In the early 90's I was to play one of the best Amiga strategy games of all time with buildings to place, resources to mine and Alien races to defeat. That game was none other than the brilliant Amiga sci-fi planetary classic ' Utopia : The Creation of a Nation ', which was published by Gremlin Interactive. In fact it was such a fine title, I just had to mention that the same game is now available on GamesNostalgia as an easily launch-able set up for the PC
Although this game was released on other systems too such as DOS, I fondly remember playing it on my Amiga 500 for many hours at a time. It wasn't just the orchestrated style music that pulled me in, but how seriously cool it was placing defences, keeping an eye on my colony such as needing new housing, or researching the latest tech with hovering tanks ready to deal a mighty blow to the Aliens!
In truth even now there's not much I could say wrong with the game, bar the lack of seeing your foes cities being destroyed in real time. But if you haven't played the game and want to give it a go today without fiddling with emulation setups and finding the floppy disks, you might as well download it through GamesNostalgia.
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