Re Civ 6: No thanks.
when game design and dynamics are done properly age is meaningless .... see: chess
civ 4 is the zenith of the genre
no goody huts
lock modified assets
'dune' is how we say it back home with my mum
~ huge tectonics with max civs low sea level
~ huge fractal 15-18 civs low sea level
sure ... everyone must play for the same reasons and goals ... anything else is offensive and playing for fun or for the sake of the game itself...
i cant imagine that there is actually a best or worst and prefer instead to look at as which ones i like to play most and find most enjoyment from...
solipsism is perhaps for some the best chance at true happiness ... i know i often find it handy and in situations such as this, civil argument...
full agreement here ... informed opinions trump uninformed
we living in times in which too many people think their opinion need be considered...
all opinions are equal but some are more equal than others
All good things come to an end.
Civ was immediately better than Civ3 and very few people thought elsewise. It was immediately and almost universally hailed as a great game and...
Some people enjoy change but are able to recognize that not all change results in the creation of something better, more advanced or even...
I've played this map configuration a few times but found it frustrating (even Huge maps with low sea level) but was able to get larger land areas...
I just stopped in to say that I've been gone a year and that I am very surprised that this is still going on.
Infer from that whatever you...
Chop out an army of axemen/spears (whatever) and takeover some cities with higher food production.
Perhaps the new XP is also simultaneous call for CFC staff expansion?
I don't know ..... just thinking on-line.
Yes and no.
But, now I am sure that must be it and that through some cosmic coincidence I have only made the effort to expand during that...
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