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Mr Creosote
1999
Genre:
Strategy
Theme:
War / Text-based / Politics / Humour
Language:
Deutsch
Licence:
Freeware
System:
PC
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15333

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Mr Creosote:
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Mr Creosote (2000-08-22) [hide]

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A remake of the C64 classic Imperator.

Written as a school project together with another wannabe programmer in Turbo Pascal. It's not quite as complex as the original, but still quite nice in multiplayer mode. Unfortunately, the second (extended) version never made it past the planning stage.

The first version was ported to the TI-92 and became a big hit in the school in this version ;)

Disclaimer: This is not a review, because I made this game myself and therefore can't be objective about it. Hence the rating.

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Comments (2) [hide] [Post comment]

Mr Creosote (2013-06-14):

Here is a recent article about the author of Imperator: http://m.spiegel.de/karriere/berufsleben/a-899120.html. Apparently, he is a member of the Giga Society, a club of people above the IQ of 196.

Mr Creosote (2002-04-19):

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Along with Kaiser, this game defined the 'ruler-genre' for years to come! The premise is simple: make your country strong and stable inwards to conquer your neighbours.

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