I've been playing these games and they are kinda fun though I might share them with the board. Note all these are windows but they can be run through Windows emulators.
First up is Wall Street Raider You can buy and sell stock but unlike stock trading game when you have controling intrest you run that company. You can set growth and productivity move cash around merge or take over other comapines. The object of the game is to worth more then the other players. Some of the big compaines are there but with a diffent name for example AOL is Newbies Online and they own Gargantion Media Corp (Time) which in turn owns Tanner Bros (WB) so instead of AOL-Time Warner in the game it is NOL-Garg Tanner. If your thinking of taking them over in the game like me remeber they will cost around 2 billion even then it is by a slight majority of controlling intrest and you have to take on over 13 billion dollars in debt so they are a bit big to swallow. Anyway this game is fun in 2 player as once you set up a empire you can now use its muscle to crush your opponents empires.
Next up is Billionaire Business Bash Like Monopoly excpet the board is dividend into industires and the more square in the industry you own the more you can charge other people for landing there and develop squares to also increase the money opponents has to pay you but unlike Monoploy you can aggressively buyout Opponents squares..
Finnaly there is Hollywood Mogul I don't know if I like it or not it is unique. You make movies, set budgets, pick writers and get the best mix of talent to make money.
Anyway you may want to check these out since they are shareware and don't costs a thing to try out. All of these atleast killed by boredom.
You know what? I'd like Shareware games if they weren't so limited! I like the full version, but I don't know if I want to spend all that money, you know? I wish someone would come out with a really good freeware game.