...includes an exclusive island (Isla Nublar) and El Presidente avatar costume (Luchador) and 50 Steam achievements. El Presidente is back to rule it all!
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Release Date: Sep 1, 2011

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August 21

Tropico 4 now on Mac with SteamPlay!

Fellow Tropicans,

As a man of the people, El Presidente is always happy to bring the true Tropico experience to a larger audience and has therefore added Mac support for Tropico 4 on Steam! Penultimo and his gang have teamed up with the talented folks at Feral Interactive to bring you this technological marvel. No llamas were harmed in the process!

In true SteamPlay fashion, all owners of Tropico old and new will gain immediate access to another platform to enjoy El Presidente at no extra cost!

Happy ruling!

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“Welcome to Paradise.”
Gamesradar
“This sequel will build on everything people enjoyed in Haemimont's Tropico 3 and offer more of it.”
GameSpot

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...includes an exclusive island (Isla Nublar) and El Presidente avatar costume (Luchador) and 50 Steam achievements. El Presidente is back to rule it all!

About This Game

The world is changing and Tropico is moving with the times - geographical powers rise and fall and the world market is dominated by new players with new demands and offers - and you, as El Presidente, face a whole new set of challenges. If you are to triumph over your naysayers you will need to gain as much support from your people as possible. Your decisions will shape the future of your nation, and more importantly, the size of your off-shore bank account.
Tropico 4 expands on the gameplay of the previous game with new political additions ∼ including more superpowers to negotiate with, along with the ability to elect ministers into power to help get your more controversial policies passed. But remember to keep your friends close and your enemies closer as everyone has an agenda! Your political mettle will be thoroughly tested, as new natural disasters will have the populace clamoring for you and your cabinet to help them recover from some of the worst Mother Nature can dish out.
Tropico 4 also brings a new level of social interaction with the addition of Facebook and Twitter integration. Post comments on Twitter direct from the game and have updates go out when you complete missions or unlock new achievements. You can even take screenshots of your burgeoning island and post your dream creation on your Tropico 4 Facebook page and compare your interactive Dictator Ranking on the online leaderboards.

Key Features:

  • New campaign consisting of 20 missions on 10 new maps.
  • 20 new buildings including Stock Exchange, Shopping mall, Aqua Park and a Mausoleum to El Presidente.
  • Six new interactive disasters including volcanoes, droughts and tornadoes.
  • Council of Ministers – selected citizens to ministerial posts in the government to help push through your more controversial decisions.
  • National Agenda – receive objectives from Tropican factions, foreign geopolitical powers or opportunities relating to current island events such as ongoing disasters.
  • Facebook and Twitter integration.
  • Screenshot gallery – take screenshots of your tropical paradise and share on your Facebook page.
  • Trading system – import and export goods to/from other nations to boost your economy or production.

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows XP SP3 (32-bit), Vista / 7 (32 or 64-bit)
    • Processor: 2 GHz Dual Core CPU
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Shader Model 3.0 (Geforce 6600 or higher, Radeon X1600-Series), 256 MB, DirectX 9.0c
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 5 GB free hard disk space
    • Sound: DirectX compatible
    • OS: Windows Vista / 7 (32 or 64-bit)
    • Processor: 2 GHz Quad Core CPU
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Shader Model 3.0 (Geforce 8800 or higher, Radeon HD4000-Series or higher), 512 MB, DirectX 9.0c
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 5 GB free hard disk space
    • Sound: DirectX compatible
    Minimum:
    • OS: 10.8.5
    • Processor: 2.0 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB Memory
    • Graphics: 256 MB*
    • Hard Drive:6GB HD space
    • Other Requirements: The following graphics cards are not supported: ATI X1xxx series, ATI HD2xxx series, Intel GMA series, NVIDIA 7xxx series and NVIDIA 8xxx series.

