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4 1/2 stars from Computer Gaming World
Present Day Situation. Stardate 2927:
New Earth is now a thriving community. Self sufficient, stable and free from conflict and disease. The question of the Colony's day to day survival is no longer an issue for concern. Slowly we have developed to this point, avoiding the mistakes of our Old Earth ancestors and now our eyes are turning outwards to the stars. What lies out there? Is there life on other worlds? Could we colonize other planets in our Solar System? Inevitably our eyes will wander further across the void, to the distant Sun that warms the planet of our forefathers. What has happened since we left there, or more importantly perhaps, what happened to make us leave?
It has been decided that the prime directive of the new administration will be to accomplish a reunion between the Old Earth and the New. We have bided our time and consolidated our position. Now we feel that the time is ripe to start this ambitious venture. This is the test that we feel inexorable drawn to, the unavoidable fate of our people. It is our destiny...
Requirements: IBM compatible 386 or better, VGA graphics, CD-ROM mouse, supports Sound Blaster compatible and Gravis UltraSound sound cards.
Computer Gaming World, December 1994
"Three hundred years ago, your ancestors were sent far, far away to settle another planet. Inevitably, the galactic map was lost, so you'll have the search for your ancestors from scratch. Reunion, with its combination of space exploration and planet building, builds on themes from several classic games. The game resembles SimCity as you construct new colonies and, hopefully, keep them happy with low tax rate and a high standard of living. A Master of Orion influence is apparent in how you research and develop new technologies, while simultaneously waging war with bloodthirsty aliens. Making strategic decisions in real time is reminiscent of Pax Imperia. And that's not even scratching the surface. As a matter of fact, we often had so much to do that we became overwhelmed. Reunion is an imaginative game that could have benefited from an option for turn-based play."
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