Jeder will die Welt regieren! Jetzt können Sie das auch in EVIL GENIUS, der einzig wahren Weltherrschafts-Simulation. Alle tagtäglichen Aufgaben eines machthungrigen Superhirns stehen zur Erledigung an und Sie müssen von Ihrem ultra-geheimen Stützpunkt aus spektakuläre Superwaffen entwickeln und zur Durchführung Ihres Welteroberungsplans...
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Veröffentlichung: 28. Sep. 2004

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Jeder will die Welt regieren! Jetzt können Sie das auch in EVIL GENIUS, der einzig wahren Weltherrschafts-Simulation. Alle tagtäglichen Aufgaben eines machthungrigen Superhirns stehen zur Erledigung an und Sie müssen von Ihrem ultra-geheimen Stützpunkt aus spektakuläre Superwaffen entwickeln und zur Durchführung Ihres Welteroberungsplans einsetzen. Sind Sie machthungrig genug?
  • Wählen Sie einen der drei Evil Genius Charaktere auf Ihrem Weg zur Macht.
  • Erbauen Sie die ultimative Waffe des jüngsten Gerichts und nutzen Sie sie, um die gesamte Welt zu dominieren.
  • Erweitern Sie Ihre Basis mit 300 Gegenständen wie z.B. Kung-fu Akademie, Raketenstellungen und Laboratorien.
  • Nutzen Sie Fallen und aberwitzige Verhörinstrumente und senden Sie Agenten aus.
  • Trainieren Sie Ihre Günstlinge verräterische Fertigkeiten wie z.B. experimentale Forschungsprogramme, Waffentraining und internationale Sabotage.
  • Rekrutieren Sie eine Wachmannschaft, um Ihre Basis zu sichern, räumen Sie Ihre Feinde aus dem Weg und unternehmen Sie unmögliche Missionen, um Ihre Macht auszuweiten.


    • Unterstützte Betriebssysteme: Microsoft Windows XP / Vista
    • Prozessor: Pentium® III 800MHz Prozessor
    • Speicher: 128MB RAM
    • Grafik: GeForce2 16Mb oder vergleichbar
    • Festplatte: 1.4 GB freier Festplattenspeicher
    • Sound: Windows kompatible Soundkarte
    • DirectX9®: DirectX 9.0c
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31.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20. Juli
Evil Genius is a base-building strategy game, similar to Dungeon Keeper.

You play as a malevolent mastermind during the cold-war era, with the sole aim of taking over the world.

As with all plotting masterminds circa 1970, you have a secret base built within a mountain on a tropical island, and of course, what evil genius is complete without his evil henchmen? These fellas are under your total command and do all dirty work you task them with. You start off by hiring basic henchmen, which carry out menial tasks such as construction or basic room staffing. These henchmen then branch into three different paths: military; science; and social. These paths each have four henchmen types each, ranging from basic guards, to valets, and mad scientists.

Henchmen aren't the only things you'll find in your evil lair. There's a variety of room types to be constructed, from barracks for the men to sleep, or security rooms to manage CCTV cameras and hold prisoners. Your base requires power, and your staff have many stats (needs) that must be met. By building each type of room you can meet the demands of your ever growing lair. As you progress, more rooms and various objects for rooms can be researched via your science minions, allowing more depth to your base as well as better ways to meet the ever growing needs of your minions.

Finally, no evil lair is complete without traps. Throughout your campaign for world dominance, you're bound to draw the attention of various justice forces. From agents who snoop for incriminating evidence, to burglars trying to steal back ill-gotten gains, building traps can have all kinds of nasty effects on intruding spies. From simple pressure pads and toxic gas, to wind corridors of death, the game offers a wide selection of traps with endless customisation for you to build the ultimate defence against intruders.

Outside of your lair, hotels can be built on your island. Pesky tourists want to visit, and in order to keep them busy these establishments can be constructed to help prevent them wandering into your base. Social minions such as valets will man your hotels, and ensure tourists remain outside the base. Hotels can have a variety of recreational objects for tourists to pass time.

Away from your island is the rest of the world. Accessed via the world map, you can deploy your henchmen all over the world to perform multiple nefarious acts. From stealing money, to plotting schemes. Henchmen can also be deployed on missions in each region to build notoriety, as well as steal priceless artifacts, or even research that can be used for new objects and rooms.

The game itself, in the spirit of most similar British games made in its time, has a strong sense of humour. These moments show in the little things, such as your evil genius gloating over agents locked in your prison cells, or torture scenes consisting of the torturer smoking a cigarette, whilst the unfortunate agent being interrogated begs for a puff.

Visually, the game has aged amazingly well. Though the game was released in 2004, the clean and sleek aesthetic has allowed the game to remain as beautiful as it was at release. A rare accomplishment for many older games. Evil Genius visually competes with a lot of games released today.

Overall, if you're looking for a base-building game, look no further than Evil Genius. This game is both incredibly fun and absolutely stunning, whilst having plenty of depth and an amazing sense of humour. The game only offers a campaign mode, but will easily keep you playing for around 50 hours or more. If you find yourself wanting more, there are sandbox mods available for you to just freely build the ultimate evil lair.

A brilliant game, even by today's standards, and one of the best PC games to have ever been released.
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6 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
41.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29. August
One of my favorite games of all time. Where other games similar to Dungeon Keeper failed, Evil Genius succeeded in so many ways while also creating a world that was unique in itself. The goal of the game is to build an evil secret base on a deserted island and further your plans of world domination. Be careful, however, for the forces of good will do everything in their power to stop you from fulfilling those dreams. You control everything from a birds-eye view where you build rooms and objects via "blueprints" which Minions then proceed to purchase and place for you. The game overall is very smooth and challenging. After all these years, I still haven't managed to beat the game and I bought it when it first came out! All in all, I love this game and I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to rule the world and throw foolish special agents into giant mixer bowls.
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10 von 10 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
73.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 3. September
I love this game I just wish it had achievements and/or trading cards
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8 von 8 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 2. August
A childhood classic of mine, previously forgotten about until recently bumping into this on the steam store. Become an Evil Genius! I strongly believe this game has the perfect formula for RTS games, and this is over 10 years old now. The characters and scenario's are both interesting and comical, allowing you to indulge quality tongue-in-cheek humour wrapped in cartoon visuals. I've had more hours then I can think of on this game, prior to owning this on steam. Great to be able to do it all again.

An absolute masterpiece and its a shame we never got to see a Number 2. Have yet to try the online version of Evil Genius but now I've had the opportunity to go back and play this wonderful game, it might just convince me to try it out. Thank you, Sierra Entertainment!
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6 von 6 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
38.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20. September
This game is nto what you'd expect. it is quite fun, and very challenging. it is extremely addicting too. you'll start playing it then all of the suddden you played all night and the sun is coming up. there are things that will be frustrating with it soemtimes, and the late game is extremely hard to get through. but its worth every penny.
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