You'll need to play music in Big Ambitions to keep customers happy. Learn how to buy speakers and play music in your store here.

Big Ambitions: How to Play Music in Your Store

You'll need to play music in Big Ambitions to keep customers happy. Learn how to buy speakers and play music in your store here.

Knowing how to play music in your store will keep customers humming about in Big Ambitions, the business management sim by Hovgaard Games. Experiencing the life of a self-starter, you’ll learn all it takes to run a successful biz, and no one wants to shop in absolute silence (talk about awkward).

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This Big Ambitions guide will show you step-by-step how to bring music to your store, and it’s totally worth it because the game actually boasts some good tracks.

How to Play Music in Your Store

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First things first: to play music in your store, you’ll need to locate the furniture store to buy speakers. Head to your Voogle Maps, and select the Furniture Store filter tab from the menu that appears on the right side.

Navigate to the south end of the map, and you’ll see a big building in blue. This is Ika Bohag, the game’s furniture store. Click the building to make the navigation appear in your game.

Now that you’ve clicked the building, exit Voogle Maps. You’ll see the distance to the building in meters. Of course, we recommend traveling by car. The store has a designated parking lot, too, which you can see on the Voogle Map.

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After you’ve parked, enter the store. If you arrive before or after hours, take a nap in your car to kill time. Once the store has opened, head inside. We found the JayBeeel Loudspeaker 2 available for $400 in the fourth room.

The store resembles a certain Swedish-meatball furniture store that most of us are probably familiar with, so you’ll have to shop from the furniture set-ups rather than shelves.

Once you’ve picked up the speakers, head to the checkout counter.  You can follow the arrows on the ground to find your way out. Then, head back to your car and load up the speakers in your storage. Drive back to your store, which you can navigate to from Voogle Maps.

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Once you’ve arrived, park your car and grab the speakers from your car’s storage. Then, head inside your store and place the speakers like you would any item. Once you’ve placed it, you’ll need to get the tunes bumpin’.

Click the speakers, and click the Toggle Radio button, then turn up the volume by adjusting the slider on top. You’ve now brought music to your store, and customers will have a better experience for it. 

Well, that’s it for our guide on how to play music in your store. Stay tuned with us for future guides on Big Ambitions.

Feature image via Hogvaard Games.


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