In 1971, CreaTek release a title called "Pure Greed" and subtitled it as, "A Nasty Game for Nasty People." In truth, the game could have been subtitled, "A Nasty Game *from* Nasty People," as it is essentially the same game that CreaTek marketed a few years earlier under the name "Speculation".
"Pure Greed" is for two to six players. The object of the game is to amass the greatest wealth through property ownership. Players first compete at auction for the properties, then collect rents from each other or the bank as they land on owned properties. The game ends when the last purchase OPTION card has been purchased, at which point the player with the most money is the winner.