Both my first immortal game and first cultural game as well. I am quite happy for a win, plus the time is not worse than my previous science victories. Immortal seems surprisingly easy compared to Civ5 (though I played mostly Deity there). I didn't feel threatened for the win at any point really, though I had no clue when I would reach cultural victory here, as I don't know the mechanics behind it. America declared on me a few turns before my surprising victory, but that and all other declarations were lame. I had a fleet of 4-5 submarines who dominated the seas. Didn't capture any cities though. I had 6 good cities on my continent and one intruding Indian ctiy there as well. I successfully prevented settlings for a long time, but in the end didn't care too much if India got a piece of a frozen tundra that actually resembles my native country Finland. Gorgo seems to be quite a strong leader. Does anybody know the logic in what is determined to be one continent and what is another? In this game two continents (and small inslands) were counted all as Asia, which I think removes some bonuses from civics. In some games I have "discovered another continent" that is in reality part of the same one.