Discussion in 'Civ5 - General Discussions' started by krunsh, Sep 17, 2010.
I see the full tables are included at the end of the manual just like for civrev. That's great stuff!
I'm wondering now whether there'll eventually be a printer friendly version without the coloured background, because as nice as that manual looks, I can't afford to have my printer chew through that much colour.
The Links for the German Manual and the Italian Manual are switched , but anyway
Gah! It doesn't say how SP cost progresses!
Also, it seems they switched back to the model that a research agreement give +15% science for the duration of the agreement.
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Frankenstein Test Group
I see lots of familiar names.
What exactly is the Frankenstein group though?
Figures! I go out on the hunt for the guide, to hold me over, and they release the manual! Well now Ill have two things to disect!
Found a big typo:
From seeing this in the strategy guide thread:
(Note that I didn't discover this. I'm merely posting this in a more visible way, but giving full credit to bhavv for informing us.)
I visited civilization5.com and their Download section. Over on the right, there's a "download manual" link.
Slow download. Probably be a bit slower now, eh?
I love you Greg. Publishers never do stuff like this.
Love the manual.
That would be nice.
Well it definitely isn't as pretty but I just hit cntl + A and cntl + c and pasted the entire thing in Notepad++ You can just print the text from there
Remember guys - "Great People are extremely powerful. Great People are cool."
Glad to hear it--just getting a random tech at the end seemed a bit... random.
In the mod section they have my clock feature. Simple Clock Example. Hopefully that is available on day 1 so I don't need to figure it out or wait for someone else to do it
That must be an error. It definitely provides you with a free tech. I'll let the powers that be know about it.
Under Game Options:
This is exciting. Does that mean civ5 uses the Zoom-To-Cursor feature that I've been clamouring for? I'm a bit unsure what this description means exactly. It sounds like it only affects zoom-out, and not zoom-in as well
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