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Lumber Tycoon 2 is the sequel to the 2008 classic Lumber Tycoon. It had 10,000 online players on the first day of release, for hours. It currently has three major fan-based groups, the Lumber Tycoon 2 Fans, Lumber Tycoon 2 Wiki, and Lumber Chat Discord. Even though the place was created on July 31, 2009, the game went into development in early 2015.


The objective of the game is to chop trees, sell wood, and purchase items and equipment. There are vehicles to purchase and you can buy a sawmill to increase the value of your planks. The game has controller support as well, one of the leaders in this innovation there are some secret locations too.

The game has many areas to explore, such as the Volcano, Taiga, and Maze. Players have the ability to create and customize their own unique structures that they can build on their land.

Harvesting Wood

There are many types of trees in the game. To chop down a tree, you must obtain and use an axe. Any player can buy one at the Wood R Us, the cheapest one being the Basic Hatchet for $12 Money. Once you obtain an axe, use the left mouse button to swing the axe. If the axe swings at the trunk or branch of the tree, it will leave a black mark. The black mark slowly increases in length into a line as you hit the tree more in the same spot. When the black mark reaches to the other side, the tree falls.

Selling Wood

Logs can be dropped off onto the conveyor belts around the right side of Wood 'R' Us for money or can be converted into planks through a sawmill at the player's base and then brought to the exchange to be sold for even more money.


Lumber Tycoon 2 - Wood-R-Us

Stores sell different items for players to advance or decorate their base. There are currently 7 stores in the game, and the most known store, being located right in front of the spawn point, is Wood R Us. It sells many items that both starters and professionals will need, from axes to blueprints, sawmills to wiring items and etc. Other stores include Fancy Furnishings, Boxed Cars, the Fine Arts Shop, Link's Logic and Bob's shack.

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