Discussion in 'Civ4 - Demo Game: Citizens' started by Chieftess, Oct 23, 2005.
This thread is for posting screenshots of the game. This is not a discussion thread.
Turn 10, 3600 BC, end of Game Session 1:
Turn 20, 3200 BC, end of Game Session 2:
The world: 2800 BC
Mongol city located!
Russian City spotted - barely!
There are a ton of shots but I reduced the size to 800x600 to speed loading time. These and the ones from turn 5 are located in the instruction thread here
screenshot(s) @ 2000 BC
Spoiler pictures :
Inside Boaring Wallow
Scouting warrior just east of Mongol territory
Southern edge of Continent (Silver Tip) with bears and wolves
Global view (notice Berlin has 4 pop) they have two mines that the scout was able to see before he died Bob rest his soul
Top 5 cities
Apparently I'm the only one that posts here.... oh well.
Here are the screenshots from 1025 BC (turn5)
Turn 5 screenshots
Turn 10 screenshots
our pennisula notice the barb
Also in this latest turn chat, we had 3 different barbs pop there heads out of the shadows.
The Green lin indicates the first barb. Then the light blue barb showed up a couple turns later. On the same turn the green and blue barbs disappeared into the shadows. One or two turns later, the orange barb popped out. So if you look at where the other two barbs went into the shadows, you can see that there is a high likelyhood that we are dealing with at least 3 barbs
Screenshots from the March 4th turnchat (600 BC):
BC 600 Turnchat Screenshots March 8 2006
Mongol Settler going for OUR LAND
March 12th Turnchat (240BC):
This hasn't been used in a while...
Hi-res Screenshots taken from the April 3rd TC (180 AD)
Abydos area (notice the mongol worker building a road through our territory)
Old Sarai (newly founded Mongol city)
City #4 area (notice the mongol borders to the south...)
Rostov (Russian city found while exploring)
We're the 4th most cultured civ in the world! (surprising, since we're creative)
There are some screenshots from the latest TC (380 AD) (including all our cities) in the 'Great Atlas' in the Information Department thread.
This contains links to some more military-based screenshots which can be found in the Term 4 Secretary of War thread.
Both of those lead to the same thread (term 4 sec of war)
Ooops, you're right. Try this:
Secretary of War Term 5 thread
Information Department (scroll down for Great Atlas)
Here's a link to the current edition of the Atlas
EDIT: The Atlas has been updated to 1142 AD (TC 11 June)
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