Tropico 6

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Tropico 6 for PC is a construction, management and political simulation game in which the player takes on the persona of El Presidente, the leader of a small tropical island nation. The game is a great one for those who like to people watch, as you can set events into motion and then sit back and watch cause and effect ripple outwards, just tweaking small features as and when they are needed . About the Game Your actions as President have an impact on the behaviour and productivity of the ci...
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Tropico 6 for PC is a construction, management and political simulation game in which the player takes on the persona of El Presidente, the leader of a small tropical island nation. The game is a great one for those who like to people watch, as you can set events into motion and then sit back and watch cause and effect ripple outwards, just tweaking small features as and when they are needed .

About the Game


Your actions as President have an impact on the behaviour and productivity of the citizens. They can even stage a protest and revolt against your rule if you are deemed to be that bad a ruler!

As well as being able to customise the look of your El Presidente – including making her female if you so desire, you can also customise the presential palace.

You have to balance economic needs against military might and also factor in happiness and prosperity for the people. It is a delicate balance that makes the game absorbing – and so satisfying when you get it just right!

Sandbox or Campaign?


You can play both ways in this game, keeping an eye on the citizenry and trying to work out solutions to problems or you can explore widely, doing your own thing and just keeping enough of an eye on the demands of the game to stop full-scale revolution from bringing you down.

There is a total of fifteen story missions to play through, but you will have fun whichever way you decide to play: why not mix it up a bit and do both, playing the sandbox in between missions?

Free Will of the Citizenry


The game has a good balance between opposing desires and needs: each town needs a military base of some kind to keep the nation safe from external threats, but this reduces the individual liberty of each citizen nearby.

The absorbing interest in the game comes from finding just the right balance between military might and personal freedom, between communism and industry, between, in short, all the black and white decisions that would tip the balance of power over into unrest or rebellion.

Bridges Over the Water


In other games in the series, the play has been limited to just one island – in this one, it is possible to build bridges (but only in the right time frame, see below for more) to connect small archipelagos together.

Four Eras to Play Through


The game requires players to lead the nation through several decades, from being a colonial base right through to modern times. Here is a brief run-down of each period of time:

  • The Colonial Era: this is the only timed era – you need to be independent before your governorship end, but you can extend your time by completing missions from the crown. While in this era, it is good to plan for the future by starting off businesses that will grow in time to provide you with a handsome income once you have become independent. Try not to open too many mines now: their resources are finite and will run out if started too soon

  • The Wars Era: while wars rage all around you, this is the time to grow and educate your population, starting up new industries getting a college and high school going. Tunnels and bridges give you access to new lands, and you can expand and industrialise to ensure economic prosperity. Your fledgling nation will grow well: but be wary. It is easy to get overstretched and cause a financial collapse

  • The Cold War Era: ally yourself with either East or West, becoming a friend of either the Axis or the Allies. Whichever one you befriend will install an Embassy on your island, giving you missions and information. You must choose from three options: nuclear, tourism or political as a direction for your nation

  • The Modern Era: in a world populated by five superpowers, your previously chosen path becomes highly important, with hotels springing up for tourists, nuclear power plants for the nuclear option and so on

  • Tropico 6 for PC is available for purchase on Instant Gaming for a fraction of its retail price. You will receive an official key and be able to play the game in seconds. Play smart. Pay less.

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    • OS *: Windows 7 64-bit
    • Processor: AMD or Intel, 3 GHz (AMD A10 7850K, Intel i3-2000)
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: AMD/NVIDIA dedicated GPU, 2GB dedicated VRAM (Radeon HD 7870, Geforce GTX 750)
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 16 GB available space

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    Tropico 6 Review

    Tropico 6 is a city-building simulation game where you play as the dictator of a tropical island nation. The game features a variety of gameplay modes, including a campaign mode, sandbox mode, and multiplayer mode.

    The campaign mode is a series of missions in which you must complete various objectives to progress. The sandbox mode allows you to build your own island nation without any restrictions. The multiplayer mode allows you to compete with other players to see who can build the best island nation.

    Tropico 6 is a well-made and enjoyable game. It features a variety of content to keep players entertained for hours on end. The game is also quite challenging, and it can be difficult to master.

    Overall, Tropico 6 is a great city-building simulation game. It is a must-play for fans of the genre.

    Score: 8/10
    • Variety of gameplay modes
    • Challenging and rewarding gameplay
    • Humorous tone and writing
    • The economy can be difficult to manage
    • The AI can be unpredictable and frustrating
    • The game can be buggy and unstable
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    Save games are often currupted and you need to restart from begining. It is very anoying, I played for 7 hours, had many save games as backup and suddenly all of them are corrupted. I dont think I would ever buy Kalypso games again.
    • Corrupted save games
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    Big fan of series so maximum points. If you love funny management/city building games buy it.Just hope they put out more free content for the game(old gamer here,hater of dlc stuff).You will have ton of fun with this game 100/100
    • Funny
    • Mechanics
    • tons of fun
    • Same as all Tropico games
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    I am a big Tropico Fan since i started playing Tropico 3 and Tropico 6 is done very nice because it brings together all of the good things from old Tropicos (what i missed in Tropico 5) and combines them with nice new feautures, like the ability to build bridges over water and have more island. In fact this game is a 9/10.

    Good Job Kalypso :D
    • new feautures
    • good quality
    • fair price
    • Tropico 4 ever
    • expected more new content (maybe with dlcs....)
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    I am a big Tropico Fan since i started playing Tropico 3 and Tropico 6 is done very nice because it brings together all of the good things from old Tropicos (what i missed in Tropico 5) and combines them with nice new feautures, like the ability to build bridges over water and have more island. In fact this game is a 9/10.

    Good Job Kalypso :D
    • new features
    • good quality
    • fair price
    • Tropico 4 ever
    • expected more new content (maybe with dlcs....)
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