Seven Cities of Gold: Commemorative Edition

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Seven Cities of Gold: Commemorative Edition

DOS - 1993

Alt names 7COG, 7 Cities of Gold
Year 1993
Platform DOS
Released in United States
Genre Strategy
Theme Historical Battle (specific/exact), Managerial, Trade
Publisher Electronic Arts, Inc.
Developer Ozark Softscape, SEGA Interactive Development Division
Perspective Top-Down
Dosbox support Supported on 0.70
4.64 / 5 - 44 votes

Description of Seven Cities of Gold: Commemorative Edition

Seven Cities of Gold: Commemorative Edition (aka 7COG, 7 Cities of Gold) is a video game published in 1993 on DOS by Electronic Arts, Inc.. It's a strategy game, set in a historical battle (specific/exact), managerial and trade themes.

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Comments and reviews

Gen 2019-12-21 1 point

Yeah this was reported, you can fin info on the web about that English-Sheep-Shagger who complained to EA and because of that it was pulled. Shame really.

Jayar 2018-07-19 0 point

Like Forrest Gump said, "Stupid complains as stupid is" or something like that

Angus 2017-12-12 0 point

I wonder how many dozens of games they downloaded till they found one to complain about.

Matt 2017-05-28 0 point

I hit download and it downloaded... What's the problem, guys?

TomaStel 2014-06-02 -2 points DOS version

Well, I agree that the last two comments about being unable to download the game sound as unnecessarily harsh, but "abandonware" doesn't mean "copyright-free", it means that, since a copyrighted game is no longer obtainable, someone decides to be bold enough to make it available for download, so that the "abandoned" game won't be lost. So an abandonware site is expected to give access to copyrighted games, at least as long as there isn't any reasonably available legitimate source for a game.

indstr 2014-02-11 3 points DOS version

Dudes, stop complaining that there are no download links for games which are still copyrighted. I think the scope of this site is greater than just abandonware. It is a history of PC games of the 80's and 90's. I for one would be sad if the non-abandonware games weren't listed... Because the history would be incomplete.

So just shut your complaining and find the game elsewhere. Seriously.

admin 2013-12-11 2 points DOS version

Sorry guys, this game is still copyrighted :/

Aqua_Lung 2013-12-10 -7 points DOS version

Like the poster below wrote, the link below does NOT take you to the download, but rather to another site. Complete and utter garbage. Apart from deceiving people, what purpose does this page actually serve? To the person/people who run this site: Did deceiving me add inches to your pathetically underdeveloped genitals? If you're incapable of delivering what you promise, than close this site down. Thank you.

Dyre 2013-11-16 -6 points DOS version

The link below does NOT take you to the download, it takes you to another site where the game is not. Totally wasted my time at this worthless site.

promytius 2013-05-25 1 point DOS version

I LOVED this game when it first came out! Wooopie!
Just the right amount of everythng in this one, so wonderful to see it again - cannot wait to reconquer the New World!
Thanks for bringing this one back!

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