Business Simulator, the interactive game created by UBS that lets users create their own business simulations, has been updated with new features to make it more realistic, according to a UBS spokesperson.
The company said the update also includes more realistic physics simulation.
The game, which is designed to teach people how to get rich in a new business, has over 2 million downloads.
The UBS game is available on the UBS AppStore, Google Play, Microsoft Store and the U.S. App Store.
The update includes a new skill tree, which lets users design their own unique business.
The new skills include selling software, marketing software, web hosting, customer service, customer engagement, and more.
“In this update we are updating the game so it is easier to create and play your own business simulation,” the spokesperson said in an email.
The app also has updated graphics, including the addition of an interactive water fountain.
It also has new skills, such as business simulation, customer acquisition, and customer loyalty.
UBS said the game also has improved graphics and a brand new user interface.
Business Simulator is the latest business simulator from the company.
It was created in partnership with the World Economic Forum and the Institute for Global Business and Political Affairs, the U, a business think tank, the think tank said.
U.K.-based business simulation software firm UBS earlier this month launched the UBC Business Simulator game for free on its App Store and Google Play store.