Vermeer

DOS game, 1987

Genre:
Simulation
Year:
1987
Developer:
Ariolasoft
Publisher:
Ariolasoft
Perspective:
Other
Theme:
Managerial, Turn-based

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Step into the world of art and intrigue with the 1987 DOS game, Vermeer. This unique strategy game offers players a taste of the art world, where they hunt for valuable paintings by the legendary Johannes Vermeer and others. Set in the early 20th century, the game blends elements of art, history, and economics, providing a rich and educational gaming experience.

Players take on the role of an art dealer, traveling across Europe to acquire famous artworks from auctions, private collectors, and even through less scrupulous means. The game's strategy involves managing finances, making shrewd investments, and outsmarting competitors. The thrill of discovering a genuine masterpiece, or the disappointment of acquiring a forgery, adds to the game's dynamic nature.

Vermeer's gameplay is a captivating mix of risk and reward. Players must carefully choose where to invest their time and resources, balancing the pursuit of art with the need to maintain a profitable portfolio. The game's interface, though simple by today's standards, effectively conveys the atmosphere of the era and the art world's allure. For those who appreciate art, history, or strategy games, Vermeer offers an engaging journey into a world where masterpieces and fortunes are made and lost.

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