Sid Meier's Civilization, also known simply as Civilization, is a turn-based strategy video game of 1991 developed by the brilliant Sid Meier, whose deeds we will absolutely have to tell sooner or later.
Published by MicroProse for numerous platforms, including the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Civilization is considered by many to be one of the best turn-based strategy video games. The goal of the game is to develop a civilization as advanced as possible, starting from antiquity to get to the present day and even to the future.
Acclaimed by the public and critics (and by the writer, who spend at least ten months playing this title assiduously), Civilization in 1996 was indicated by Computer Gaming World magazine as the best PC video game ever. The TIME article dates back to 2013, indicating it as one of the most important games in history.
The player, after choosing the type of map to play in, also chooses the difficulty, the number of players and a given civilization, after which he begins to progress in competition with other civilizations, ranging from a minimum of two to a maximum of six. The game begins in 4.000 BC, before the Bronze Age, and ends in the year 2.100, when the conquest of space is now a consolidated reality.
The player can found cities, use settlers for manual work, build roads, mines, railways and more. In Civilization you can win the game in two ways: the first is to defeat the enemy civilizations, while the second is to send a colonist expedition to Alpha Centauri. THE difficulty levels of the game are 5: Beginner - Chief, Easy - Commander, Normal - Prince, Hard - King and Very Hard - Emperor.
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Choose Russia, then name your fourth city Mizohu and you will have level 24 technologies in 1 turn and all available buildings.