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Seven Cities of Gold (Commemorative Edition)

Seven Cities of Gold is simulation game designed by Danielle Berry, Bill Bunten, Michael Kosaka, developed by Ozark Softscape and released by Electronic Arts in 1993. Seven Cities of Gold runs on DOS.
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  • Lobert - 18/11/2019 04:57
    Hi. Good game I didn't know. Combat not so well implemented and some mechanics neither. After some (game) years of mapping the new world, the ships and the settlements (a fort and a mission) disappear. I don't know if this is a consequence of my poor game or a bug in the game; any idea?.
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