Concept

Global Domination

Summary
Global Domination is a 1993 strategy game modeled closely on the board game Risk. Impressions Games expanded on the game dividing the world into more territories, adding unit types which could be controlled in a mini-game, adding the concept of unit obsolescence, valuing regions higher or lower than others (for income), and adding the ability to fund intelligence operations. Gameplay Like Risk, Global Domination is a turn-based game. Each game starts with the players being allocated a few random territories across the globe. The player would then be allocated a certain number of points to invest in purchasing units, researching technology or spending in intelligence operations. Players could then use their units to claim neutral or "brown" territories or to invade other player territories. Players would often have to be careful not to spread their forces too thin, lest they risk their territories revolting (or turning into "purple territories"). The game has four scenarios, s
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