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Feb 4, 2011 | 7:58 AM EST
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Author Comments

High Tea is a strategic plate-spinning game, you play an independent British smuggler selling opium in China's Pearl Delta.

Buy cheap and sell high to make a profit, but make sure you also obtain enough tea to keep Britain happy. You have ten years before the opium wars begin - can you make your fortune?

Based on historical events, this game also shines a light on a questionable episode in the history of the British Empire.

Reviews


LichtenstennienLichtenstennien

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great game

I loved it. It was very addiciting.
I've only played it twice and both times i have bankrupted on the last year. Very frustrating. But other than the urge to headbutt my computer into to dust, i cant think of anything bad about it


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dreamsnbluedreamsnblue

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fantastic!

This game kept me coming back for more! Excellent game!


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balldonballdon

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very addicting!

This is a VERY addicting game!



IhannahIhannah

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fabulous!

Really surprised me,
Its good to see interesting games based in history



OvenbakedOvenbaked

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Exelent game!

I love this game, though i do find it a bit easy, The trading really makes you think "Hmm, their offering £99 for 1 chest, But those people are offering £70 for 20" OR "Their offering £70, but the current market price is £72, Should I sell to buy more tea or save to make a profit"