DOS - 1993
Also available on: Amiga
Description of Global Domination
Global Domination is a game published in 1993 by Impressions, the theme is managerial. It features a strategy, simulation genre and uses a top-down perspective.
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Badwolf74 2015-09-16 1 point
So far, it's pretty fun (however I haven't been playing very long, so I can't say how the game plays in the later stages. I know many games like this get plagued with bugs in late game). Imagine a hybrid of Risk and Civilization. Civilization because there are several leaders to choose from (although you yourself can't be a specific leader, you are simply the player) and you compete against the other leaders and can build your own world.
Risk because you don't build specific military units, you just build "armies" and you aren't managing cities. You move your armies through the countries of the world to control them. Your goal is simply to conquer the rest of the world through brute militaristic force.
Once you start your game, you're given control of a few random sections of the world (for me, I had control of Mexico, Illinois, Vietnam, and a few other various countries) and you basically are set off with no explanation as to why you're trying to conquer the world, or the controls to do so for that matter. It does leave room for coming up with your own stories then, which I like. Overall, it's a fun time killer if you enjoy a good game of Risk.
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