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Linux game review: Freeciv

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FreeCiv is a free clone of Civ, Civ II, Civ Net...
In short, the players' goal is to lead their nations from wandering tribes to powerful civilisations by founding cities, terraform the environment, research sciences and trade (or fight) with other nations. Well, to be honest, the only goal is to wipe out all competitors and "unite" the world this way. Fight, trade and terraforming are done by units on land, air and sea. Each unit has movement points, from which a moving range is determined, attack and defense values, as well as a damage status. FreeCiv is a turn based game, but all players play their turns parallel.
 read more | mail this link | score:6386 | -Ray, October 10, 2000 (Updated: September 2, 2003)
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