||(Win95/98/Me/2000/XP) (DVD Case) (INGIANT2PR)
Game / Strategy
Build a Business Empire... That Will
Survive The Century...
This brand-new business simulation starts in America at the
turn of the 19th to the 20th century. Trade and economy range from the rise of
industrial revolution to the age of information technologies. The player, as in
Industry Giant, again takes over the role of an super-entrepreneur, trying to
establish a global organization by managing the buying of resources, processing
products, logistics and sales. As expected, this successor offers significantly
more than the first Industry Giant.
Take on the role of an entrepreneur in the year
1900. Experience the new industrial era marked by the beginning of mass
production, and steer your company through turbulent times right up to the age
Your task is not easy, as you alone are responsible for
extracting and processing raw materials, selecting a site, building
transportation networks, and overseeing sales and advertising. But don't worry,
as the innovative pop-up menu system, an interactive tutorial, and the
easy-to-understand rules of play all make it extremely easy for you to get
For the first time, the player has the option to
interact with his/her opponent; play as a team or play against each other.
The player faces a significantly wider range of
resources and final products, including resources which depend on weather.
Seasonal demand for products require the player to
carefully plan storage for finished goods.
The exchange of goods can only be managed via storage.
The information on how much is available can be retrieved by the player at all
times. This provides better control over the product cycle.
These product cycles can be interrupted, meaning that
wheat can be grown and sold without further processes. This makes it easier for
Over 50 means of transportation; from simple coaches to
trucks and steam-engines, to locomotives, and of course a wide range of ships.
Differing climates bring changes to the game-play and
add to the complexity of strategic planning.
Detailed buildings and vehicles; with transparent
Windows 95/98/2000/Me/XP: Pentium II 350 MHz, 64 MB
RAM , Direct X 8.0 3D graphics card with 16 MB RAM 16-bit soundcard 8 x CD-ROM
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