Played this as a One City Challenge, multiplayer gold version in single player mode. Summary: explored, then built in 3300. Wonder sequence: Colossus, Marcos, Shakespeare's, Copernie's, Leos, Magellans, Isaac's Sun's, Darwin's, Apollo. Most of game rushed a "nil" caravan per turn, including lots of demanded coal, then lots of undemanded cloth. I might offer my 2 cents that this should be illegal. Awaited building Darwins until i needed only Rocketry/Space Flight. Built a Space part per turn upon Space flight except for a couple that were sabotaged by my evil Greek neighbor. Unfortunately game wasn't telling me what was happening so it took it happening a 2nd time before i picked up on it. 1808 ad status: 0 remaining freights, 2 engineers, 2 vet rifles, 2 vet crusaders, 1 vet cannon, 5 transports. 7 modules (one every turn), 17,799 treasury. Never built or needed any ship besides transports or upgradable pre-transports for the entire game because no ai even had magnetism or steam until after i had space flight and i was no longer trading. 1820ad war status with Greece... Greek losses: 18 cannons, 3 dragoons, 17 catapults, 18 elephants, 5 muskets, 7 knights. My losses: 1 rifle, 1 musket, 2 phalanx. 1846: 15 structurals, 6 components, 3 modules, Launch. 1847: Barracks 1848: 1st vet armor just in time, Greeks killed my last rifle and 2 of my 5 city transports and were in a position to overpower me. Wanted to launch at nearly all costs before investing in military. 1855: 6 vet armor now, fighting back with a vengeance. 1861ad: Victory by landing. Won't turn game in, multiplayer gold edition automatically toggles cheat mode in single player... or at least mine does. Will likely play next occ game with the original version. How does my 1861 occ landing stack up?