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What is the demo game

Discussion in 'Civ4 - Democracy and Team Games' started by Macha, Jan 20, 2007.

  1. Macha

    Macha Chieftain

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    what is the demo game
     
  2. DaveShack

    DaveShack Inventor Retired Moderator

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    It's a game played as a democracy, where forum members are the citizens and make decisions about how to play the game by polling or by electing officials to represent them.

    Within this forum you'll find 4 subforums, for a multi-team game (5 teams playing a MP game, each one decides its own form of government), an inter-site game (CFC playing against 6 other Civ sites for bragging rights), and two "single player" games (an old dead one, and a brand new one), where the people in those forums are playing against AIs.

    The "Game of Democracy" single player forum will be archived once we're done moving all the necessary content for the next game into the new "Democracy Game II" forum.

    You can play in all 3 of the active games if you want. Each one has its own user group for access control.
     
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  4. Mariadoc

    Mariadoc Chieftain

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    Well, it was just an idea, but what about playing a democracy game using a scenario like Rise of Rome and adjusting posaitions accordingly? Would that not be nice?
     
  5. ice2k4

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    The question has been raised before, but usually there is not enough support or discussion on the idea.
     

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