Win Gangsters on CD-Rom
Saturday 05 December 1998
Players start with a small amount of capital and have to build up their businesses through protection rackets, prostitution, illegal liquor and gambling using bribes, making alliances and eliminating enemies in a bid to become the most powerful "family" in a city where you can control up to 100 gangsters and 5,000 animated characters await you.
Gangsters combines man-management, business management and real-time interaction to create a highly original strategy game.
To mark its release, The Information has 25 copies of the game up for grabs. For a chance to win one, send your name, address and phone number on a postcard to: Gangsters comp, Parkes Print, 86 East Ave, Hayes, Middx UB3 2HR by 19 Dec. The first cards pulled from the hat after that date will receive a copy of the game. Usual Independent Newspapers rules apply.
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