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Posted at 11:16 on December 11th, 2013 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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In order to be able to save the game a 'SAVE' folder must be created in the Kolumbus directory !

Um im Spiel auch speichern zu können muss ein Ordner namens 'SAVE' im Kolumbus Verzeichniss erstellt werden.
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Edited by woedas at 11:21 on December 11th, 2013
Posted at 19:15 on February 6th, 2013 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Floppy set catalogued:
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ID: 1041
Title: Christoph Kolumbus
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Language: English
Disks: 3.5" HD (1440kB) x 2
Protection: ?
Format: Raw (.IMG)
Status: Unverified

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Posted at 17:33 on December 12th, 2012 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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The strategic business simulation Christoph Kolumbus was public in February 1994 by "Software 2000" on the PC and the Amiga. On the Internet, the game is sometimes called a clone of The Patrician, because it was designed by Martin Wölk who was also involved in said other game. I see more parallels with the Amiga/C64 game Spoils of War from the year 1992, though, because the game is about discovering surrounding islands from one's home base, settle and develop them, but selling goods and building new ships or military units is only possible in the home base. A free form of trade like in The Patrician where you can buy and sell goods whereever you want is not possible, you can only trade at your home harbour.


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