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Acquire
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English edition 2016
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2016
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English
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Oct 2016
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BOARD SIZE
-Classic: 9x12 grid (108 tiles)
-2016: 10x10 grid (100 tiles)

SAFE CORPORATION
-Classic: A corporation with 11 or more tiles is safe
-2016: A corporation with 10 or more tiles is safe (This change, I think, is due to the size of the board)

END GAME
-Classic: The game ends when a player announces that either all active corporations are safe or one active corporation is made up 41 or more tiles.
-2016: The game ends when a player announces that either all active corporations are safe or one active corporation is made up 38 or more tiles. (This change, I think, is due to the size of the board)

DISTRIBUTING STOCKHOLDER BONUSES
-Classic: At merger time the stock martek pays compesatory bonuses to the two largest shareholders in the defunct corporation (Primary & Secondary bonuses). If there is a tie for primary shareholder, add the primary and secondary bonuses together, divide evenly to the tied players. The secondary shareholders gets no bonus. If there's a tie for secondary shareholder, split the bonus among the tied players. If only one player is both the primary and secondary shareholder, that player collects both bonuses.
-2016: At merger time the stock martek pays compesatory bonuses to the three largest shareholders in the defunct corporation (Primary, Secondary & Tertiary bonuses). If there is a tie for primary shareholder, add the primary and secondary bonuses together, and divide by two (it really means evenly I guess). The tied players receive that bonus, the secondary shareholders receives the tertiary bonus, and the tertiary shareholder receives no bonus. If there's a tie for secondary shareholder, add the secondary and tertiary bonuses together, divide by two. The tied players receive that amount as a bonus, and the tertiry shareholder receive no bonus. If the is a tie for the tertiary shareholder, the tied players split that bonus. If only one player owns stock in the defunct corporation, that player receives the primary and tertiary bonuses.

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