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A story-driven tactical roleplaying game with a touch of strategic resource management and a pinch of choose-your-own-adventure.
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    1. die_brotdose on

      Expeditions: Southeast Asia

    2. JC Phoenix on

      Expeditions: Vikings?

      Sail around on a boat discovering new lands and choosing to either pillage all these new cultures you meet, or set up a valuable trade network with them.

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      Lukas Daniel Klausner

      Expeditions: Congo? Africa would be a great setting.

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      Taziar on

      Expeditions: Mars

      The year is 2318, it is the Age of ReExploration and the Canadian Crown has just granted you command of your very own expedition to Mars. Though Mars was first colonized 290 years ago, it has been less than a decade since Earth has rediscovered the space-age technology necessary to travel there. Will you establish trade with the native-martians, or subjugate them with your (hopefully) superior technology?

    5. Logic Artists Creator on

      Ok for you folks that don't have the Twitter or the Facebook we'll count your guess here.

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      Alex Cooksey on

      Liked and commented on Facebook. I'm just coming to the end of another playthrough - Gents, it's been great - after 30 or so projects you still get the prize for unexpected greatness.

      Sign me up for the next project - can't wait to see what comes along.

    7. Yves on

      Using neither, so I'll just leave it here : a (kind of) El Borak themed game in Central Asia would be awesome. Colonial India shenanigans, secluded Afghan mountains, abandoned caves and temples, Golok bandits...
      Anyhow, awesome news !

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      cpt_freakout on

      Exciting stuff - I'm hoping Marco Polo! Or like Stefan said, a look at African colonization could be very interesting (and sad, like Conquistador was!).

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      Stefan V

      Have neither but I'd guess it either Lewis & Clark or a search for Conrads Heart of darkness.