Jones in the Fast Lane

Genre: Simulator

Platforms: PC DOS

Jones in the Fast Lane is a life simulation game developed and published by Sierra Entertainment in 1990. The objective of the game is to attain certain amounts of money, happiness, status, and education. The exact amounts needed are defined by the player(s) when the game begins. The game's name and goals are a play on the concept of keeping up with the Joneses. As of 2006, the game was unofficially ported to Adobe Flash.... Read More

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2 reviews

Great 100%

This was one of the first games I ever played on the PC back in the 90s, its a mix between a role playing game and a financial education title. Basically the idea is to sucess in life by getting a job, house wife ect. Its an amazing tutorial on how to get on in the world and has stuck with me ever since. The idea that your happiness increases as your status, or education does really relates to how real life is. Even if its a very basic idea, I fo... Read More