My Success is a game about winning at capitalism. That involves exploiting and physically abusing your workers, reinvesting your gains instead of paying them and flooding the market with substandard goods. What a time to be alive.
Of course, you’re going to have to have your wits about you if you want to reach the upper echelons of the 1%, which is why we’ve written this guide. These strategies will allow you to oil the gears of your factory with the blood of the common man. And earn loads of cash while you’re doing it.
It doesn’t matter if you’re getting ready to slap your first worker or your palm-print is already embedded in the faces of hundreds of them – you’re going to find something here to help you out. These are, after all, the best hints, tips and cheats for My Success.
Find a route
Once you’ve established a few stations in your new factory it’s important to find a route and stick to it. This route should go from the stations to the delivery point and allow you to pick up and drop off goods, grab cash and slap any workers that have fallen asleep on shift.
Hire yourself some porters to take away some of the work. They’ll collect goods and drop them off, letting you focus on collecting cash and making sure your other workers haven’t nodded off. The more porters you have, the easier things are going to be.
Upgrade when you can
In later levels you’ll unlock spaces where you can upgrade aspects of your factory – whether that’s the speed of production or the amount you can stuff on a lorry before it drives away. Spend some cash here to keep things ticking over and earn more money as you play.
Use the boosts?
There are various boosts that pop up from time to time. These usually involve watching a video, so for the most part it’s not really worth using them. If you’re strapped for cash it’s sometimes advantageous, and the supervisor can come in really handy when you’ve got a full factory and don’t want anyone falling asleep.
Cash doesn’t cross
The cash you collect in one level doesn’t cross over to the next, so once you’ve earned enough to open the elevator and move on there’s not much point sticking around. If you’ve got money to spare, spend it on upgrades instead of trying to take it with you.