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    Black Gold

    Game » consists of 14 releases. Released 1989

    A turn-based strategy game with some action scenes that is also known in Europe as Oil Imperium. The player slips into the role of an oil magnate to build up an oil empire while leaving his opponents in the competition as far as possible far behind.

    Short summary describing this game.

    Black Gold last edited by Marino on 05/25/22 07:12AM View full history


    Black Gold is a strategy simulation game developed and published by reLINE Software for Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64, PC (DOS), and Java based mobile phones. The DOS port of the game was published by Rainbow Arts Software in the US.

    Despite having the same name, this game is unrelated to the 1991 Starbyte Software game also titled Black Gold.


    In Black Gold players set out to make as much money as possible in the oil production industry. With multiple objectives and multiple ways to accomplish goals, the player can either run their company like a legitimate business or use less than savory techniques to reign supreme in the market.


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