Mafia - La Cosa Nostra Scenario (MGE) 1.4

An awesome Mafia Wars themed scenario in a huge urban city map by Eivind IV.

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    An awesome Mafia Wars themed scenario in a huge urban city map by Eivind IV.

    Hosted by the Scenario League. Successfully tested in Civ2 MGE.

    File added to this area as part of Blake's lost scenario/mod files restoration & cataloging project which can be found here:
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    Original Description/Intro:
    ^^MAFIA - La Cosa Nostra (version 1.4)
    ^
    The mafia is a basic part of American life, deniance or not. Every generation has
    had its underworld kings. Unforgettable personalities that commit unspeakable crimes.
    We call them names like Al "Scarface" Capone, "Lucky" Luciano or "the Dapper Don".
    ^
    The mafia is a business. It turns over more money than America's ten largest industrial
    corporations. It saw its break through during the prohibition era and came out as the
    leading crime fraction in New York City. Most importantly, it won control over the
    Brooklyn docks during this time. After the prohibition, the NYC mafia was organized
    into five families - the Bonanno family, the Colombo Family, the Gambino family, the
    Genovese family, and the Lucchese family. The mafia expanded into different forms of
    crime, to prostitution, gambling and racketeering.
    ^
    Mafia power peaked in the United States in the mid 20th century, until a series of FBI
    investigations in the 1970s and 1980s somewhat curtailed the Mafia's influence. Despite
    the decline, the Mafia and its reputation have become entrenched in American popular
    culture, portrayed in movies, TV shows, and even product commercials.
    ^
    ^^This is the story of the Italian mafia's rise and fall in New York City.

    Screenshots:
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