      The following cards require you to have 8GB of system RAM: Intel HD3000, NVIDIA 9400, Intel HD4000 and NVIDIA 320M.
    Recommended:
    • OS: 10.9.4
    • Processor: 2.4 GHz
    • Memory: 8 GB Memory
    • Graphics: 512 MB*
    • Hard Drive: 6GB HD space
    • Other Requirements: The following graphics cards are not supported: ATI X1xxx series, ATI HD2xxx series, Intel GMA series, NVIDIA 7xxx series and NVIDIA 8xxx series.

      The following cards require you to have 8GB of system RAM: Intel HD3000, NVIDIA 9400, Intel HD4000 and NVIDIA 320M.
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281 of 289 people (97%) found this review helpful
30.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 10
At first, I wanted to be a kind, benevolent dictator, in charge of my island which of course would be perfectly green, a land of equality, equal pay, a high living standard, jobs for every Tropican, a high level of schooling and a good member of the United Nations.

However, people kept complaining. At first, this was fine. Free Speech and all. But they were not working. Worse, they began to become rebels and attack the work of innocent, hard working Tropicans. "Right," I thought, "no more of that." I built guard posts around the nation to protect my other civilians and the economy which kept everyone fed and housed. After a while, the strikes became too much. "This right to protest is too inefficient", I thought, "and we just missed that freighter. We needed that boost to the economy." In a moment of Thatcher, I had the newly raised guards gun down some of the strikers. The rest returned to work. The right to protest had been removed, but people were happier as everyone got richer.

The environmentalists began to get angry. "It's too messy, too much industry, etc." I sighed. Look, did they like having money? Money to get houses? Electricity for movie theatres and hospitals? Wind Turbines simply don't do enough, we needed that gas Power Plant. We needed the jobs to keep the whole economy turning. I tried, I added gardens, I protected and grew new forests, but they continued to complain. So I stopped listening, and focused on the higher standard of living.

The U.S. came to me, demanding that I give them money, give this, give that, or "accidents can happen". But Agent Sasha instead never threatened me, referred to me as comrade and my islanders as Brothers. The Russians understood why I had to silence dissedence, and so we joined the Russians. At least they appreciated their people. The Americans... they didn't like this. But we stopped caring. We built assault rifles and using the funds from that, we built a nuclear weapon. Does it work? No idea, but it looks scary and shows the Americans that we MAY be able to blow something up. They stayed away and all was relatively well.

Now, schooling was fine, but a lot of Tropicans were starting to get funny ideas. They didn't understand that I was so strict because I was balancing the house of cards that was my economy. They had food, jobs, entertainment, a good house with fantastic conditions, they were safe from criminals and rebels and they could travel anywhere in the world (but mostly Russia, China and the MIddle East). If they had to not protest or speak against me, it was purely because I couldn't risk this going wrong. So I had to change a few things. I began to ask that schools make sure that children understood how fantastic our nation was, how corrupt the U.S. was, how our military kept us safe. A few people got a bit funny with that, but I needed to make sure this nation would continue after my death. I executed the rebels and burnt any book which said otherwise. People got iffy, but after a few years, they stopped caring. Good. Now we can continue in happiness.

Finally, my economy began to crumble. People refused to work the poorer jobs, they sat back on welfare and complained. They refused to pay the rent for better houses and built hovels on the side of roads. They committed crimes despite having social welfare. I couldn't make them work.

So, I built cheaper places for them to live, cheaper foods and easier work. But my towns were full, so I built them in another area. To support my now burdened economy, I had to import immigrants. Lots of them. A few people began to complain, but I shot them and they stopped. Now we have a high, middle, lower and underclass, which is executed often to save the economy.

However, Tropico is now making more money than ever, we're supporting every country that needs us, our people are famous for their money (when they can afford to travel), people order is perfect, there is no crime, you can go as far as you're willing to work, and you're safe.

