Freeciv is a turn-based strategy game based on the classic Civilization strategy and management game. Each player must lead their own civilization by building cities and making them grow for a single purpose, to eliminate rivals.
Developed as a freeware game with a GNU license, Freeciv has all the fundamental features of this type of game, although without a doubt the most disreputable is the possibility of playing online with other users. The goal of Freeciv is to make your civilization the most powerful on the planet. The power of your civilization is measured, to a large extent, in the number and size of the cities you control, since the rest of the factors depend on it. In cities you can build improvements that serve various purposes. The final victory is achieved by the civilization that conquers the rest militarily or by massively using technological knowledge and production.
If you are not too fond of this type of game, on the author’s website you will find a manual in Spanish that is quite easy to understand. Build your own civilization and fight for it!
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