Set in the fictionalized '80s Latin America, Cartel Tycoon tells the story of a time when the cocaine took over first the US, and then the whole world. Ridiculously rich drug kingpins rule over glorious empires, creating thousands of jobs. But a maelstrom of violence threatens this criminal underworld from within.
Build an empire of drug production and smuggling chains while managing rival cartels, rogue lieutenants, state authorities, and public opinion. Adapt on the fly to procedurally-generated events. When you die (it never really ends well for drug lords), crown your successor, and build your empire from the ruins all over again.
In Cartel Tycoon, failure is inevitable and violence begets more violence — but for the cunning kingpin, unimaginable profits await.
Expand a drug empire in the late ‘80s, controlling everything from production to supply lines. Deal in marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine and legal goods disguising your drug trade.
Rival cartels, the DEA, army and even the CIA all threaten your growing business. Death is inevitable, but not the end. You can choose a replacement.
Conquer neighboring regions and send profits soaring to unlock new upgrade paths and powerful research opportunities
Original soundtrack recorded by artists including Orkesta Mendoza, Chico Unicornio, Candeleros, C.A.M.P.O.S., The Vicious Seeds and more!
- Grow a drug empire in the late ‘80s, dealing in marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine and other goods
- Tycoon action on an epic scale with dozens of upgrade paths and endless strategic combinations
- Run huge logistical systems incorporating farms, labs, warehouses, workshops, research centers, and delivery lines
- Death is inevitable. So players can promote lieutenants with unique traits as replacement overlords
- Evade the authorities and square off against rival cartels on the path to profit
- Procedurally-generated story and roguelike action for endless replayability
- Features both an engaging narcos boss campaign, and sandbox gameplay with endless replayability
- Original soundtrack captures the psychedelic and Latin American influences of the era