Great thing about this game is that it could generate a new map for every game. You had to always be careful in the placement of your Treasury to prevent looting. And you could play against the computer. I found that if I let the Commodore 64 have as much time as it wanted in formulating its next move, that the best I could hope for was a tie--unless I dialed Randomness up to its maximum. With randomness set to its maximum, then I could achieve a win against the computer. Add
Did You Know?
This game is based on the board game Borderlands released by EON Publishing in 1982.