jamotide says: It has been called The Thinking Mans Civilization and it does not disappoint. The economic system is addictive and unique. The replay value is incredible, the fun comes from perfecting your strategy until you master "Nigh-on Impossible".
jamotide says: This game completely blew me away when it was released. For half a year I could not do anything else but play this game. If you ever wanted a worthy successor to the likes of Heroes 3, Age of Wonders or Master of Magic, the time has come!
jamotide says: Ok so this does not have the large scale of the previous two games, but the unique blend of strategy,RPG and realtime fights make this game worthy of this list. While the game seems difficult in the beginning, lots of fun can be had mastering it.
jamotide says: It starts out as a simple trading game, but develops into a complex resource management and planning exercise. You will have to think alot about how to supply the cities with the goods they demand. A business sim fan's dream.
jamotide says: Just as good as the original, but slightly different. The economic model is a bit adjusted to make food supply more important. The combat system is much improved and diplomacy less useful. Worth playing for variety during breaks from Imperialism 1.
jamotide says: This business sim was used at Stanford and Harvard as a "world-class, hands-on learning experience". It simulates the production and sale of common household products. Retail prices are made up of brand,cost and quality, all under your control.
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