You're welcome, my comrades.
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64 of 67 people (96%) found this review helpful
18.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 26
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Graphics:
+ beautiful tropical landscapes
+ detailed units and buildings
+ nice weather change
+ high sight
- little working animation

Atmosphere:
+ successful caribbean cliche flair
+ credible settlements instead of chess boards
+ funny radio messages
+ funny texts
- to much in text windows

Sound:
+ very good speakers
+ nice calypso rhythms
- otherwise thin soundscape

Balance:
+ very good interaction of all elements
+ many possible settings for difficulty

AI:
+ Islander lead traceable life of its own
+ very well linked fractions
+ ministers and staff give good tips
- no computer opponents

Units & Buildings:
+ many buildings can be upgraded
+ many options for influencing
+ own avatar has an effect
- simple production chains

Endless Game:
+ very good links between construction, economy and politics
+ many primary and secondary tasks
+ many events

Game Size:
+ solo playtime around 80 hours
+ very long campaign with 20 islands
+ configurable individual scenarios and endless games
+ many types of buildings
- no multiplayer

Tropico 4 by Haemimont Games and Kalypso is the construction game Tropico 3 already should have been.
El Presidente is back, the dictator (a bit like fidel castro) of the island paradise of Tropico. You can watch as your presidente transforms an island from a wild, undeveloped garden into a bastion of industry and wealth.

For those new to Tropico, you are a Caribbean dictator who can create his own banana republic, a tourist resort, or a industrial empire on different island maps. There is an RPG-esque character creator. You can choose from a list of real dictators to play as, you can make your own custom character too since then you can choose the bonuses to suit your play style.
A large part of Tropico 4 vocation is to prevail in the decision, but the rest is in the mere satisfaction of building a city.
Like an elaborate set of LEGOs, you can drag and drop buildings, lay roads, and set up infrastructure to create a land of your devising. Tropico 4 features all new missions across new maps and includes exciting and fun new features to keep the action fresh and challenging. You can even select ministers to help you at your decisions.

The city government and political is a good combo. You always have something to build, a political or international faction to appease, or an election to win. Life on the island is never boring, and is an addictive and enjoyable endeavor. Overcoming a challenging scenario, such as building up a successful economy on an island with virtually no resources, teaches new skills and keeps me from feeling like I'm doing the same thing over and over.

There isn’t much new here so it feels more like an expansion to me than a true sequel. If you’re new to the series this is a great place to start and long time. Impressive efforts with a few noticeable problems holding it back. Won't astound everyone, but is worth your time and cash. If you like Civilization or Sim City, or has an unhealthy need to be in control, then it’s time to become el presidente.

Score: 85 / 100


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71 of 85 people (84%) found this review helpful
23.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 17
- Had a civil revolt.
- 35 Loyalists vs 1 insignificant, jobless, homeless, 27 year old Italian woman.
- Insignificant, jobless, homeless, 27 year old Italian woman wins & all loyalists die.
- Becomes rebel and blows up palace.
- Lose

25/10 Would play again.
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48 of 58 people (83%) found this review helpful
9.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 16
You can build a casino and strip club literally 10 feet away from a Church.
10/10
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33 of 35 people (94%) found this review helpful
227.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 6
Now about this game. You start on an Island with the following.
- 1 palace to guard your president
- 1 teamster office to distribute the goods
- 1 construction office to build your buildings
- 1 dock to ship your goods and to bring you immigrants
- a certain amount of money
- random buildings given as bonus.

In this game your goal will be the following
- to survive economically
- to keep the satisfaction level of your peasants at an acceptable level
- to fend of any rebels coups and uprisings against your dictatorship in a non controlable fight
- to keep the diplomatic relationships with the us and the soviet union at a level where they wont invade your island.
- to accomplish the main tasks given by the scenario

