Discussion in 'Other Civ-Related Sites' started by Toni1, Jun 17, 2008.
C-Evo is an open source fan remake of Civilization programmed in Delphi
C-evo is *ALMOST* fail by default, however once you get the hang of it, it's actually quite enjoyable.
What actually makes it *ALMOST* fail as you say?
I also would want to know.
Btw, the game is actually under public domain licence according to author : http://www.c-evo.org/forum/p-245-2.html. (Fixed)
It doesn't have multiplayer yet (main reason), it's hard to use (second reason)
Hard to use? How so?
I used to play this one a while ago.. nice game
are it's AI-engines still under active development?
but what interests me most is: are there any Linux ports of this one? (else i have to try it with Wine)
after all it's kind of open source, so there should've been someone trying to port it
or maybe there is at least a 'HowTo' to build it myself on Linux?
its a fun game always a challenge to build your own units.
C-evo is still doing well. Version 1.2.0 came out in 2013 and there's a new "5 tribes" pack in 2014. Graphics are even better than the screenshots above indicate. And it has multiplayer options and a dozen language interfaces. See http://civilization.wikia.com/wiki/Category:C-evo
It is easy to play once you get the hang of it. Several features are improvements over Civ2.
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