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 Post subject: Multiplayer aspects
PostPosted: 14 Mar 2007, 20:51 
Freeman
Freeman

Joined: 09 Oct 2006, 18:23
Posts: 198
Location: Portugal
The braisntorm turned preety much to single player actions (actions you do to improve your city).

Let's talk here of the multiplayer aspects, which sadly I haven't seen many.


Trade:
- normal buying selling things with other cities.
- enabling trade wars: a group of cities joining to sell short a specific product a competing city specializes on so that it goes bankrupt.
- enabling monopolies: a city or group of cities cornering the market in a product and imposing it's own price on it.


Marketing:
- Advertise your city in other cities: attract investment, turism, more? (and is there a multi-player role in this action?)


Intelligence:
- Spying: gathering of social, economic, industrial, etc data on other cities.
- Sabotage: industrial, echological, propaganda sabotage


Politics and Big investment:
- Bribing/competing for big government and big corporations investment/subsidies.


More?

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