Shoppe Keep

Shoppe Keep Badge
From slaying dragons to everyday fetch quests, skilled adventurers need a one-stop shoppe to purchase essential wares. As the Shoppe Keeper, your business will become the busy hub for these epic warriors and mages.




Shoppe Keep Screenshot 1Shoppe Keep Screenshot 2Shoppe Keep Screenshot 3Shoppe Keep Screenshot 4Shoppe Keep Screenshot 5Shoppe Keep Screenshot 6Shoppe Keep Screenshot 7Shoppe Keep Screenshot 8Shoppe Keep Screenshot 9Shoppe Keep Screenshot 10


The skill is to shrewdly set the price of each item and watch the money roll in - too expensive and you will find your stock shrinking as stealing increases. Deal with thieves quickly with a swing of your sword or a zap from a lightning spell!
Price your wares competitively and adventurers will travel from miles around to your one-stop shop to spend their gold.

Four memorable characters will visit your store, including a hardened warrior, magical mage, sneaky rogue and wise druid. Each of these character types will seek to purchase items relating to their skill set - a warrior will be hard pressed to take a flimsy magical robe into close quarter’s battle!

You have a daring clientele to add pressure to your role as a shop keeper. After beating up goblins and even battling the great ol’ Dragonclaw they can be a little aggresive. This might mean your displays can be spoilt and tables and shelves damaged. They are not too careful about bringing in dirt from the street either!

However help is at hand! As the owner of the store you’ll be armed with awesome tools for combating these issues. The broom will sweep away dirt brought in from your customers and the hammer will repair furniture damaged by these extraordinary visitors. A few sweeps and a couple of swings means your shop will be in tip top shape. Expand your empire and you can employ an army of “Helper Bots” – the latest in imaginary technology.

Set your prices too high and your customers may think twice about investing their hard won (or stolen) gold in your shop. They’ll throw the dice and attempt to steal it right under your nose! A quick swing of the sword or a zap of a magic spell can make quick work of these thieves. But be cautious not to hit any innocent bystanders or you’ll suffer the monetary penalty of paying a high fee!

And let’s not forget the Barbarians, they live on the outskirts of the city, regularly invading the town, and if your shop is popular enough will cause as much damage and destruction as possible. They will even fight you directly if you try to stop them. Eliminate a few dozen barbarians and they’ll invite a much larger friend to come and visit you.

It’s tough running a shop, as there are often not enough hours in the day to go out and procure new items. Thankfully, you can employ a champion that can be unlocked in the skill tree. Select a class, equip them with your finest armour and weapons, and send them out to bring back new wares. Some of these items can be sold, some are junk and others can be crafted into more powerful gear.
Your champion will need to gain experience. The first time out they may fall in battle, and whilst they will not return with any new goods, the experience will have taught them valuable skills that will improve their chances next time.

“Helper Bots” are your robotic staff team. The MK III was created by a Gobliness engineer to increase the artificial intelligence of this mechanical chap. Originally, these bots would break down and refuse to acknowledge orders. However a few bugs have been ironed out and the MK III is the latest in robotic technology.

The helper bot has three duties; zapping thieves who attempt to steal from your shop, picking up items that customers may have thrown to the floor, and restocking items back on the shelves. You can purchase several helper bots to help run your shop, and to help automate the process of running your shop.
  • Manage your own shoppe, from ordering stock, setting prices and placing stock for sale
  • Design your own shoppe layout by ordering tables, shelves and weapon racks
  • Unlock new abilities and perks in the skill menu, including gardening, alchemy, the grinder and higher tier stock
  • Use the helper bot to collect items thrown by customers, zap thieves and restock items
  • Create a champion, select its class and send them out on adventures
  • Arm yourself with a sword and magic spells to defend your shoppe from cheeky thieves and destructive barbarians
  • Maintain your shoppe using the hammer to repair furniture and the broom to sweep away dirt (And corpses)
  • Cycles through 4 seasons, with each season featuring a most wanted item. Frost Resists potions sell best in Winter etc.
All rights reserved Merge Games@2015. All rights reserved Excalibur Publishing @2015.


Windows Requirements:Important Notes:
OS: Windows 7 or above
Processor: Dual core CPU 2.4 GHz or above
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Dedicated video card with at least 1GB memory
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 900 MB available space
  • Requires Steam and a Steam Account to play Windows version.
Linux Requirements:Important Notes:
Processor: Intel Core i3 or equivalent
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Dedicated graphics card with 512MB memory
Storage: 500 MB available space
  • Requires Steam and a Steam Account to play Linux version.

Reviews, Ratings & Comments


From 11 Shoppers

Your Rating

Shopper Reviews

  1. A decent attempt.
    by lewis35437, United Kingdom - Mar 9th 2017

    Not as fun or as long lasting as Recettear, but this is still a good attempt to make a shop management game.

    No feedback given on this review.Was this helpful? Yes No
  2. Boi Its best game ever
    by David H.11, Canada - Dec 20th 2016

    This shop fulfills my weed selling dreams in the best way possible (10/10 IGN)

    No feedback given on this review.Was this helpful? Yes No
  3. Fantasy shop management worth trying.
    by Allie Collins, USA - Mar 13th 2016

    This is a fun game, where you run a fantasy shop and deal with customers that you would typically be playing as, in other games. It is filled with busy work, which has been tweaked over time, so it has gotten better. To some, it may be too much. For someone like me, I can handle it. I think it is a game worth checking out.

    No feedback given on this review.Was this helpful? Yes No

More By Merge Games