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Imperialism II: Age of Exploration is a turn-based strategy computer game developed by Frog City Software and published by Strategic Simulations, Inc. (SSI) in 1999. It is the successor to the 1997 game Imperialism. In Imperialism II, the player starts as ruler of a XVI century European power in it's quest to dominate the Old World. This is all about exploring, building an empire on the New World, carrying home the new amazing resources and riches and use them to conquer the Old World. In many aspects, it is a step back from Imperialism, but this game too is a masterpiece. Visually it didn't aged a bit, just like a good old wine, it seems it's gotten only better. It's a timeless masterpiece.
As requested by a number of viewers, it's time for another go at Imperialism II. Again, per request, we're cranking the difficulty all the way to Nigh-on Impossible - though I really think they could've settled for just the last word when they named this setting. It will be more a game to see how long I last, rather than whether I'll win, I reckon. Care to join this adventure? This series is best viewed through its playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_o2VnuBhnV6cTRjiJKZTfFwYsXjMKM-R The version of Imperialism II that I'm playing is the one available at Good Old Games (www.gog.com), © Ubisoft.