I played this game for 200 hours now. And i can say it is a nice game. What is nice about it? I like leveling the stats of my el presidente character. Like to do the game achievements. There are some that i have not finished yet even after 200 hours. And that is because sometimes it is not easy. I played the campain several times. Got 3 stars in every scenario. With extra missions and Modern times. I think the nicest thing about this game is the fact that everything has a solution. Unlike its predecessor Tropico 3 where you were stuck with high pollution from factories you now have garbage dumps and water treatment plants in Modern times. You have alternative energy sources. You can import goods and smuggle goods. Your island no longer defines what you can do on it but rather your imagination limits the way you play. I will purchase Tropico 5 once i have finished everything in this game and Tropico sells for a 75% or 80% discount.
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41 of 54 people (76%) found this review helpful
10.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 15
10 hours in 1 day. I need help.
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25 of 28 people (89%) found this review helpful
1.9 hrs on record
Posted: August 18
A good-looking, accessible, charming city-builder. Not much new here from Tropico 3, but lots of potential for Tropico 5.
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18 of 18 people (100%) found this review helpful
134.2 hrs on record
Posted: July 7
Overall rating: 9/10

By far my favourite city-building sim of all time.

I actually bought this game because I had heard a ♥♥♥♥-tonne of ♥♥♥♥ about how awful the new Simcity was, and I was really craving a Simcity-like game. After playing Tropico, I don't think I could go back to playing Simcity ever again.

Tropico is more or less what Simcity would be if it had a nonsensical, but fantastically humorous storyline. You play as El Presidente, ruler of some island, and the game takes you through a bunch of different and ridiculous scenarios. Describing them would spoil the fun of you finding them out on their own. In the meantime, you have to keep everyone happy - be it the religious group, the nationalists or the environmentalists, which often requires a delicate balance in where you spend your hard-earned dollars.

As for the gameplay, the learning curve is just about where you want it to be. You have a lot of leeway in the earlier missions and the objectives are relatively straightforward, whilst the later objectives can be a little frustrating and even unfair. There was one mission in particular where after playing for hours and completing the initial objectives, I was told that the next objective had to be completed by a certain date - this date had already passed, and I instantly failed the objective. I was... miserable, to say the least.

Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on who you are), once you get the hang of the game and know what you're doing, things become a little bit too easy. Without trying to spoil anything, I'll just say that some forms of income are much easier to obtain than other forms, which creates somewhat of a conundrum - you WANT to diversify your city because it's more fun that way, but it requires more work for it to be successful.

The graphics are pretty standard for a modern game, although the Caribbean-inspired music was stuck in my head for quite some time.

Overall, I'd most definitely recommend this game for anyone that likes city-building simulation games (be it Sim City, Rollercoaster Tycoon, Theme Park, etc).

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22 of 26 people (85%) found this review helpful
85.0 hrs on record
Posted: October 19
One of the best city building games I have ever played.This game has 20 missions in the main story which is fun to play with funny objectives.

Good :
✓ Nice story
✓ Good graphics.
✓ Sound effects are good.
✓ Great sound track and funny voice act.
✓ Fun game play.
✓ Longer play time with campage and other extra missions (Modern times DLC has 12 extra missions too).

Bad:
✖ Sometimes it gets boring doing the samething.
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18 of 19 people (95%) found this review helpful
8.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 17
I ordered an execution of some random old lady because I didn't like the walker animation.

10/10
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19 of 21 people (90%) found this review helpful
13.1 hrs on record
Posted: September 3
Food is always free in Tropico - Starvation killed 5 people last year 10/10 BEST GAME EVER
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17 of 19 people (89%) found this review helpful
51.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 9
Welcome back to Tropico my friends! Not much has changed since Tropico 3. There are new menus, new caricatures, new voice overs that lay on thick personality and accents. The graphics look the same and feel as if they're directly from Tropico 3. The are new disasters like tornadoes, tsunamis, droughts, and volcanoes. To compliment the disasters there are fire stations to put out the fires and a new weather station. To unlock edicts that help or opress your people, you'll not only need a ministry new to the series, but hire people to run each branch. You'll get to chose from viable candidates, or for a price you can import an expert. Buildings can now import resources. If you have a rum factory, but no sugar farms, you can simply import the sugar. There are also more foreign powers such as China, the UK and the Middle East. They won't donate money like the USA and USSR, but they'll give you goals to accomplish. There are new optional goals that you get by clicking the icons over buildings. New to the series is a quick build that will instantly construct a building for a price.

