Through the Ages of course being the board game version of Civ 3. I will trade nukes to Gandhi for wives before the day is out. (I have never played Civ 3 before so I only assume that that is possible based on my knowledge of ancient civilizations.)
Also, per my previous topic on the subject, I am going to answer some e-mails. --- Willis, it seems like every other time you post, I need to look up a word that's in the OED or Urban Dictionary but not both. -Mimir
I enjoy Civ 3. I'm not sure if I liked it or 4 better - I just know I spent a lot of time playing both. (Less time than I spent playing Civ 1, though.) --- "To truly live, one must first be born." ~ Evan [aX] Paper Mario Social: The Safe Haven of GameFAQs. (Board 2000083)
#003 | HeyDude | Thu 6 Feb 2014 @ 3:27:34 AM (UTC)
I just bought the Humble Sid Meier Bundle and got 3, 4, and 5. I anxiously await having some time to play them.
#004 | willis5225 | Thu 6 Feb 2014 @ 5:21:47 AM (UTC)
Welp. My thing ended up falling through, so I did a couple of trial games just to figure out the mechanics and stuff. And now it's 12:30. I can't even swear that I had fun? I think I did, but I may have just been moving little cartoon thingies around a screen for more hours than I want to count up. --- Willis, it seems like every other time you post, I need to look up a word that's in the OED or Urban Dictionary but not both. -Mimir
#005 | HeyDude | Fri 7 Feb 2014 @ 12:12:50 AM (UTC)
Yeah that's sort of how Civilization is. It's "fun" the way chess is "fun".
#006 | PaperSpock | Fri 7 Feb 2014 @ 2:47:58 AM (UTC)
On one hand, I really like the hex grid of V, and the lack of unit stacking. On the other hand, I really love the government system, amazing soundtrack, and Leonard Nimoy voice acting of IV. --- Fame is but a slow decay. -Theodore Tilton