Pre-Civilization Bronze Age by Clarus Victoria is a civilization simulation game in the Mesopotamian Middle East between 6000 BC and 2000 BC.
Immerse yourself in the Mesopotamian Middle East between 6000 BC and 2000 BC. Start with a plot of land on the shore of the Euphrates and lead your people through the furnace of World History. Build infrastructure, manage the economy, and develop science and culture. Upgrade your army, keep your borders safe, battle barbarians and repel invaders!
Stone by stone, you will erect historically verified structures, houses, library, temple, and even one of the Wonders of the World - the Great Pyramid. Wisely make your choices when events occur: succeed, and you will prevail. Fail, and your empire will perish. Rule the legendary world of Mesopotamia!
- Develop your city at Middle East from the 6000 BC to the 2000 BC
- Rule your people and lead them through the trials of History and build a Wonder of the World.
- 12 unique buildings and 32 real world technologies.
- More than 20 unique interesting events
PLAYPLAYFUN'S IMPRESSION ON PRE-CIVILIZATION BRONZE AGE:
Pre-Civilization Bronze Age is a simplified version of the popular Civilization game, which will appeal to a wider and more casual players. The gameplay focuses on advancing your tech, building new buildings and balancing your resources. Exploration, warfare and diplomacy are simplified into a random pop up events that require your decision to affect the outcome.
Being a Civilization fan who played it quite extensively, I still find Pre-Civilization Bronze Age very much enjoyable. It is a perfect alternative to Civilization if you have only an hour or so to play.
Overall, Pre-Civilization Bronze Age is deep and complex enough to appeal to Civilization players while simple enough to learn for casual players to pick up and play. Furthermore, Pre-Civilization Bronze Age has a high replayability factor in which you can try various difficulty settings or, simply, try to beat your own score.