TROPICO RELOADED is the ultimate game compilation for hobby-dictators and those dreaming of their own Caribbean island. Tropico combines real-time strategy and simulation elements with a healthy dose of political intrigue and Caribbean flair to create a unique and critically acclaimed game experience.
As the newly instated dictator of an obscure Caribbean Island, you will build a path of progress for your sapling nation, overcoming poverty, strife and other evils – or will you? Maybe you’ll rub your hands in glee as you crack the whip, erect hotels and stash your millions away in a Swiss bank account! Whichever – you’re certain to have a whole lot of fun! Combining building-oriented gameplay with a healthy dose of Latin American political intrigue - Tropico bundles it all up in a fun, totally original and utterly addictive package.
Tropico: Paradise Island
The official expansion for the original game not only brings natural disasters like tropical storms but also new tourist attractions to your island. Face the challenges of tons of new scenarios, prove yourself a worthy leader to your own people and make Tropico a paradise for wealthy visitors from overseas.
Tropico 2: Pirate Cove As a feared Pirate King, you have to keep both your buccaneers and prisoners under control and send your ships on the prowl for treasury. Apart from an entirely new setting, the official sequel to the original Tropico offers gameplay improvements, new features and scenarios.
Includes the original Tropico, the expansion Paradise Island and Tropico 2: Pirate Cove
Over 100 scenarios
Random map generator for an infinite number of challenges
I don't have many management games, but the moment I started Tropico the moment I started loving them. Tropico is actually a really hard game. Feedback could be better because sometimes you are not sure about what's failing in your island. Sometimes you receive great income and sometimes you just don't earn any money and you don't know the reasons for it. Building just one building could be the difference between success or failure. Tropico would take a lot of time to be mastered, but it is so fun and it has so lovely sense of humour you don't mind being that hard. I'm one of those weird ones who liked Tropico 2 even more than the original one. It lost its essence but the game was great as it focused in social management rather than money. Instead of thousands of good things it featured hundreds of awesome things. It was a little more repetitive, but more accesible. Both games are worth it in its own way. They've also aged well..
Tycoon, sim game, strategy or just dictator simulation... no matter how you will describe this game, the title says everything. Tropico, like tropic island. Tropico Reloaded is pack of 3 games: Tropico, expansion set for Tropico and Tropico 2. Those 3 games will manage to eat every free hours in your daily life. The options of how you can play in Tropico are many. You build and try (or not) to make your own people happy, provide them food and house, and try to make as much money as you can from tourist. There are plenty of scenarios but trust me, most fun in games like that are free play/sandbox mode, where you do whatever you want, building your own tropic empire to be to your like. Paradise Island (expansion for Tropico 1) give you even more buildings, new tourists and scenarios. As for Tropico 2, instead of selling your own products you are a pirate, plundering a innocent people and selling their goods. As for people catched... just ransom their families, or make they your own slaves! Tropico 2 is much different game from the first one, but it's also amazing. It will sure deliver thousands of hours, Tropico: Reloaded is must have for people that are looking for great tycoon games.
Well what can I say without sounding as absolutely bias of these two games as I am. Ah Tropico, I remember buying this on disc upon release (the most money I had ever spent on a title back in the day) and boy was I not disappointed. The first Tropico is quite simple to get started but lots of things to keep an eye out for from very early on. You need to build in almost like a food chain sort of way, give people accommodation, build farms to feed them, start to locate where your valuable deposits sit and try and keep areas of good growing for the rarer more valuable commodities (tobacco, sugar etc) not too close to the large apartment buildings else you will soon find the good growing areas become harder to farm a good amount of crop. I must admit to never really exploring the tourist side of this game very often and felt a desire to try and keep my islanders as happy as I could, rather than exploit the tourist side for a quick influx of money. I did prefer to play sandbox so to speak rather than the campaigns as my style of gameplay is never too good at completing missions and I always in any sim/managment game err towards freeplay as I get the most enjoyment for me personally from this way of play. Tropico 2 Pirate Cove, I was like an excited child when this came out and again was not disappointed by the new feel of how you had to run your island as a cross between islanders happiness/obedience and catering to the pirates that could bring you much needed experienced tradespersons that would enrich your potential to grow. I never did go down the keep the workers under the most fear route but tried to find that happy medium instead. Loved the introduction of what you wanted your pirate boats to do, whether it be pillage other land areas for people, engage in battle with other ships for goods or explore your surrounding areas to see where other countries held their bases. My own personal favourite thing to do on the original Tropico game was once I had a fair few farms, factories and industries creating trade items to send off from the docks, was to zoom in as close as possible to the docks and revel in the details of fish, ores, sacks of grain etc arriving in piles to be shipped away. Back in the day it was the most detailed thing I had seen as this game came out around the time of my first personal computer (I grew up with the Spectrum generation lol) and I got months of gameplay out of both of these games. I still have all my old CD's of these games, I even rebought the original when what we now know as DLC came out with extra stuff to build etc. Another oldie that floats this oldies boat (excuse the pun).
You take control of a Caribbean island as a dictator- you can be the good guy or the bad guy, it's all up to you. Be the boss, make the choices and see the consequences. Fans of games such as Theme Park, Theme Hospital, Sim City etc should definitely check it out. Also includes the original Tropico.
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