Ah, Tropico 6. Banana republic, tropical island, jungle interiors and a ruthless dictator. All again wrapped in one cool game, and on top of that done better than its predecessors. Otherwise known as a satirical city builder, Tropico 6 is a coat of many colors. It’s also a great game, but let’s start from the top.
What’s The Jest of Tropico 6?
Well, it’s quite simple really. Much like with the previous games in the series you’re El Presidente here in Tropico 6. The leader of the Caribbean island nation of Tropico and you’ll need to start building. Develop bridges or an archipelago of smaller islands, it’s up to you. However, you’ll have to be smart and cunning, as to tread lightly. It’s not an easy task, but someone has to do it. Developed by Limbic Entertainment and Published by Kalypso Media UK Ltd, Tropico 6 is a gem.
A word of advice. If you haven’t played any of the Tropico games before, you might want to watch a YouTube tutorial or something to help you started. But once you get the hang of it, it’s a pretty kick-ass game. However, those tutorials do a decent job of familiarizing you with the intricate details of the game. And of course, the missions, the politics and everything else that comes between. That being said. Are you creating a paradise-like utopia in this already paradise-like environment? Or are you going to be a ruthless dictator that ignores all basic human rights? Watch out for that. Tropico 6 does have “fully simulated” citizens. Which basically means that your actions (or lack thereof) can inflict, rage, riots and uprisings upon your reign. Furthermore, the citizens can revolt and it could mean a bad outcome for you. And nobody wants that?
You Should’t Miss It
Indeed. And let’s not forget. Tropico 6 also comes with 15 story missions, which in essence are designed to tell you more about the island. How to run it, and how to make it better. Some aspects may feel a bit strenuous and boring (such as the economy of it), but some are quite fun. Such as piracy. But all in all, it’s a good game. Filled with great missions and even greater scenery. It’s a can’t miss of a game. We have it here at IndieGala of course, and it can be yours too. You know what to do.