Tuesday, June 15, 2004

Immortal Cities: Children of the Nile

Immortal Cities: Children of the Nile: "Set in ancient Egypt, this strategy game centers on AI citizens who behave like real people and serve as your primary resource. Build a place where citizens can live and work, develop your leadership position, and take Egyptian civilization to its peak.

As Pharaoh, you have a paternalistic relationship with your people. You have to address their wants and needs for your kingdom to become successful and powerful. You’ll also need a powerful city to build your monuments and, most importantly, your tomb. You’ll actually command a dynasty, and it’s important for your prestige for the pharaohs in your family to be buried in style, most preferably in massive pyramids.

You’ll be able to expand your power over the entire Nile if you play your cards right, and a strategic portion of the game will allow you to both establish colonies and build forts to expand your domain. "

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