Hey guys, long time lurker and first time poster. I just posted this same thread in r/civ so I'm gonna shamelessly copy and paste most of it. Basically, this is a tutorial on how to play civ on your phone via remote access to a desktop similar to tutorials posted on here in the past. However, I hadn't seen anyone discussing this even remotely recently or specifically for Civ VI so I thought it worthy of re-posting. A quick search for "How to play civ on your phone" found a couple old posts from a few years ago using the same method to play Civ V on mobile, but it sounds like it didn't work very well back then because of technological limitations and other shortcomings. Nonetheless, I thought I'd link to them anyway to give them credit for posting about this method before I rediscovered it: https://www.reddit.com/r/civ/comments/2peexo/how_to_civ5_on_android_using_chrome_remote_desktop/ https://forums.civfanatics.com/threads/playing-civ-v-on-your-android.545853/ If you didn't click on those links, this method uses an app called Chrome Remote Desktop. By installing it on your PC and your phone, you are able to play Civ VI (or any game you want, really) remotely from your phone if your PC is turned on and connected to the internet. I made a video tutorial detailing it, but if you're even remotely tech-savvy you shouldn't need help figuring it out. (If you didn't watch the video and set it up yourself and are having problems, try running the game in windowed mode). To clarify, this method works a lot better in 2018 than it seems to have for the OP's above trying it back in 2015. I assume this is partly because cellular data has become more reliable and because cell phone screens have gotten larger; whatever it is, something must have changed because I've been playing Civ VI on my Pixel 2 XL for the past couple days and it's been running flawlessly. The only real drawback is the one I alluded to earlier; because this is a remote connection rather than a standalone mobile version of the game, it does require that your phone have an internet connection to your PC which is powered on and running the game in order for this to work. If you can live with leaving your rig running at home while you're gone, you can play Civ wherever your phone has a signal. A bit of a trade-off, but hey, it's a full Civ game on mobile. I'll take it over Civ Rev 2.