Simbabwe 1.5.1 Welcome to Simbabwe, where the property is already owned and the houses built and you compete to burn and dispossess them. Bounce around the map plundering farms, denying grain silos to opposition supporters and robbing the community chest.
Kimdom Come 2.0 Sometimes it's difficult to understand exactly what's happening on the Korean peninsula.
Description: Run the medical, mental health, law-enforcement and social services... into the ground. Score interdepartmental brownie points by bouncing addicts between services until the system collapses and you get to present the taxpayer with the bill!
Control them all and go against The System, or play against the computer and try to make its services overload and fail! Refer patients with the classic addiction/psychiatric dual diagnosis to and fro between your physician and psychiatrist while secretly hoping the law-enforcement agencies solve your dilemma by arresting them, or the computer's social services fail them and they just disappear! Or, for the ultimate challenge, play a Deathmatch game and be the last department standing. Rise to the prestigious office of Director of Public Prosecutions, Medicutions, Socicutions or Psychecutions!
* Addictive gameplay
* Three exciting modes of play: vs Computer, vs The System and Deathmatch
* Configurable service size, computer acuity, patient presentation and the lauded "Tough on crime" option
* Extensive post-game analysis in the form of an itemised bill to the taxpayer
* See how your score compares with the pros on the Market Leaders list
* Simulation accuracy extents to the 50+ sound effects
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