Engagez-vous dans un voyage du pouvoir tropical ! Devenez le dictateur d'une île perdue au cours de la guerre froide. Le charme, la persuasion, l'intimidation, l'oppression ou la triche, tout est bon pour rester au pouvoir ! Êtes-vous un chef bon et généreux? Un tyran à la main de fer sans scrupules et aux pouvoirs corrompus ?
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À propos de ce jeu

Engagez-vous dans un voyage du pouvoir tropical ! Devenez le dictateur d'une île perdue au cours de la guerre froide. Le charme, la persuasion, l'intimidation, l'oppression ou la triche, tout est bon pour rester au pouvoir ! Êtes-vous un chef bon et généreux? Un tyran à la main de fer sans scrupules et aux pouvoirs corrompus ? Transformez votre île en un paradis touristique ou en une puissance industrielle. Faites des promesses électorales ou diffamez vos adversaires politiques pour obtenir le vote lors des prochaines élections. Envoyez votre avatar féliciter les gens, visitez l'île d'un autre joueur, ou simplement prenez un bain de soleil sur la plage des Caraïbes.
Jouez aux superpuissances de la guerre froide, montez-les les unes contres les autres à votre avantage. Tropico 3 vous offre une réflexion et un nouveau regard sur le monde réel dans la politique du tiers-monde, la corruption et les régimes totalitaires.
  • Une campagne constituée de 15 missions
  • Un générateur de cartes aléatoires
  • Un éditeur chronologique
  • L'Avatar — personnalisable et sous le contrôle du joueur
  • Discours électoraux
  • Simulation de la vie, de la famille, et des opinions politiques de chaque Tropican
  • Véhicules et routes
  • Nouveaux bâtiments et nouvelles unités
  • Scores en ligne
  • Visitez les îles contrôlées par les autres joueurs

Configuration requise

    Minimum
    • Système d'exploitation : Microsoft® Windows® XP/Vista/7
    • Processeur : 2.5 GHz ou plus
    • Mémoire vive : 1 Go de RAM
    • Disque dur : 5 Go d'espace disque disponible
    • Carte graphique : Carte graphique 3D comportant 128 Mo de mémoire vidéo et support shader Model 3.0
    • Carte Son : Carte Son 16-bit
    • Version DirectX® : DirectX® 9.0c
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ChryzaFly
( 15.4 heures en tout )
Posté le : 28 juin
bon jeu
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The Fresh Prince of All Saiyans
( 5.1 heures en tout )
Posté le : 26 juin
I ran my nation how I thought I would in real life - good housing, high wages for everyone, social security, and a focus on education yet no churches. The capitalists and religious hated me, but the communists loved me.

10/10 would be a commie atheist again.
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Audish
( 1.7 heures en tout )
Posté le : 24 juin
I wasn't really a Tropico fan until this one. The original Tropico had a lot of good ideas in its individual citizens and its banana republic politics, but it was held back by technical limitations and short-sighted designs. After an odd detour with Tropico 2, the developers returned to the original concept and polished it up in a brand-new 3D engine, and the results speak for themselves.

Tropico 3 places you into the spit-shined spats of a Carribbean dictator, charged with helping his hapless little island flourish. Each individual citizen is modeled with needs, jobs, opinions, and motivations, so the key to success is keeping enough of them happy (or suppressed) to achieve your own agenda. This is mostly done by building homes and services they want, and making sure they have enough money to enjoy them. You'll be building churches, clinics, restaurants, casinos, and more, in addition to the farms and factories needed to fund them.

The big stumbling block of the first Tropico was that your little Tropicans couldn't be trusted to actually get ♥♥♥♥ done when it needed to be done. That's not a problem here, as your citizens spend far more of their time on their tasks and only go astray if their needs are very conspicuously not being met. And as it turns out, when your island is running like it should, the money just pours in. Even the most basic exports like excess food or meat will earn you everything you need to outfit your island. And once you get more complex industries up and running, money will never be an issue again.

As a result, Tropico 3 is way, way easier than its predecessors and a lot of its contemporaries, but this is by no means a bad thing. Economic prosperity allows you a lot more freedom to build your island the way you want, with all the services and luxuries you can stuff into your borders. You'll need them too, because your citizens are noticeably pickier than in previous games and won't hesitate to turn to armed rebellion. Some scenarios lean heavier on this aspect but managing the different factions and quelling uprisings are a larger part of the game, as they should be.

