Everybody wants to rule the world! Achieve global power with EVIL GENIUS, the one and only complete world domination simulator. All the everyday tasks of the deliciously wicked mastermind are available to experience and master from building your ultra-secret base to developing spectacular super-weapons to carry out your nefarious master plan. How evil are you?Read full description
"Everywhere you look there's another cute animation and another cool gadget. Combine this with an addictive research tree and a challenging campaign, and you have yourself a great combination of "Dungeon Keeper" and "Austin Powers"" - PCformat.co.uk
"The excellent balancing of gameplay and humor make this game a worthy companion piece to VU Games' superlative "No One Lives Forever" franchise." - GameCritics.com
Everybody wants to rule the world! Achieve global power with EVIL GENIUS, the one and only complete world domination simulator. All the everyday tasks of the deliciously wicked mastermind are available to experience and master from building your ultra-secret base to developing spectacular super-weapons to carry out your nefarious master plan. How evil are you?
Choose from 3 notorious Evil Genius characters to serve as your icon and represent you in your quest for power.
Create the ultimate doomsday device and use it to achieve total global domination.
Create your lair with over 300 items including kung fu academies, rocket caverns, and laboratories.
Use ingenious traps and wicked “interrogation” devices to toy with and dispatch obnoxious overdressed government agents.
Manage your minions as you train them in treacherous trades such as experimental research programs, heavy weapons usage, and international sabotage.
Recruit dastardly henchmen to patrol your base, take out your enemies, and undertake outrageous missions to increase your power and notoriety.
Game contents and software © 2004 Rebellion. All rights reserved. Evil Genius and the Evil Genius logo are trademarks of Rebellion. All rights reserved. Elixir Studios and the Elixir Studios logo are trademarks of Rebellion. All rights reserved. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.
This game is my personal classic favourite. It was the first full game I bought back in 2006 and since then I've had a lot of nostalgic fun with it. The overall the graphics are still satisfactory in terms of the art style, the gameplay is solid and fun, and the overall story is positively parodistic with good pretty good humour and fun. I enjoy this, many more people should too.
Great game if you like a simpler dwarf fortress with spy movie themes. My only complaint is that it slows down a bit when you have to send your henchmen to steal cash rather than preform acts of notoriety. The interface can also be a bit clumsy if you're used to modern games.
This game is a masterpiece. It was made ages ago, and still looks and runs really good. If I could, I would buy this game over and over again every time it pops out on store. Anyone who enjoys playing strategy and being evil, MUST try this game. I wish they would make a 2nd part, maybe I should KickStart it.
Did you ever want to destroy the world with a push of a button? Then look no further!! This game is the perfect strategy game for all you evil geniuses out there. You get to pick from three kickass villains who want to destroy the local "007" and control the world for themselves. You get to plan ways to take over the world by building your base, however you want it, setting traps for unsuspecting 00 agents, hiring new mercenaries to complete your evil deeds world wide, and by pushing a button to see your rival fall down to their doom.
Let your inner mastermind reign supreme in Evil Genius, a fun filled romp through a tongue-in-chic swinging 60s spy pastiche. The core gameplay revolves around building your secret volcano lair and managing your corps of henchmen and nameless minions, balancing their everyday needs with your goals of research, covert criminal operations and eventually, world domination. It's great fun, and the Austin Powers meets Dungeon Keeper comparisons are apt, and deserved. Something that sets Evil Genius apart is the aesthetic. It operates in an exaggerated art style where everything is a caricature of 1960s tropes. You'll build absurd traps and torture devices, including an oversized blender or a slowly moving laser beam, and your subordinates walk about in brightly colored jumpsuits, hunched over banks of consoles. It's bright and cartoony, and doesn't take itself very seriously. Thumbs up for this one for sure!
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