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Virtual Villagers

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Reviewer:  supergre8girl
Location:  Netherlands
Its a great game, You have to think and do stuf and it goes on when you stoped with playing it. its just great. You really have to play this!!!!

18 MB
Estimated download time:
Cable/DSL: 33 seconds
Dial-up: 45 minutes

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Care for and nurture a tribe of little people by teaching them the basics of survival. Fleeing from a volcano eruption, your little villagers find themselves stranded on a mysterious new island. They need to become farmers, builders, scientists, and parents and make decisions about unpredictable 'island events'!

Guide their day-to-day lives and help them explore and restore their new home. As your village grows and prospers, your villagers become curious about their mysterious new island home and the secrets it holds.



  Free Trial Version!

Real-time, simulation gameplay
Hundreds of unique villagers
Uncover mysteries as you play
16 island puzzles to discover
  for only $19.99

 Full Unlimited Version.
 Instant activation.
 No additional downloads.
 No shipping, waiting or CD-ROM     necessary.

Minimum System Requirements:
Windows 98/2000/Me/XP
Processor: PII 333 MHz
DirectX 7.0
128 MB RAM
Free hard drive space: 20 MB
SVGA Video Card DirectX 7.0
Sound Card
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Virtual Villagers
Written by: candy_for_all  | Read all reviews by this user

Pros: 
challenging and rewarding - real time play

Cons: 
your little villagers will die .... alot at first

Comments: 
this is a seriously, dangerously addictive puzzel game. you'll find your self caring about those little lost villagers as if they were real. possibly one of the best 'online/downloadable' games ever. and the great bit is .. there are two sequels.
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