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Entrepreneur (OS/2)

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Entrepreneur is a business simulation game. In the game you can start your own computer company and try to conquer the world through corporate warfare in either multi- or single-player modes.

You have to research, manufacture, market and sell your products and do it better than your opponents. In times of trouble it is even possible to call in favours from underworld figures. All in the goal of acquiring a monopoly position.

The playing field is a world map which is divided into regions. You start in one but can expand to any region you wish. In said regions you can build headquarters, offices and factories. You can also determine the amount of staff that should work there. You can also build recreational buildings to ease tension within your corporation.

Performing research allows you to know what people would like to see in their products, reliability, aesthetics, ease of use, performance or prestige. Marketing allows you to place advertisements in various media, both for promoting your products, or spreading rumors about the opponents' products.

To change the odds once in a while you receive action cards, they can be played and give you a bonus or other people a disadvantage.


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There are 18 other screenshots on file for other versions of this game.

Alternate Titles

  • "Entrepreneur: World Domination Through Corporate Warfare" -- Tag-lined title

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Topic # Posts Last Post
and OS/2 is live? 11 Pseudo_Intellectual (44379)
Jul 06, 2014


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Kabushi (121084) added Entrepreneur (OS/2) on Jun 10, 2014
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