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Conquer the Caribbean: Port Royale 4 Announced

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Kalypso Media has announced Port Royale 4 (Kalypso Shop | Steam), an all-new entry in its much-loved seafaring trading sim series, financially supported by ‘Film und Medienstiftung NRW’ and developed by Gaming Minds Studios (Railway Empire, Patrician) for release in Q4 2020 on Windows PC, PlayStation®4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
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Online and Operational: Spacebase Startopia Revealed

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Pyro Studios Remasters Emerge at gamescom 2019

Kalypso Media has today released the first full trailers for Commandos 2 - HD Remaster and Praetorians - HD Remaster. Developed by Yippee Entertainment and Torus Games respectively, these two classic strategy titles will arrive on modern platforms in 2019 with enhanced controls and updated graphics.
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Closed Beta available now for Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars

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Feature Request: Placing building over trees highlights them

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    Feature Request: Placing building over trees highlights them

    Hello Kalypso, thank you for Tropico 6. I have some nonsense for you.

    I like my trees and always try cut as little as possible while building any city. But sometimes I build a road very carefully, and it still removes some beautiful ceiba tree.

    It would really help if:
    In building mode, every time the player hovers the new road/building to some place with natural objects (trees, bushes, stones) the object is highlighted, demonstrating that it is going to be removed. It would really help me in city planning.
    Another step in the same direction is to lower the virtual "demolition boundary" around the tree, so the player can place the road's bend fairly close to the trunk without removing it.

    Thank you!