Developer: MP Digital, LLC

Current Version: 1.2.12

Last Updated: 18 days ago

Download Size: 53 MB - Download


Turmoil offers players a visually charming, tongue-in-cheek take on the simulation genre inspired by the 19th century oil rush in North America. Get a taste of the rush and rivalry of the time as you earn your way to become a successful oil entrepreneur. As you make money digging up and selling oil, the town will grow along with you.

Lease land at the town auction and search for oil. Build a rig, create an efficient pipe network and bring up the oil to store it in silos. Sell the oil at the best times to maximize profits. Then buy essential upgrades in town to cope with rock, gas and ice. Acquire more town shares than your competitors in a bid to become the new mayor.

• A campaign where you build your rags-to-riches oil baron career and beat your rivals.
• Dozens of upgrades and new tools to improve your oil mining operations.
• Meet the town’s characters in the saloon and make shady business deals.
• Play single game mode to get one of literally millions of procedurally generated levels and earn as much as you can in one year.
• Lease land at the town auction and search for oil using a dowser, mole or scanner.
• Maximize your profits by using natural gas to boost the oil price.
• Outbid your competitors at the stock auction.


Release Notes:

• Various bug fixes.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.2.1
Review by RDS53

Great Fun - Easy to learn and really fun little simulation. Works like a champ on my Mac. This game is great to play in a few minutes of free time at your computer. The single game scenario is fun wiand takes about 10-12 minutes. HIGHLY suggest you get this one…..

Found helpful by 17 out of 17 people
Version 1.2.1
Review by iDon.Mac

Doesn’t work - So I tried to run the game, it doesn’t go anywhere beyond the main menu inside the game. Clicking on “Start Game” or “Settings” or anything else results in the mouse crosshairs getting frozen over the selection and the regular mouse icon appearing, at that point hitting Commnad + Q doesn’t quit the game nor does anything else except Command + Tab to switch the screens then return to the game to reenable the crosshairs, at which point you can exit this pathetic excuse to steal my $10 by hitting Commnad + Q.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people