# How many turns is a civ rev game?

Discussion in 'CivRev - General Discussions' started by I-am-a-panda, Aug 18, 2008.

1. ### I-am-a-pandaRí

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I've worked out this much:

4000 B.C. - 0 A.D. = 40 turns
1900 A.D. - 2100 A.D. = 100 turns.
CAn anyone fill the gap of 0 A.D. - 1900 A.D.?

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3. ### I-am-a-pandaRí

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so 4000 B.C. - 1500 A.D. = 80 turns.
so 1500 A.D. - 1900 A.D. is 1 turn per 25 years = 4 x 4 = 16
196 turns methinks. can anyone else confirm or correct this?

4. ### KrikkitTwoImmortal

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Are you sure 1500-1900 is 25 yr/turn and not 10 or 5?

which would mean that it is 40 or 80 turns
for a total of 220 or 260 turns

edit... just checked
4000 bc -0 ad = 40 turns (100yr/turn)
0 ad -1000 ad = 20 turns (50yr/turn)
1000 ad -1700 ad = 28 turns (25yr/turn)
1700 ad -1900 ad = 20 turns (10yr/turn)
1900 -1950 ad = 10 turns (5yr/turn)
1950 ad -2100 ad = 75 turns (2yr/turn)

so a total of 193 turns

5. ### I-am-a-pandaRí

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thats seems more plausible, but would they make it a fidely number like 193?

6. ### miked1991Warlord

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What a short game!

7. ### I-am-a-pandaRí

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i know. it seems to short.

8. ### jeepkj2005Chieftain

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short considering how long it takes to develop tech, but it just adds to the gameplay knowing it's hard to balance every achievement with game goals