Advertising BlurbsAdvert in Zzap! (Issue 6 October 85 p67) – UK:
◄ SEVEN CITIES OF GOLDAn exploration game set in the 16th century world of the Spanish Conquistadors. Historically and geographically accurate. Features:
► Over 2,800 screens representing 11 million square miles of the undiscovered New World.
► 200 different native settlements to trade with or fight.
► Navigate, mine, establish settlements and manage your own resources.
► The computer maps your discoveries and will generate an infinite number of random new worlds.
► Joystick control.
► COMMODORE 64/128, ATARI 600/800XL & 130XE £14.95
APPLE II/II+/IIc/IIe, IBM PC/PCjr £19.95
Contributed by RFGeneration (58553) on Apr 22, 2015.
1492 - 1540
The Age of Discovery, Exploration and Conquest.
The Stage of History Belonged to Spain. Now it Belongs to You.
SET SAIL from Spain. Outfit your expedition and head west into the unknown. And if you make it back with gold and maps, the Court might make you a Governor General or even a Viceroy.
DISCOVER the New World. Explore the Mississippi and the Amazon. The Great Lakes. The Straits of Magellan. Hidden gold mines. And 200 different native settlements, from small tribes of hunters and farmers to the mighty cities of the Aztec and Incan empires.
AZTEC AND INCA cities have the most gold. But how will you get it? Trade? Trickery? Treachery? Conquest? The natives are the key to your success. And a mirror for your soul.
OVER 2800 SCREENS represent the worlds you'll explore, building computer drawn maps as you go. In the historical game you'll create an accurate map of the geography and populations of 16th Century North, South and Central America. And then, when you're ready...
RANDOM CONTINENTS. Face what the conquistadors faced. Ask your computer to dream up New Worlds, worlds never before seen by anyone. Then test yourself against the utterly unknown as gold and glory, out there somewhere, draw you ever deeper into an incredible fantasy of your own creation.
Contributed by Belboz (6486) on Sep 13, 2001.
1492-1540 The Age of Discovery, Exploration and Conquest. The Stage of History Belonged to Spain. Now it Belongs to You.
Contributed by woods01 (154) on Mar 17, 2001.