Tropico 4 is a surprisingly good city builder or rather a 3rd world simulator. It is very different than games like Sim City and Cities XL. Those two games are more macro city builders, where in two or three mouse clicks you can make city blocks where 1,000 people might live. With Tropico 4 and the Tropico series in general, you need to place each building, each road and your island along with the time it takes your construction company to build it. Your entire island might get to be 200 - 500 'Tropicans.'

Each Tropican has needs... Food, religion, job, healthcare, entertainment, safety and so on. The catch is every Tropican's needs have a certain weight to them based on what faction they believe in. Each faction has major and minor demands. The military will want more soldiers, so you need to build an army base. The religious faction will want a church or cathedral. The capitalist party will want privatization or upscale entertainment. The communist party will want you to enable the free public housing edict or have etiquette healthcare.

On top of that, you balance political relations with the USA and USSR. If they get too bad, one of the two will basically take over your country and it will be game over. It is interesting how many ways that you can get game over. The most common way to get a game over is to lose an election. You don't have to have elections even. You're in charge. If you don't want an election, the nationalist party will hate you and your loyalist party will love you. If you opt to have elections, it will be vise versca. People will call for early elections and when you have elections, you can see preliminary results and you can even sway (cheat) elections. Its all at the risk of a party's love.

It is pretty cool having to pick 3 things to make a speech about and then fulfill campaign promises, but its all pretty easy. Winning elections is pretty easy, especially compared to how difficult it was to win any elections in the original Tropico. It was so bad in that game, that it was almost impossible to win an election without stuffing the ballot box.

When citizens hate you, and there will be plenty that do, they will either peacefully protest or become rebels. Once you have enough rebels against you, they will attack your most remote buildings. Your army will then go fight them, but if the rebels outnumber your army, the rebel will win and the buildings will be destroyed. The rebels can attack your palace or flat out assassinate you for a game over.

Tropico has a single player campaign with 20 scenarios that each take an hour or two to complete. You don't just pick scenarios, you unlock them. Each scenario seems to have scenario specific events that only occur in the scenarios. Unlike Tropico 3, I don't get a sense in the scenarios of an ultimate goal I'm striving toward. I feel like I stumble into victory when its least expected. At the start of each scenario you can pick a player character from historical tropican dictators or make your own avatar. You can even make personality traits that will result in pros and cons. It can drastically change your play style if you are incorruptible and never have any crime or have a green thumb and have high farm yields at the cost of low factory production.

Your businesses, mines, farms, and everything requires citizens in them to function and make you money. Every citizen has different education levels that will impact who does what. So you need to build high schools and colleges. Once built, there are options to gear students to military or religion. You can also click vacant positions to hire foreign experts for a price. If you have more businesses than citizens, build an immigration office and let anyone into the country or change it to only let in skilled workers so you keep bums out of your country.

Nothing is done automatically. You place a building, then wait for your teamsters and construction crews to build it. The more crews and personnel you have working, the faster it'll get done. I'm happy with that. Its part of the realism. If there's a building you want developed faster, you can increase or decrease its priority. If its still taking too long, just have your avatar stand next to the building to get it done faster. The fire station works the same way.

The graphics are beautiful and you'll see every Tropican walking around, hopping in their car and driving to locations. The music is nice and very Tropican / Salsa music, but there's very little variety from Tropico 3. A few hours in I was bored with the music. The DJs feel gone for the most part. They're still in the game, but they do interviews with one liners here and there. The voice acting consists of great parodies of stereotypes. They really had fun embellishing on characters with tongue in cheek humor. The game knows you're all powerful and while being a dictator is usually seen as a horrifyingly negative thing, the humor twists it into a silly positive thing.

If you have Tropico 3, play Tropico 3. Tropico 4 is still a great game, but has a ton of DLC and feels like a cash grab with only minor upgrades. The menu feels more cumbersome and click heavy than Tropico 3. The disasters take way too long and it breaks the flow the game has. The quick build feature feels like a good addition that you don't have to use, but sometimes it takes forever for the construction crews to build, even with several construction offices at full capacity.
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26 of 37 people (70%) found this review helpful
22.3 hrs on record
Posted: October 28
All loyal Tropicans play and enjoy Tropico 4.

