|| Capitalism II
||(Win95/98/Me/2000/XP) (Retail) (CAPITAL2PR)
Publisher: Enlight Software /
Game: Business Simulation
89 from Action Trip
The Business Simulation for those Who
Create and control the business empire of your dreams. This
in-depth strategy game covers almost every aspect of business that could be
encountered in the real world.
Use marketing, manufacturing, purchasing, importing,
retailing and more to become a corporate CEO. Capitalism II features 2 new
campaigns - The Capitalist Campaign and the Entrepreneur Campaign - plus an
in-depth tutorial to make the most complex business strategy a breeze to
This is the most comprehensive business simulation
New multiplayer game for up to 7 players
Hire and fire upper management positions such as Chief
Operating Officer, Chief Marketing Officer, and Chief Technical Officer.
Develop your own technology or acquire it from another
Expand your corporation into a true conglomerate; get
ink on your fingers and take to the airwaves with your newspaper publishers, TV
and radio stations
Win95/98/Me/2000/XP: Pentium II 233 MHz or
higher, 64 MB RAM (128 MB recommended), 4x CD-ROM drive, 250 MB free hard disk
space, DirectX 8.0 compatible video card, DirectX 8 compatible sound card.
Multiplayer: 2-7 Players: 56.6 kbps or faster
connection for Internet play, TCP/IP or IPX compliant network.
Action Trip by Dusan "Lynx"
"...Capitalism II is a sequel of a very successful game
which appeared on the market five years ago, achieving something that no game
achieved since - giving the players a chance to experience all the thrills of
creating an economic empire, in a realistic and more importantly, fun way. The
success of the original Capitalism is further proved
by fact that some schools of economy around the globe started using it for
"What makes Capitalism II really different from its
predecessor is the higher level of diversification in all business aspects and
advanced AI. It is no more possible to sell any product in general stores;
medicines are now sold in drug stores, food in groceries, etc. this move was a
big risk for the development team, as it might have easily turned the game in a
chaotic nightmare. Fortunately, they used their best skill and knowledge to
turn all this into clear and intuitive statistics showing all details
concerning the retailers, and supply and demand."
"Even though Capitalism II looks indisputably far more
mature than its predecessors, it still has room for further improvements. This
doesn't mean that I think this game has any flaws; I just think that one day,
with a bit of luck, we might get to play Capitalism III, in which you will be
able to take the next logical step in business development and engage in
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