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Specification for Tropico

Main Features
Genre Strategy

Features:
  • As the newly installed dictator of a Caribbean island, create a good life for your people
  • Various internal and external political facets and activities; follow a socialist or capitalist path
  • Build your population from a mere 35 to a bustling 500 unique individuals
  • More than 45 different characters with up to 50 separate attributes for each
  • 80 different buildings including sports arenas, cathedrals, airports, and more
    Platforms:
    Macintosh
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    Latest Reviews

    ★★★★★
    Tropico

    “This game is so addictive i love build em games and...”

    Written on: 06/09/2009

    This game is so addictive i love build em games and this is by far the one i enjoy the most. fair enough if you havnt played it much it is extremely hard to keep yourself in power but.... once you have played 5 or more times you will not be dissapointed. in my eyes a great build em game. cant wait till Tropico 3 is released in October… Read Full Review

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    Tropico

    “Tropico seemed like a good absorbing game when I first...”

    Written on: 16/09/2005 by hazxan (3 reviews written)

    Tropico seemed like a good absorbing game when I first played it. It's a 'builder' game, broadly similar to Sim City and the Caesar/Pharaoh series of games. You build houses, hospitals, farms, and industrial buildings on a small island. If you do it well, the people like you, the population increases, your cash increases, and you can build bigger stuff.

    The problem, is that having finished one island, I adjusted the settings and started another, and quickly found that it was all exactly the… Read Full Review

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    Tropico

    “Tropico is a challenging management game where you run...”

    Written on: 03/08/2004 by British 241 (11 reviews written)

    Tropico is a challenging management game where you run an island in the Carribean but can easily be chucked out if you make the wrong moves. It can become quite hard depending on the pregame scenario you set (e.g amount of plants, minerals, initial population, leader's qualities, etc.) and the scenario that gets set during the game (e.g amount of remaining funds, popularity of civilians and military, etc.).

    The game is generally "a make your own objectives up" game like Simcity 4. This quality… Read Full Review

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    Tropico

    “Tropico is a very addictive game. Particularly if...”

    Written on: 05/11/2003 by redbaron (16 reviews written)

    Tropico is a very addictive game. Particularly if you're a would-be megalomaniac! Be Fidel Castro or Papadoc Duvalier and run your own Caribbean island from 1950 however you please. You can set your own character qualities but must also set flaws. You can choose the way you came to power which affects the way people in your country view you, it also can affect your foreign relations with USSR and the US. The game is multi-layered you can play your own scenarios or the pre-set ones that… Read Full Review

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