Greed Corp.

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Greed Corp. is a turn-based digital board game where players must harvest the land around their units while denying those resources to their opponents. The catch is that every hexagonal tile on the board can be destroyed, either through harvesting or artillery fire. Players are taken out of the game if all of their units and buildings are destroyed (either directly, or by losing the tiles they stand on). Victory goes to the last player standing.

Players can only build a handful of units, but each has its own defined specialty. Harvesters suck up resources from nearby tiles. Armories turn those resources into Walkers, which can move and capture more tiles. Cannons can bomb enemies or tiles from afar, and Carriers can move units quickly around the map.

The single-player campaign contains 24 maps with three difficulty levels. Up to four players can play in local or online Versus mode on 36 unlockable maps.


Greed Corp. Windows Title screen
Greed Corp. Windows Some maps have very confusing starting situations
Greed Corp. Windows Overview is critical here
Greed Corp. Windows I won a match

Alternate Titles

  • "Greed Corp. HD" -- Mobile title

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Game Shark Xbox 360 Mar 12, 2010 B 75
XboxAddict Xbox 360 Mar 05, 2010 75 out of 100 75
Console Monster Xbox 360 Mar 19, 2010 70 out of 100 70
Computer Spiele Windows Dec 20, 2010 7 out of 10 70
Mash Those Buttons Windows Dec 16, 2010 3.5 out of 5 70


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  • 4Players
    • 2010 – #3 Best PSN Game of the Year
  • Dutch Game Awards
    • 2010 - Best PC/Console Game

Related Web Sites

  • The Making of Greed Corp (video presentation in which Marcel du Long of Vanguard Games talks about challenges of creating the game (March 14, 2011))
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