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Tropico 5 is the fifth installment in the Tropico series, and the first to benefit from a Linux port on Steam. The game was launched in 2014 with support for single-player, multi-player and co-op modes, and received positive user reviews.

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Tropico 5 is a simulation game with modern graphics where you manage a remote island, starting in the 19th century and going up to the 21st, while having access to various buildings, technologies, resources, and trading routes.

Return to the remote island nation of Tropico in the next installment of the critically acclaimed and hugely popular ‘dictator sim’ series. Expand your Dynasty’s reign from the early colonial period to beyond the 21st Century, facing an all-new set of challenges, including advanced trading mechanics, technology and scientific research, exploration and for the first time in Tropico history – cooperative and competitive MULTIPLAYER for up to 4 players.

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Tropico 5 is free to play on Steam until Sunday 22nd, and benefits from a 75% discount, being available for purchase for 11,24€.

Start your reign during colonial times, survive the World Wars and the Great Depression, be a dictator during the Cold War, and advance your country to modern times and beyond. From the 19th century to the 21st, each era carries its own challenges and opportunities.

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