From Road 2 Success Games:
The Road 2 Success puts your in control of your very own record label fighting it out with other AI controlled labels for the battle for the top of the charts. An extensive database full of artists, managers, producers, writers, studios and loads more and you can even create your very own database! Bands split, replace members, you can watch a live awards show, will your artist pick up best Rock Band or best Pop singer. The game is currently in BETA status but it is not due to stay there long and after this is complete the game will enter a continuous development stage. The game is very similar to Chart wars, if you ever played it you can rest assured that the developer was a fan.
What's new in this version: Multiple bug fixes and exit from Beta.
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