Hello people of ROBLOX, WoodReviewer here. Today I am taking a look at The Donald Trump Tycoon. This is the third or fourth time I’ve written this review. Honestly not sure how I should handle it since basically no matter what jokes I make will cause some drama on Twitter or something, and I really don’t feel like dealing with drama today since I’m looking forward to a nice, relaxing weekend chopping firewood. So instead of trying to make some witty commentary I am just going to review the wood. Also, if you are one of the creators of the game, I’m sorry if your game gets taken down as a result of this since quite a few ROBLOX employees (hi bob) follow me and may see it. Your tycoon system was surprisingly good, especially compared to other Trump cash-in games on Steam and elsewhere. But now onto the wood grain.
One large issue i the game were table legs. As you can see, they use improper horizontal wood grain rather than the correct vertical wood grain. This is an issue when the same table is re-used multiple times in one building upgrade.
Multiple money making buildings.
And the same issue with table legs remains in non-money buildings, such as the banks.
Unfortunately, the issues with bad vertical wood grain did not stop at the tables. They continued on with the vertical boards in the spray tan shop.
The sign for the early upgrade for Trump Tower.
And then the inside of trump tower on the building frame and bed supports.
The upgraded version of Trump Tower also had bad wood grain, this time on the vertican and horizontal parts of the sign for the tower. Only both parts had improper wood grain, rather than just one or the other.
Speaking of signs, the Guest Deportation sign had improper wood grain as well.
And even with the upgraded version, it still had bad wood grain.
And that was The Donald Trump Tycoon. If anyone else is confused with the following image, it was simply my tycoon after I finished. No, I’m not sure what is with the random red, white, and blue dots surrounding me, or why Trump has an AK47 rather than an American gun, but I really don’t care.
Overall, the wood grain was very poor, with even simple items such as doors having improper wood grain. It was clear by how the wood was positioned that no care was made to use wood grain correctly and it was just placed as if the wood grain texture did not exist. So while the tycoon did have some good points, the wood grain failed the rest of the place terribly.