Mondo Museum is a museum management game with Sims-like building tools


The business simulation genre has already covered a wide range of businesses, but there is still room for more. The Mondo Museum, as the title suggests, is all about keeping a collection of historical artifacts and appealing to people who browse your exhibits. It also has a set of nifty building tools that look straight out of one of the best management games on PC.

Seriously, maybe it’s just the arched window drawing dark brown wooden doors, but these tools take me straight back to the early days of The Sims. The Mondo Museum emphasizes creative building, with options to change the floors, wallpaper, and decor in each room – and you can share your museums on the Steam Workshop.

These rooms will be populated with exhibits of your choice, ranging from dinosaur fossils to space artefacts. You will hire staff such as researchers, conservators, and docents (yes, I had to research them) to make sure your exhibits are well maintained and your guests are taken care of, and you will unlock access to new objects as a museum is gaining popularity.

Along the way, you’ll have to meet the needs of VIPs or deal with, for example, the collapse of T-rex skeletons at in-game events.

You can get a taste of the game in action in the trailer above.

The Mondo Museum will be available for Early Access on Steam next year. The developers are “aiming for six months to one year” after this launch before a proper release, and it will get the expected set of new features during that time, including new types of exhibit items, and so on.

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