Mississippi: a Trading Simulation for All Adventurers

Mississippi is a trading simulation audiogame which starts in 1770 in the wild west of good old America.

One day you receive a letter, that your uncle who's living in America has died and bequeaths you his entire estate. That means fifty square meters of stockroom, one thousand dollars and fifty acres of grain. You decide to jump at this opportunity. You leave your old home and emigrate to the new world. You have to buy and sell your goods, build kontors in several towns, build wagons, and earn money. And, if you're good enough, you could even become the President.

As in real life, there are good and bad things that can happen. Some for yourself, some for the other players. You could win a lot of money, or all your wagons could get stuck causing you to miss out on goods for a round.

You can play the game with five people, even sighted folks can enjoy the game. The game itself is not self-voicing, so you need a screenreader to play it. We have tested it with Window-Eyes and JAWS and it works properly. It is released as shareware, giving you the opportunity to "try before you buy".

Click this link to visit the Mississippi website to download the game.

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