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Civilization VI offers new ways to interact with your world, expand your empire across the map, advance your culture, and compete against history’s greatest leaders to build a civilization that will stand the test of time. Coming to PC on October 21, 2016. Civilization World was a massively multiplayer online Flash game in the Civilization game series, developed by Sid Meier and Firaxis Games. It was launched on July 6, 2011 on Facebook with the original name Civilization Network; the game title was officially changed to Civilization World on January 6, 2012. Sid Meier’s Civilization I is a fascinating turn based strategy game in which you have to create and evolve a whole civilization. This free online version of the classic and popular 1991 release will make you feel just like back in the days, with all the retro pixel graphics and sounds. Online Interactions Not Rated by the ESRB Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution challenges you to lead your chosen nation from the dawn of man to the space age on your quest to rule the world. Go head to head with history's greatest leaders as you wage war, conduct diplomacy, discover new technologies and build the most powerful empire the world.

Civilization World
Developer(s)Firaxis Games
Publisher(s)2K Games
Designer(s)Sid Meier
SeriesCivilization
Platform(s)Facebook Platform
ReleaseJuly 6, 2011 (open beta)
Genre(s)Strategy
Mode(s)Co-op mode
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Civilization World was a massively multiplayer onlineFlash game in the Civilization game series, developed by Sid Meier and Firaxis Games. It was launched on July 6, 2011 on Facebook with the original name Civilization Network; the game title was officially changed to Civilization World on January 6, 2012. On February 28, 2013, it was announced that the game would be discontinued and was shut down on May 29, 2013.[1]

Gameplay[edit]

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Civilization World contained many gameplay elements featured in previous Civilization installments such as building houses, farming lands, researching science, collecting gold and expanding communities over several eras. The goal of each game was to reach the end with the most fame points which could be achieved by completing achievements, discovering new technologies, completing era victory conditions or building a wonder of the world.[2]

Sid Meier's Civilization 6

Unlike previous installments in the series, the game featured real-time strategy rather than the turn-based strategy the series is known for. When in combat with another nation, the player was able to choose from ranged, melee, mobile and naval units. The battle field had limited slots for each unit which allowed the player to prioritize and strategically pick and choose unit placements.[3] Mini-games had also been included to add more variety to the game.[4]

Civilization World featured online compatibility and had a heavy emphasis on multiplayer which allowed player-to-player interaction. Players were allowed to play single-player or multiplayer matches allowing several players to work together and compete against others to achieve victory. Multiplayer allowed players to form independent nations and battle other competing nations, a feature not present in previous installments. Nations were structured by hierarchy, the highest being the king while other ranks include princes, dukes and other nobles. To be crowned king and become the leader of a nation, the player had to complete a series of objectives and achieve medals. Ranking was relative to all other players within the nation, meaning each player within a nation competed against each other to become king.[2]

Development[edit]

According to an early (October 2009) announcement from Sid Meier, Civilization World was intended to offer 'everything you enjoy in Civ in a fully persistent environment — you can play as much as you like, whenever you like, and it'll be free to play.'[5] From May to September 2010, the official 2K Games team offered no updates regarding Civilization World, causing many followers to believe the entire project had been scrapped (or indeed, never existed in the first place). In August, 2K Games' Community Manager '2K Greg' announced that Civilization World was, however, still very much alive.[6] In November 2010, Take-Two's soon-to-be CEO (then the company's Executive Chairman) Strauss Zelnick confirmed once again that Civilization World was still in production, with the planned release date set for sometime in 2011.[7]

Release[edit]

On July 6, 2011 Civilization World entered open beta and was made available to the public. On February 28, 2013, it was announced that the last day of play for CivWorld would be May 29, 2013.[1] The game servers crashed about 6 minutes after the announced time.

References[edit]

  1. ^ ab'CivWorld Shutdown: Frequently Asked Questions'. 2k Games. Archived from the original on 7 March 2013. Retrieved 9 March 2013.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ ab2KGames. (2011, 05, 16). CivWorld Gameplay Walkthrough: Episode One. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZJ97DCNXXo
  3. ^IGN. (2011, 07, 05). CivWorld: Tips & Tricks. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzju8Ra3FZY
  4. ^2KGames. (2011, 07, 18). CivWorld: How to use Beakers in the Science Maze. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZv7N9_CmI4&
  5. ^Jim Reilly (2009-10-22). 'Civilization Facebook Game Announced'. IGN.
  6. ^'Civilization Network STATUS UPDATE'. Forums.2kgames.com. 2010-09-16. Retrieved 2011-06-26.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  7. ^Alexander Sliwinski. 'Civilization Network for Facebook still in production, arrives 2011'. Joystiq.

External links[edit]

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  • Civilization World on Facebook
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