||(Win95/98/ME/XP) (Retail Box) (ALPHACPR)
Original large US Box - Includes printed manual and maps.
Publisher: Firaxis Games / EA
The Future of Mankind
Legendary designer Sid Meier presents the next evolution in
strategy games, with the most addictive, compelling gameplay yet.
Explore the alien planet that is your new home and uncover its myriad
mysteries. Discover over 75 extraordinary technologies. Build
over 60 base upgrades and large scale secret projects for your empire.
Conquer your enemies with a war machine that you design from over 32,000
possible unit types.
Design your own war machine
fighting units that meet your mission's specific needs, or accept your
Terraform an alien landscape
mountains and level hillsides to make the planet more habitable for yourself or
harsher for your opponents.
react individually to your actions. Your diplomatic decisions dictate your path
to one of five ultimate resolutions.
A random 3D world
generator, unlimited strategies, five paths to victory, six levels of
difficulty, seven unique factions, fully featured map/game editor, and a whole
host of customizable options ensure unlimited gameplay.
governors, global commands and an in-game tutorial assist you in building and
managing your empire.
Unite or fight
with your friends via the Internet, a LAN, modem, or serial link.
At home or on the go
options and scaleable technology optimize performance for all machines, from
laptops and low end Pentiums to the latest top-shelf hardware.
Windows 95/98/ME/XP: Pentium 133MHz or higher
processor, 16MB RAM, 60MB free hard drive space, DirectX 6 (included on the
CD), 4x CD-ROM drive, MS compatible mouse and keyboard, DirectX 6 compatible
video card (2MB), DirectX 6 compatible sound card.
Required for Multiplayer: One of the following -
Network with IPX/SPX compatible protocol (2-7 players), Serial connection (2
players), 28.8 Kbps modem (2 players), TCP/IP via user's Internet connection
(2-4 players). Optional: microphone for multiplayer voice communications.
Tested OK on Windows XP.
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