Featuring four classic Amiga games, all boxed; Theme Park, Sid Meier's Colonization, Supremacy and K240. Exemplary and innovative strategy/simulation games of their time, these are a must have for collectors and retro computer gamers. They are in good condition, but unfortunately cannot be tested. Supremacy's box is a little warped and rough looking, but its contents are kept safe by a plastic sleeve.
WARNING: These games cannot be played on modern computer systems. Requires a floppy disk drive and a Commodore Amiga computer, or some way to emulate it.
Theme Park: The classic and definitive management simulation game from Bullfrog, the first of many acclaimed 'Theme' games. Construct and manage your own dream theme park - build and maintain rides, shops and other entertainments to keep visitors coming back.
Comes in a minimal 'Electronic Arts' box, with four floppy disks but no instruction manual.
Sid Meier's Colonization: Turn-based strategy game themed on the early European colonization of the New World, starting in 1492 and lasting until 1850. A fondly-remembered classic for fans of Civilization, you start by controlling one of four European powers attempting to develop a new nation in the Americas, eventually becoming strong enough to declare independence.
Comes with technical manual and three disks in plastic sleeve, no instruction manual.
Supremacy: Sci-fi strategy-simulation game, building new colonies on different planets and defending them from your rival.
Comes with instruction manual, glossary, retro EA Games catalogue, a colour poster and four disks - one a demo for Sensible World of Soccer - all in a plastic sleeve.
K240: Sci-fi real-time strategy game: build space colonies on a cluster of asteroids and mine them for valuable ore, while fending off alien rivals.
Comes with instruction manual, quick reference guide and three disks.