Andreas Seyfarth's Puerto Rico PC

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  • Summary: 50 years after Columbus discovered the New World, the island colony of Puerto Rico began to blossom. In Puerto Rico, the players will take on the roles of Prospector, Governor, Settler, Trader, Merchant, Builder, and Craftsman attempting to build the new colony while building their own50 years after Columbus discovered the New World, the island colony of Puerto Rico began to blossom. In Puerto Rico, the players will take on the roles of Prospector, Governor, Settler, Trader, Merchant, Builder, and Craftsman attempting to build the new colony while building their own wealth and reputation. Since its publication, the boardgame Puerto Rico has attracted a passionate following of fans and won countless awards. Now, with Puerto Rico: The PC Game, fans can play solo or against friends online. When playing against the computer, you can set each player’s ability level. You control the speed of the computer turns, so you can play as fast or as slow as you want. [Eagle Games] Expand
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  1. There is very little luck involved, lots of direct conflict, lots of room for both tactical brilliance and strategic planning, and a much more complex rule-set relative to popular American games. [Apr 2006, p.61]
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  1. May 26, 2011
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    Adapting a board game into a video game isn't an easy thing to do, and it wasn't quite successful here. The game play of the board is there,Adapting a board game into a video game isn't an easy thing to do, and it wasn't quite successful here. The game play of the board is there, it just isn't fluent. The game also seems to have bizarre spikes of lag. It is indeed playable, and if you don't have anyone to play the board game with, you will be moderately challenged by the A.I. Expand