasy 36%
  15. 3D 36%
  16. Resource Management 36%
  17. Trading 36%
  18. Sandbox 36%
  19. Relaxing 36%
  20. Funny 29%
  21. Building 29%
  22. Crafting 29%
  23. Story Rich 29%
  24. Medieval 21%
  25. Colorful 21%
  26. Inventory Management 21%
  27. Choices Matter 21%

The Shop Keeper tag refers to a feature or gameplay element in certain video games where players take on the role of running and managing their own virtual shop or store. In these types of games, the player's primary objective is to run a successful business by buying, selling, and trading goods with customers.

Shop Keeper games typically involve various activities and mechanics such as:

  • Inventory Management Players must carefully manage their inventory, deciding which items to stock, pricing them appropriately, and restocking supplies when needed. This often requires strategic decision-making and understanding customer demands.
  • Customer Interaction Interacting with customers is a key aspect of Shop Keeper games. Players may have conversations with customers to understand their needs or preferences, negotiate prices, provide recommendations, or engage in other interactions that affect customer satisfaction.
  • Economic Simulation These games often include an economic simulation component where players need to consider supply and demand dynamics within the game world. They may need to analyze market trends, adjust prices accordingly, and make informed business decisions based on economic factors.
  • Store Customization Some Shop Keeper games allow players to customize their shop by purchasing decorations or upgrading facilities. This adds an additional layer of creativity and personalization to the gameplay experience.
  • RPG Elements Certain Shop Keeper games incorporate RPG elements where players can level up their character's skills related to running a shop. These skills might include haggling for better deals from suppliers or improving customer service abilities.

Examples of popular Shop Keeper titles include:

  • Moonlighter Developed by Digital Sun Games; this game combines dungeon crawling action-RPG gameplay with managing a shop during the day, where players sell the loot they acquired in dungeons.
  • Recettear: An Item Shop's Tale Developed by EasyGameStation; in this game, players take control of a young girl who runs an item shop, buying and selling items to adventurers and exploring dungeons for merchandise.
  • Staxel Developed by Plukit; while not solely focused on shopkeeping, Staxel allows players to run a farm as well as set up their own shops to sell produce and crafted goods to fellow villagers.

Shop Keeper games provide a unique and immersive experience of becoming an entrepreneur in virtual worlds. These games often require strategic planning, resource management, and customer interaction skills to create a thriving business. Players can enjoy the satisfaction of seeing their shop grow and succeed while fulfilling the needs of customers within the game.

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