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on 4/24/1998, at 11:33pm.
Welcome to Warp's Entrepreneur Page
Entrepreneur is a refreshing new realtime strategy game from
Stardock Systems, Inc.
In Entrepreneur players start their own companies, the object of the game being
to put the competition out of business. The game consists of three main
areas--production, research, and marketing--which are dealt with in detail in
The basic gameplay of Entrepreneur consists of researching potential new
markets, building your products (computers in the base game), researching new
technologies, and selling your products at a reasonable profit. The
players choose which areas of the world to sell their products in by
sending their salesmen to those regions. Marketing campaigns also play a huge
role in the game, and are strategically extremely important. Gameplay
is enhanced greatly through the use of Direct Action Cards (DACs), which cause
events to occur, situations to change, and fun-factor skyrocket.
Some of the aspects of the game that I would call features are:
Okay, maybe that last one isn't really a feature, but it's true nonetheless! :)
- Cross Platform Support - OS/2 Warp, Win95, and WinNT versions
- Great Internet Play
- Extremely Challenging AI with settable difficulty levels
- High Quality Sound
- Stardock.net - Internet meeting area
- High replayibility
- Expansion Ability - New markets and Maps
- Fun, Fun, Fun!
Here are links to the various pages of this site. More pages will be added as
A lot is happening in Entrepreneur land. The game has landed in most of
popular software stores. The 1.1 update has been out for some time. The
1.2 enhancements are on the way (although no date has been announced yet).
Ent is generating a lot of discussion in the newsgroups
comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.strategic). Stardock is releasing all kinds of
for ent, including new maps, the map creation kit, and (as of yesterday)
industry, although it is still listed as being beta.
Stardock.net says that it cannot be used for multiplayer yet. :(
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