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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 01:08pm 22/11/21 | 0 Comments
Ever wanted to own a pub? Sure you have. Who hasn't wanted to be able to lock up and pour themselves a beverage from their very own tap? Or to be able to decorate your joint, your way? Or to even have the power to pass on patrons or even give them the boot, if they're giving you too much grief?

If any of that sounds enticing, but you'd prefer to the good old days as opposed to modernity, then Tavern Master might just be the drink that ails ya.

And who better than the discerning David Wildgoose of The Wild & Goose establishment to run the game through its paces.

Here's a snippet from his not Yelp review:
Eventually, you'll have a multi-storey establishment with several bars, a full kitchen, fireplace, various performance stages for entertainers, and -- in my case at least -- an entire floor dedicated to guest rooms and a library. You mightn't think the fittings of a typical medieval tavern would deliver all that much variety -- and truth be told, the selection here is limited when compared to The Sims and similar games of interior decoration -- but there's enough to feel like you've put your own stamp on a place. What at first seems like a generic collection of wooden furniture, gradually transforms into somewhere you might be happy to call home.
Click here for our full Tavern Master review.

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