- Commodore Amiga, MS-DOS
- Sega Genesis
- FM Towns, NEC PC-9801
- Sega CD
- Mac OS, Atari Jaguar
- 3DO Interactive Multiplayer
- Commodore Amiga CD32
- Acorn Archimedes
|System(s)||Commodore Amiga, MS-DOS, Sega Genesis, FM Towns, NEC PC-9801, Sega CD, Mac OS, Atari Jaguar, 3DO Interactive Multiplayer, Commodore Amiga CD32, SNES, Acorn Archimedes, Windows|
|Expansion pack(s)||Syndicate: American Revolt|
|Followed by||Syndicate Wars|
- This is the first game in the Syndicate series. For other games in the series see the Syndicate category.
- For the first-person shooter reboot, see Syndicate (2012).
Syndicate is a real-time tactical strategy game developed by Bullfrog Productions and published by Electronic Arts, initially for Amiga and MS-DOS in 1993 with versions for a wide variety of computers and consoles following in 1994 and 1995. Syndicate takes place in a dystopian future where mega-corporations rival each other for control over the population. To assist in maintaining order and control, these corporations enlist "volunteers" (chosen by a draft system) to carry out special tasks to complete to ensure that standard operations of the mega corporation aren't disrupted. The player controls a small division within Eurocorp, tasked with these special missions to further the goals of the company.
The game's success led to the release of an expansion in 1993 titled Syndicate: American Revolt, and later a sequel, Syndicate Wars, in 1996. A reboot, simply called Syndicate, was released in 2012.
Box art for the PC version via Origin's digital store.
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