||(Win95/98) (Jewel Case w/ Manual) (ECOEASTAPJ)
Ages: 14 to adult
Eco East Africa is an absolutely amazing simulation
game that takes you to Ethemba, a fictional East African game park. Inside
Ethemba you'll discover animated three dimensional animals, stunning
landscapes, and changing seasons all in unbelievable photorealistic detail.
As Ethemba's game warden, it's your job to manage the game
park's delicate ecosystem. However, unlike other simulation games, you are not
watching everything from "above" with unlimited and unrealistic powers of
control. ECO East Aftrica is in first person perspective, you are
actually in the environment itself, with only your intelligence, staff of
rangers, and the meager resources of a game warden to help you manage the game
Inside Eco East Africa, you will discover the
delicate relationships between man and nature that make environmental
conservation an exciting life or death experience.
Your challenge is to manage Ethemba, a large game park
in East Africa. Ethemba is home to endless grasslands, rugged mountains and
thousands of beautiful animals.
Staffing, travel, budgets and tourism are just a few of
your responsibilities. To effectively manage the game park you must react
quickly to changing conditions.
Watching the animals wander through the park is just
one of the rewards of your job. You will be amazed to see how they can survive
despite so many dangers.
Your assistant ranger and tourism director are just two
of the resources you'll want to tap into. Their valuable experience could help
you balance this delicate ecosystem.
Another elephant killed. If you don't take immediate
action, poaching could get completely out of hand. Perhaps you can deploy
rangers to this area and prevent further poaching.
No game warden has unlimited resources. You'll need to
correspond with various people and agencies, Your efforts are absolutely
critical to the park's future success.
As game warden, you will encounter one challenge after
another. There will be circumstances beyond your control and predicaments you
can't possibly anticipate. But with careful planning a little luck you can make
486/25 MHz or better, 4MB RAM (8MB recommended), Microsoft
Windows 3.1 or Windows 95/98, double speed CD-ROM drive, 256 color VGA card or
better, sound card (Sound Blaster 16 compatible), stereo speakers or
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