One very welcome feature added for this outing is the opportunity to customize your dictator. Tropico 1 let you choose his or her traits but 3 lets you give them backstories, change their outfits, and then watch them walk around and interact with the people. You can actually use your little avatar to inspire workers to work harder or give rousing speeches to the commoners. The traits also seem much more powerful this time around, and honestly work as a sort of difficulty system. Taking traits that help with scenario goals can make a huge difference, but you can also choose flaws that add a greater challenge.

In the end, Tropico 3 is the game the first one should have been. The core mechanics are not very far removed; most of the buildings and edicts are the same, and the politics are virtually unchanged. But everything works the way it's supposed to, is balanced to not be so frustrating, and is presented in some charming, picturesque 3D. There's no reason to go any further back in the series than this, so if you've ever wanted to lord over your own tropical island, start here.
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tieio
( 11.8 heures en tout )
Posté le : 13 juin
Fun, fun, fun. I like management games. Tropico has always been a great series to me.
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mickaellachance
( 2.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 12 juin
ces de la pure ♥♥♥♥♥ dhats just ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥t et en plus ces payant pour un tas de ♥♥♥♥♥???? je demanderais remboursement pour ces conerie de tropicul de ♥♥♥♥♥
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0ttoZ
( 0.2 heures en tout )
Posté le : 30 mai
Tropico 3 Demo about 10 hours on a record

Decices to buy the full game

Got the full game

Played for 20 mins and got bored af

10/10
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HLN
( 6.9 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 mai
weed
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Sonic_Master
( 2.5 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 mai
Loved the game!
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Vape 4 Lyfe
( 4.9 heures en tout )
Posté le : 27 mai
Fun simulation game. It wasn't too difficult to adapt to but it isn't like any other sim type game. I enjoyed it and didn't find any problems with the game. 7.5/10
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YRMYJA$KA
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Posté le : 24 mai
Good
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I wasn't really a Tropico fan until this one. The original Tropico had a lot of good ideas in its individual citizens and its banana republic politics, but it was held back by technical limitations and short-sighted designs. After an odd detour with Tropico 2, the developers returned to the original concept and polished it up in a brand-new 3D engine, and the results speak for themselves.

Tropico 3 places you into the spit-shined spats of a Carribbean dictator, charged with helping his hapless little island flourish. Each individual citizen is modeled with needs, jobs, opinions, and motivations, so the key to success is keeping enough of them happy (or suppressed) to achieve your own agenda. This is mostly done by building homes and services they want, and making sure they have enough money to enjoy them. You'll be building churches, clinics, restaurants, casinos, and more, in addition to the farms and factories needed to fund them.

The big stumbling block of the first Tropico was that your little Tropicans couldn't be trusted to actually get ♥♥♥♥ done when it needed to be done. That's not a problem here, as your citizens spend far more of their time on their tasks and only go astray if their needs are very conspicuously not being met. And as it turns out, when your island is running like it should, the money just pours in. Even the most basic exports like excess food or meat will earn you everything you need to outfit your island. And once you get more complex industries up and running, money will never be an issue again.

As a result, Tropico 3 is way, way easier than its predecessors and a lot of its contemporaries, but this is by no means a bad thing. Economic prosperity allows you a lot more freedom to build your island the way you want, with all the services and luxuries you can stuff into your borders. You'll need them too, because your citizens are noticeably pickier than in previous games and won't hesitate to turn to armed rebellion. Some scenarios lean heavier on this aspect but managing the different factions and quelling uprisings are a larger part of the game, as they should be.

One very welcome feature added for this outing is the opportunity to customize your dictator. Tropico 1 let you choose his or her traits but 3 lets you give them backstories, change their outfits, and then watch them walk around and interact with the people. You can actually use your little avatar to inspire workers to work harder or give rousing speeches to the commoners. The traits also seem much more powerful this time around, and honestly work as a sort of difficulty system. Taking traits that help with scenario goals can make a huge difference, but you can also choose flaws that add a greater challenge.

