aka: Die Fugger
Moby ID: 37227

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Die Fugger is an economy simulation combining elements of games like Kaiser and Hanse. Up to six players can compete on one machine.

You're an impoverished nobody in Germany in the year 1500. However, the death of an uncle leads you to inherit 20 barrels of beer and 500 Talers of money. Start your career heading forwards to getting an renowned and rich member of the society. There are six goods to trade, across 11 different cities. But there's a lot more to do then only trading with goods: attack your opponents or bribe them or build alliances with other players.

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The first hundred players who achieved the highest rank on Amiga or Atari ST and sent in a screenshot, received a certificate from Bomico.


The Amiga version was written in GFA BASIC.


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Contributors to this Entry

Game added by formercontrib.

Atari ST added by Holger F.. Amiga added by Martin Smith.

Additional contributors: Patrick Bregger, twitek.

Game added November 2, 2008. Last modified February 22, 2023.