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Syndicate is an strategy game, developed by Bullfrog and released by Electronic Arts in 1993. Syndicate runs on DOS. Syndicate is also part of the Syndicate series.
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The original game and expansion pack were re-released together in 1996 as Syndicate Plus.

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Input: keyboard, mouse

Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, cd-rom

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  • Peter Lamont - 04/08/2018 02:00
    This game is a true classic. There are no games in the modern era like it, in fact. The gameplay is very very fun as you go around on missions all over the globe "persuading" people either with a persuadotron, or by just killing them. Nothing says advertising like an uzi to the face. That's what this game is about. Corporate gangs taking each other out for advertising rights...its a game that would never be made today, and that is what makes it so cool. Ride around in hover cars, take the hover trains all over the city while you see adverts on the sides of buildings telling you to drink a certain beverage. Then out of nowhere enemy agents descend on you.
  • Daniel Andres - 18/02/2017 17:28
    Perfect Game, nothing compare with this old games, more strategic, in other hand have an effort with programming it`s not a result of platform pre designed, use a much brain with C++ . Magnificent work for the epoca.
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