Civilization II

Civilization II is a Turn-based Strategy, Single and Multiplayer video game developed and published by MicroProse. It offers similar gameplay to the first Civilization with some exciting change to the multiple units, world wonders, civilization, and technologies. It changes the game graphics from a top-down view to an isometric representation… read more
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What are best Civilization II Alternatives for Linux?

#1 Sid Meier’s Civilization V

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Sid Meier’s Civilization V is an Action-Adventure, Turn-based Strategy, Life Simulation, Single and Multiplayer video game developed by Firaxis Games and published by 2K Games. It is another game in the series of Civilization that offers the same storyline with more advanced gameplay and enhanced game mechanics.

The player can take on the role of a leader of a nation, and the ultimate goal of the player expands his nation. The game allows the player to create numbers of buildings, unite and create his military force that will help the player during the combat. After establishing his land, the player must explore the different locations, gather all the useful resources (gold, stone, and food), found new areas, and attack the other Civilization to rule on it and expand his land.

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#2 Civilization: Beyond Earth

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Civilization: Beyond Earth is a 4X Turn-based Strategy, Single and Multiplayer video game developed by Firaxis Games and published by 2K Games. The game takes place in the futuristic setting, where the human approaches the space to find new colonies to settle.

According to the plot, the Earth becomes uninhabitable because of a disaster called the Great Mistake. The player plays the game on hexagonal-based gird that iterating the ideas which building upon the engine of its predecessor.

#3 Colonization

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Colonization is a Turn-based Strategy, and Single-player video game developed and published by MicroProse. The player begins in 1492 where the player controls the colonial forces of either France, England, The Netherland or Spain. Each nation has own abilities that favor certain strategies. The player has a choice to play between a historical map and a randomly generated map. The player starts his adventure with a ship and two different units and allows the player to explore new areas, gather resources and create lots of new buildings to build his own colonies. The colonist can work the immediate land across the colony. The player is also required to protect his colonies from potential invasion by equipping and stationing soldiers. Colonization also allows the player to manage his citizens, resources, and manufacturing. Each colonial power has certain bonuses which make them unique and different from each other. After completing the numbers task it allows the player to unlock new technologies that make the game more interesting. Colonization offers superb game setting, well-written storyline, and beautiful visual details.

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More About Civilization II

Civilization II is a Turn-based Strategy, Single and Multiplayer video game developed and published by MicroProse. It offers similar gameplay to the first Civilization with some exciting change to the multiple units, world wonders, civilization, and technologies. It changes the game graphics from a top-down view to an isometric representation. The AI was improved as well as including the elimination of the random events by now making the computer player through the same protection requirement as the human player. Civilization II also introduce new concepts such as hit points and firepower, and changes to some unit strengths and abilities. According to the gameplay, the player can choose one of various civilization and get into the game world with the aim of to expand this area by building the numbers of buildings and units. Just like the previous game it also consists of multiple levels, and each new level offers more enjoyable gameplay of the last one. Civilization II offers enhanced game mechanics and beautiful visual details.

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