Welcome to the "Game of the Month - September 2013" for Colonization! Money does not stink! ...or does it? This month you have to become rich - after all stinking rich: Link to video. Spoiler : John J. Astor, John D. Rockefeller, Bill Gates ... the list of those who have made it to America's richest men of their time is long. In the Game of the Month of September you are going to walk in their paths. In the year of our Lord 1621 you've been equipped and instructed by the Dutch West India Company to head for the New World. Once there, you are entitled on behalf of the Dutch king to claim all estates that you can get hold of. You are allowed to independently manage and exploit this country. Search for the treasures that this new continent holds, gather its valuable raw materials and manufacture fine goods for the homeland market. Increase your profits, letting them shoot through the roof - but consider that your king will demand his share. However, do not forget that the New World also carries risks. It is said, savages live there, who aren't God-fearing. You are on your own in this wilderness, neither the Crown nor the West India Company will provide you with more money unless you earn it through business. Yet another thing: it is known that other European nations also plan to settle there. Do not be buy the cutting! If only one of these foreign colonies develop into a sovereign state and wins its war of independence before you reach your goal, the homeland market will crash - and your efforts will be for nothing! Don't disappoint your clients but seize the chance to become the richest man in the world. The one who's account reaches $ 100,000 in the fewest turns wins this game If another nation calls out its independence, the game is lost The game is played as usual with our German community modification TAC 2.03_final ("The Authentic Colonization"). This game of the month ends on September, 30th. Before you get started, please inform yourself about our entry rules and code of conduct. >>> starting save <<< Good business, Mijnheer!