|Game status:||Spaceship Victory for Rome|
|Game date:||1370 AD|
I had over 20... I had 20 Armies at one point, and 19 at the end, only one of which was built by the Military Academy, and I did lose a few. Late-game, I was even being careless with them there were so many. Load up a single Mech Inf and send it in because of the 3 movement points, for example. For a while in the mid-late 1800s I had 8-10 empty armies just hanging out south of Berlin, behind the chokepoint, waiting for troops (other than Infantry) to arrive to fill them.I had about 20 MGLs...
The map was designed by @Green Bear.Just finished this game after 253 hours of play time. Will disclose the results in spoiler story format as I was very entertained by reading Quintilus's exploits and hope to similarly amuse you guys. Congratulations to all you guys and thanks to my brother Fredo for making a cool map, that yes, I also noticed looked like a lobster.
It's a matter of taste, but I like screenshots with the grid better... ;-)I usually play with grid squares on (Ctrl-g) but I will forego them for better screenshots.
Pillage the iron, set all towns to Warrior, have 6 Workers ready to reconnect the iron, upgrade to Legionary interturn..."What if we run out of land to build new cities??"
I love the irony of the result of building the Great Library being that it's no longer necessary to learn anything. What is to be done with all those rows of books, learn from them? Not at all, much better to admire their bindings and be ignorant! And yet it is true that in Civ3, building the Great Library tends to result in less learning, not more.oh the Great Library, how sweet it is. No longer do we have to learn anything