I think i played first couple games on a small map filling all the spots for ai players and finishing them off at the end of ancient era. Then on a standard map till somewhat middle ages, which pretty much is enough for me, cuz huge map gives me laggs.
I guess it's just the way i play. I...
Being locked on quarantine and everything i decided to get back to the most delicious timewaster in my experience, which is civ3 :D. And since this mode seems to be so popular, and looks absolutely gorgeous, i decided give it a try. Enjoyed it so far, but! i find it a bit less challenging to...
Thank you for such a lovely customization. I like to play on highest difficulties, but it usually gives me guns vs arrows situation which is utterly ridiculous. Not anymore! I just had a nice classical era game experience.
just have finished my 70th turn on immortal level. Had war with Gilgamesh. He sent like 9 or so chariots, i wasn't much ready to the unexpected war. As a greek all i did is put couple hoplites on the hills on the way to my capital, and fortified them. He could really pass them and strike...
so it's either 1 city or settling like crazy at the moment. :p
i'm thinking to try A+ by voluntarily having only 1 city myself, and if i pick everyone as Greeks that would also add some historical sense.
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it says i need 5 bucks or so, which i don't have cuz i'm broke :/
Is there anyway to hack the Steam? (it's my first time dealing with steam)
This game is too unbalanced anyway, just like real life i guess. And every country has it's own unique destiny. :)
As you could already see as ex. France was trying to use their advantage against not so cool in this period of history Ottomans, but suddenly stumbled upon now already 4! opponents...
Oh yeah, thanks to Rick!
Btw: Cyc do you like chinese food? :D
I think it's still pretty playable especially if some of the strongest nations with too much land already (like UK ;)) will take under its protection Chinese ppl.
Evening. Sitting on the bay of his new residence in Cuba and lighting a Cuban cigar, Grover Cleveland had noticed with his hawk eye some beautiful lights in the distance.
'What is it?', he asked hoarsely.
'It's Port of Prince, Sir', said one of his generals.
'Am i not a Prince?'