Tropico 5 Summary
El Presidente has had a prophetic dream of aliens looking to build an "intergalactic motorway" right across Tropico, and so the new Tropico 5 Surf's Up DLC out today enlists the help of mankind's aquatic chums; the dolphins.
A new sandbox map, avatar accessory, music tracks and The Dolphinarium await in the new add-on. It releases today for PC, Mac and SteamOS for the price of £2.49 / €2.99 / $3.99.
The 'declaration of war on the ocean' is well underway in Tropico 5: Waterborne, which features all-new water-based industry, homes and even new foreign power deterrents like a submarine.
A new gameplay trailer has been released byshowcasing some of the new floating real-estate El Presidente will be commissioning for his fellow Tropicans.
The first major addition to the island dictator sim Tropico 5 has just been announced. Now El Presidente will have the option to expand his industry into water-based ventures.
A whole slew of coastal and off-shore buildings are introduced with Waterborne, including "luxurious floating apartments," and submarines can be commissioned to beef up our naval power.
It's time for some extra health care in Tropico and this latest DLC for Tropico 5 looks to soothe the mind with The Asylum, which is great for citizens recovering from being discredited by El Presidente.
It's up to every dictator to decide whether their mental health care is a force for good, or not. A new 'Madness' scenario is also available, along with a new sandbox map.
Dictator simulator (that's fun to say) Tropico 5 has by the military government of Thailand, who claim that the game's themes and content "may affect peace and order in the country".
You'd have thought the current Thai regime, who took control of the country in May after a military coup, could pick up a tip or two from developer Kalypso's tongue in cheek nation-building strategy game.