Those who don't will be subject to a suprise visit from El Presidente's Tropican National Pep Squad and sent to an all expense paid trip to El Presidente's Rehabilition Resort.

All hail El Presidente, our august and benevolent leader!
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16 of 19 people (84%) found this review helpful
31.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 18
If you want to simulate situation in your country especially in Thailand, you should use this game to be case study and learn how being leader feel like.
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14 of 18 people (78%) found this review helpful
1.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 15
10/10 let me live out my fantasies of becoming Manuel Noriega, it wouldn't let me send an 8 year old to a forced labor camp though, please fix in next update
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11 of 13 people (85%) found this review helpful
52.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 11
If you haven't played the series yet, and you have any interest in the city-building type of game, it's definitely worth a look.

Compared to a game like SimCity, Tropico is more mission-focused. Islands have specific resources to exploit or ignore, and the infrastructure required for some industries means it's easier to focus entirely on one or two industries than it is to spread your resources around. Tourism islands rely upon good press and expensive attractions bleeding visitor wallets dry, while farming or mining and industry can make for a relatively more stable economy (if one subject to the whims of international prices) but also require far more effort put into educating and housing the populace.

Also unlike SimCity, unhappiness is a much greater direct threat to your Presidential persona. Especially early on, you'll be short on food, housing, healthcare, churches, and schools, and extremely short on resources to fulfil those needs. In the interim, you've got a rebellion fomenting if you don't jury-rig a working city on the double. Inversely, like with many of these types of games (like the older Pharaoh or Caeser games) once your miniature city starts working at all, you're in the clear, and there are rarely any real threats. (Although now natural disasters can strike, as well as things like superpower conflicts, which make for late-game threats that Tropico 3 didn't have.)

You can play any level past completion of the objective, so you can just keep going until you have an island completely packed to the brim with bustling economic activity, and have money coming out the ears, if you so choose.

Tropico 3 is an important comparison to make because... there aren't really that many changes from Tropico 3. Tropico 3 is cheaper, has the *EXACT SAME ENGINE, GRAPHICS, AND VOICES* and most of the mechanics are unchanged. You might consider getting 3 first. The differences are in disasters and mini-quests that pop up mid-mission, which DO keep the game feeling a little fresh, but if you're not certain on the series, but Tropico 3 on sale to test-drive the series.

Tropico 5 is out now, but unless you know you want it, it's probably worth waiting for all the changes that will likely be made to the base game to be made, and play 4 instead until 6 comes out, and 5 is finalized.
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16 of 23 people (70%) found this review helpful
14.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 16
Got this game for 39 cents. Yup. Worth it.
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38 of 65 people (58%) found this review helpful
2.9 hrs on record
Posted: August 16
Please, stop putting in third party accounts for games. I made my account almost half an hour ago and they still haven't sent the confirmation email. I've checked everywhere for it, had them resend it, made sure my email was spelled correctly, and they still haven't sent the email.

UPDATE:
1 hour and three new email accounts later, still no email. Seriously, Kalypso? First you don't allow me to window Tropico 3 and then have me make a third party account for Tropico 4? That part I wouldn't mind if you could send the email. This is the last game I buy from this company. It's not worth the headache.

UPDATE:
After six hours, the email finally came. This game is really not worth the strugle. Don't take your chances with it.
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7 of 7 people (100%) found this review helpful
8.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 24
this is probably one of those games where you're like "eh i might not like it why should i get this"

if you like civ
if you like strategy
if you like politics
if you like anything
if you like shrek
if you like ike
if you like mike
if you like spacejam

you will like this game
10/10 would exploit citizens again

ps get in good relations with the middle east, us, and ussr. they give you money all the time trust me.
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8 of 9 people (89%) found this review helpful
2.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 24
Brazil Simulator

10/10
Destruiria a economia do pais de novo
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