In the end, Tropico 3 is the game the first one should have been. The core mechanics are not very far removed; most of the buildings and edicts are the same, and the politics are virtually unchanged. But everything works the way it's supposed to, is balanced to not be so frustrating, and is presented in some charming, picturesque 3D. There's no reason to go any further back in the series than this, so if you've ever wanted to lord over your own tropical island, start here.
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Fun, fun, fun. I like management games. Tropico has always been a great series to me.
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J'ai fait exploser une bombe nucléaire chez moi pour 10.000 dollars. Je suis un mauvais président.
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Posté le : 5 novembre 2014
Un joli enrobage pour un jeu assez pauvre finalement. L'univers est plaisant et bien retranscrit.
Il est toujours très frustrant de voir son île s'envoler après avoir gagné (ou perdu) la partie, les fans de Civilizations et SimCity me comprendront.
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Vous voulez transformer une île du tiers-monde en une île paradisiaque? Vous voulez réaliser vos rêves et vos fantasmes du dirigeant en vous? Vous voulez faire ce qui vous plaît sur votre île? Tropico 3 est votre jeu. Vous pouvez faire fusilier des gens pour aucune raison, les faire déporter en Floride, donner les surplus alimentaires et la sécurité sociale, améliorer ou dégrader les conditions de vie, s'allier ou de rentrer en conflit avec les factions de l'île, affronter des rebelles ou une des deux superpuissances (É.-U. et URSS), faire un programme nucléaire, etc.
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Posté le : 19 juillet 2014
Pas beaucoup de contenus malheureusement , on s'ennuie vite :(
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Posté le : 18 janvier 2015
Doesn't run on my laptop.
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Posté le : 29 juin 2014
I own all the Tropico games and I enjoy them all.I would pick Tropico 3 as the most fun of them all.It is not as challenging as Tropico 2 but that is not the kind of challenge I'm into so I didn't mind. The original and it's expansion are classics but I prefer #3

Tropico #3

Pros-

#1.Good Graphics

#2.Many Buildings to build

#3.Custom El Presidente

#4.Rebels will fight you if you don't please your people

#5.Some good music

#6.The radio guy can be helpful and funny



Cons-

#1.Building buildings gets old

#2.The roads are too big

#3.You can't make roads anywhere on the map.You would think you could get a bulldozer or dynamite and have enough slaves I mean your people lol to lower/raise/flatten any land you want.Not being able to connect all the roads sucks

#4.It is really easy to beat the rebels once you learn how to play

#5.One of the songs in the game I don't like it and they don't allow us to control what song is played.I just mute the music for a few minutes and then turn it back on.They could of added more songs also

#6.The radio guy gets really repetitive and I'm sure some can't stand him.I can tolerate him for awhile but I get sick of him too

#7.The maps are so small and it makes putting the tourists buildings in a area they can all fit and is allowed a serious problem.You can't place the buildings anywhere or less people will go to them.It would be like telling you to stay at a hotel in the ghetto part of the island.Some tourists just wont do it.That is realistic but the maps are so small.If they fix this the roads can remain big

#8.The majority of edits you never ever use.A few are good but most of them there is no reason to do them

#9.USA and USSR will circle your waters if you don't do something better.You will just lose if you don't fix it.If I am going to lose come on my island and shoot it out with me and my soldiers then

#10.I don't think the cops do anything.I saw they drive around and arrest people when you tell them to.I don't know if it lowers crime rates but if you are playing to help your people you wont need cops

#11.Prisons are even less needed.Unless you are going to act evil you wont need a prison for sure.I never saw a cop arrest anyone unless I told them to


The Bottom Line -

Tropico 3 is a fun game that will let you create your own city.I found the rebels first attack on me to be a wtf moment.It was funny and cool.I would also call that realistic.Once I got the hang of it I could make my people happy and defend myself and make plenty of money

I played as an evil El Presidente and it was ok but I could kill anyone that wasn't related to the military or cops/prison officers and get away with it.The rebels couldn't beat me because I treated the military so much better than everyone else and I always had an army.I never killed the wives of my soldiers and I wonder what happens then.I doubt it would of mattered I could just replace them.I found it less fun to act evil because they can't beat you once you have the military setup the right way

Once you are making good money the game gets really boring.I would of liked it had I been able to make a full military.Have buildings create Tanks,Fighter Jets ect and prepare for war.Then after that conquer another island or be invaded by a country that was a more even fight.I don't mean fight the USA or USSR but a similar country.It would of made a multiplayer game really fun

Tropico 4 could have 2 settings

#1 Financial

All it is about is building and money and they remove the rebels.This is great for kids and people who don't even like the rebels killing you or you killing them

#2 Financial and War

You have the same buildings as #1 but also weapons buildings and navy/air force/army/marines related buildings.The rebels would be there but the rebels would create and/or even take over your buildings.Make them tougher with more tactics.Plus the objective of the game is to stay in control of your own island which would be harder and then take over other islands.Then you got the multiplayer version

This would create not only a better game but it would appeal to more people.I hope Tropico 4 looks something like this as I have not played it yet but if it doesn't I hope Tropico 5 does.

My 2 cents

Dan
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Posté le : 27 mai 2014
Haha, once, a fruit-exporting company made me an offer, which could wipe away company's debt.
I declined the offer, and 2 weeks after that, the head of the company jumped from Empire State Building roof.
I bought their company for 10000$

10/10
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