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Corruption (1987)

In the real world the good guys rarely win.


The City of London. Deals and chicanery, Porsches and profit, wild animals in handmade suits. And you. Outwardly , you´re on the fast track to success. The partnership in the broking frim came though today, along with new car, new office, new secretary...
But behind the glittering facade, what corruption lurks unseen ?

Are you really a winner? Or are you a dead man? Because in the world of big money, there´s nothing in between.
Corruption. It´s new. It´s different. It´s on everyone´s mind. Because these people are rich. Vicious. And they run the country.
Corruption is written by Magnetic Scrolls, home of classics like The Pawn and The Guild of Thieves. It´s a fast-paced thriller, al battle of wills like nothing else you´ve ever placed. Your only weapons are communication and information. There´s nobody you can trust. And it isn´t easy. But then, neither is life

Story: Rob Steggles
Graphics: Alan Hunnisett, Richard Selby
Programming: Hugh Steers
Platforms: Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64, Macintosh, MS-Dos
Game box contained (Atari ST): Tape "Derek Rogers, March 25th", casino chip 500, Adventure Guide Atari ST, Gameplay guide, Hint section, Guide to casino games, Personal organizer pages, one 3.5"-disk

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