Which decade has the most Civfanatics?

Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by Yakodi, Sep 5, 2004.

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Which decade you're born in?

  1. The Thirties (1930-39 and elder)

    13 vote(s)
    0.2%
  2. The Forties (1940-49)

    77 vote(s)
    1.3%
  3. The Fifties (1950-59)

    242 vote(s)
    4.0%
  4. The Sixties (1960-69)

    599 vote(s)
    10.0%
  5. The Seventies (1970-79)

    1,394 vote(s)
    23.3%
  6. The Eighties (1980-89)

    2,336 vote(s)
    39.0%
  7. The Nineties (1990-99)

    1,264 vote(s)
    21.1%
  8. The 2000s (2000-2009)

    64 vote(s)
    1.1%
  9. The 2010s (2010-2019)

    3 vote(s)
    0.1%
  1. Padma

    Padma the Absent Admin Administrator Supporter

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    You think you're feeling old ...

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  2. sensy

    sensy Chieftain

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    Glad to see lots of people around 30 ;) Seems I 'm not the only one struggling with a wife to play Civ ;) .
    I'm a fire dragon (in chinese zodiac).
    Ow, I first played CIV when I was 15 on the super fast 486.
    Now I'm senior in IT business
     
  3. Necroreign

    Necroreign Chieftain

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    1990 here. Exactly 175 years after Napoleon's defeat in Waterloo. For the 90's!
     
  4. Phoenix_56721

    Phoenix_56721 Prince

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    Seventies in 2nd? come on The Seventies Rocked!!!!!....;)
     
  5. Iron Jack Flint

    Iron Jack Flint Chieftain

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    December 1968
     
  6. Perfect_Blue

    Perfect_Blue Yume Senshi

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    Guess all those 80's mullets were doing more than just turning heads ;)
     
  7. armchairknight

    armchairknight Warlord

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    March 1966.

    So, in other words, we graduated from Highschool about the time many of our fellow Fanatics were busy being born. :eek:

    Wow.
     
  8. Clownfish

    Clownfish Chieftain

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    30 here too (in a few days!) My girlfriend is partly understanding, cuz it's ok to relax and just waste time sometimes, and partly, she thinks it's SICK that I can spend many hours every evening (lately) on a game! (I keep telling her it's just for now, until I get tired of it... which I hope is true)

    I'm actually surprised there were so many people older than me playing civ! I kind of thought most gameplayers wouldn't have time or interest for gaming anymore when they get beyond 30... Fantastic how people from all ages really, come to this site! :goodjob:
     
  9. migthegreek

    migthegreek Back In Black

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    I think Civ is probably one of the only games that has this many 'older' players.
     
  10. IowaStateCy

    IowaStateCy Chieftain

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    Sept 1965...

    been involved in CIV since I spotted a copy on Sandra Bullocks character's bookshelf in "the Net"! - the only good thing that came out of that flick!
     
  11. The-Hawk

    The-Hawk Old Original Geezer

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    Add me to the geezers... I just fall into the fifties (1959). Hmmm... I have kids older than some of you (17 and 15)! :lol:
     
  12. Albatoonoe

    Albatoonoe Warlord

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    The tail-end of '89.
     
  13. Kekmet

    Kekmet Chieftain

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    Marquette, MI
    1984... adding to the majority. :D
     
  14. Lord_Iggy

    Lord_Iggy Tsesk'ihe

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    Wow, I remember back in June of last year, when I made my first post. And this thread's still around!

    Grr, the nineties have fallen down to fourth. They were in third last time I checked!

    Ah, so this is what nostalgia feels like. :p
     
  15. AL_DA_GREAT

    AL_DA_GREAT amour absinthe révolution

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    and they are members on this site. Man this new geneation is smart!
     
  16. cthom

    cthom 3,011,451,295

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    i'm sure it says on the box that the game is for ages 3+ ... THREE :eek:
     
  17. knupp715

    knupp715 King

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    :lol: Kids are getting smarter and smarter these days.
     
  18. senwiz

    senwiz Prince

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    Ok, that's funny. :)

    Of course, I do think that most of my shirts are older than a lot of people here. :(

    Yes...I am a child of 70s, a teenager of the 80s. And...I happen to like some of that 80s music!!! LOL ;)
     
  19. AL_DA_GREAT

    AL_DA_GREAT amour absinthe révolution

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    13% voted sixties!! my mother was born in the sixties!
     
  20. Older than Dirt

    Older than Dirt King

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    I can't believe there are at least 2 people old than I am; do nursing homes have internet connections? I demand verification of age. Where were they when they heard about Pearl Harbor being bombed? Who were Wheeler and Woolsey? Who was Hopalong's oldtimer sidekick and what were his three most common colorful comments? What time did Kukla, Fran, and Ollie come on? :mischief:
     

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