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Gameplay[ edit ] A world map screenshot from the Amiga version of Civilization Civilization is a turn-based single- or multiplayer strategy game.
The player takes on the role of the ruler of a civilizationstarting with one or occasionally two settler units, and attempts to build an empire in competition with two to seven other civilizations. The game requires a fair amount of micromanagement although less than other simulation games.
From time to time the player's towns may be harassed by barbariansunits with no specific nationality and no named leader. These threats only come from unclaimed land or sea, so that over time there are fewer and fewer places from which barbarians will emanate.
Before the game begins, the player chooses which historical or current civilization to play. In contrast to later games in the Civilization series, this is largely a cosmetic choice, affecting titles, city names, musical heralds, and color.
The choice does affect their starting position on the "Play on Earth" map, and thus different resources in one's initial cities, but has no effect on starting position when starting a random world game or a customized world game.
The player's choice of civilization also prevents the computer from being able to play as that civilization or the other civilization of the same color, and since computer-controlled opponents display certain traits of their civilizations this affects gameplay as well.
The Aztecs are both fiercely expansionist and generally extremely wealthy, for example. Other civilizations include the Americans, the Mongolsand Romans. Each civilization is led by a famous historical figure, such as Mohandas K. The scope of Civilization is larger than most other games.
At the start of the game there are no cities anywhere in the world: Settlers can also alter terrain, build improvements such as mines and irrigationbuild roads to connect cities, and later in the game they can construct railroads which offer unlimited movement.
As time advances, new technologies are developed; these technologies are the primary way in which the game changes and grows. At the start, players choose from advances such as potterythe wheeland the alphabet to, near the end of the game, nuclear fission and spaceflight.
Players can gain a large advantage if their civilization is the first to learn a particular technology the secrets of flight, for example and put it to use in a military or other context. Most advances give access to new units, city improvements or derivative technologies: The whole system of advancements from beginning to end is called the technology treeor simply the Tech tree; this concept has been adopted in many other strategy games.
Since only one tech may be "researched" at any given time, the order in which technologies are chosen makes a considerable difference in the outcome of the game and generally reflects the player's preferred style of gameplay. Players can also build Wonders of the World in each of the epochs of the game, subject only to obtaining the prerequisite knowledge.
These wonders are important achievements of society, science, culture and defense, ranging from the Pyramids and the Great Wall in the Ancient age, to Copernicus' Observatory and Magellan's Expedition in the middle period, up to the Apollo programthe United Nationsand the Manhattan Project in the modern era.
Each wonder can only be built once in the world, and requires a lot of resources to build, far more than most other city buildings or units. Wonders provide unique benefits to the controlling civilization. For example, Magellan's Expedition increases the movement rate of naval units.
Wonders typically affect either the city in which they are built for example, the Colossusevery city on the continent for example, J. Bach's Cathedralor the civilization as a whole for example, Darwin's Voyage. Some wonders are made obsolete by new technologies.
The game can be won by conquering all other civilizations or by winning the space race by reaching the star system of Alpha Centauri. Development[ edit ] Prior Civilization-named games[ edit ] British designer Francis Tresham released his Civilization board game in under his company Hartland Trefoil.
Avalon Hill had obtained the rights to publish it in the United States in Danielle Bunten Berry planned to start work on the game after completing M. The success of Seven Cities in in turn led to a sequel, Heart of Africa.
Bunten never returned to the idea of Civilization. Among other works, Shelley had been responsible for adapting the railroad-based board game developed by Tresham into Sid Meier's Civilization is a turn-based strategy 4X video game created by Sid Meier and Bruce Shelley for MicroProse in The game's objective is to "Build an empire to stand the test of time": it begins in BC and the players attempt to expand and develop their empires through the ages from the ancient era until modern and near-future times.
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