Utopia: The Creation of a Nation
Utopia: The Creation of a Nation is an old DOS science fiction simulation game, developed by Celestial software, designed by Robert Crack, Graeme Ing and published by Konami in 1992. It's available for download.
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What they thought about it
"Seems a little daunting at first. You'll need about 20 minutes to get used to everything and will probably spend a further hour or two just experimenting. Then hardcore gaming can begin. There's no 'right way' to complete the game so you should be hooked for quite some time. In case you do get bored, Gremlin is already preparing a datadisk with more planets to colonise and aliens to conquer." - ACE magazine
Downloads for Utopia: The Creation of a Nation
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Input: keyboard, mouse, joystick
Graphics: EGA, Tandy, VGA
Sound cards supported: Adlib, Sound Blaster, Roland, Tandy
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