Summary: game play is good, somewhat repeditve. Tactical action between naval units is difficult to understand and manage. If you just auto resolve you can't capture ships or cargo. Variables in trade good values is an added feature.
Summary: Hello fellow gamers. Well I read the reviews and looked at the homepage for East India Company. I bought Port Royal 2 a year ago at the bargin basement section of Best Buy. THAT was by far the best 7 dollars I have ever spent on a game. So when i saw this game I was very interested.
Summary: I loaded my game on Vista Home Premium and had no problems running. You CAN load a ship full with just one drag of the mouse if you know which buttons to hold (Game even tells you) I have not had that problem with the goods falling in value too quickly but I have not played at the hard level yet.
Summary: ok yes i know that is the whole point but didn't keep my interest that
long – i guess i am more of a RPG girl. Good for the person that wants to
challenge themselves again and again to improve their skills on the same thing.
My step dad would love it.
Summary: East india Trading company provided a challenging trading scenario. You start off with 150000 pounds and are asked to open up trading with
India. From there on you can choose what Ships you build and what items
Summary: I bought this as I do for the games which are a combination of strategy and sea battles..which are not the best I have experienced but good, to summerise I am well pleased with this game, and do not in any way regret purchasing it, regarding any problems with downloading etc..I had no prolem at all!
Summary: Great strategy game that you are not always sure of winning.Sea battles are frustrating as your ships do not manoevre as you expect but overall it can be great fun and addictive because you do want to win!
Summary: This game plays very well in the beginning, but if you keep out of trouble your opponents defeat themselves. By Halfway through the game, with little effort, you know you have won and then the game gets boring and there is no way to increase the games difficulty level.
Summary: "East India Company" was a game that appeared briefly in the noughties before quickly disappearing. The game, which seems to combine elements of "Empire Earth" and "Monopoly", is a trading game set between the years 1600 and 1750, and players must choose an East India Company to play, and must...