Does this computer game exist?

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Found 25th Jan 2011
It's basically like Civilization, you start off building your first city then expanding, going to war, developing technologies, sharing tech, allying with friends etc.

But it's played online, prefereably with friends, but you only get to do so many moves per day. So rather than rushing the whole thing over a 5 hour slot where you can't really play a full game, you play over the course of a year or something, maybe you could log in on your iphone while on the train to do your moves etc. Then if you conquer your world you could then join other worlds that are at the same level and compete there too?

Would be cool no?

Like A MMORG but ruling a country.

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The clue is in your question.....
Would be cool no?

Original Poster

Or this, it's like Lost, you've all crashed on an island and there's cool stuff to discover, figure out, dangers etc. So you all take on a character and have got to decide whether to go alone, or help each other etc. You have a slot like 9pm on a Monday night where you all log in and do your stuff. Loads of servers all running the same story at the same time, so you won't get an advantage from being on a different server too.

Original Poster

Babbabooey

The clue is in your question.....Would be cool no?



Well, not for you maybe, but there are plenty of people who enjoy those sorts of games.

Original Poster

whatsThePoint

yes it exists



Go on, don't say Civ!

Banned

age of empires ?

Original Poster

riteondeals

age of empires ?



Can you play it long term like I said above?

Banned

TribalWars?

Isnt it this
http://img17.imageshack.us/img17/4928/boxshotuslarge4373925.jpg

Grand Ages Rome PC Game Details:Grand Ages: Rome, the follow-up to … Grand Ages Rome PC Game Details:Grand Ages: Rome, the follow-up to Kalypso Media's Imperium Romanum, is a city-building game for PC. The player takes the role of a Roman patrician, a nobleman, who has just started his political career. His ultimate goal is to become the Governor of Rome. Throughout the game the player can develop his game character by gaining favor with various historical figures such as Julius Caesar, Pompey and Octavian. The benefits provided by these relations are carried over not only for the rest of the campaign but also in free-build maps and multiplayer scenarios.Genre: StrategyExclusively on PC Release Date: March 17, 2009General FeaturesPersistent Player Character - benefits gained from completed quests are persistent and can be used on any mission, including campaign, free-play and multiplayer.Campaign that features 20 maps of historical cities and locations.Patrons - more than 20 historical figures that offer additional objectives to the player.Over 60 buildings & 50 units.Ships and Islands.New and Improved Economics.Multiplayer - cooperative and competitive mode.Enhanced battle system with standard RTS control of the squads.Grand Monuments such as the Coliseum, Circus Maximus and the Pantheon.City States - famine, siege, riots, etc.Disasters - random disasters such as plagues, fires and earthquakes.All such disasters will be visualized.


Edited by: "Hash112" 25th Jan 2011

Original Poster

Can you play a long term game on that spending like 10 mins a day making your moves?

Rather than sitting down for 5 hours in one sitting?

Benjimoron

Can you play a long term game on that spending like 10 mins a day making … Can you play a long term game on that spending like 10 mins a day making your moves?Rather than sitting down for 5 hours in one sitting?


dude wake up,rather then play gaming just clean the toilets,brush your teeth and get to know the truth that what and why something is going on in the world?fgs isn't there any thing better then games?

is it actually a visual game, or one similar to this ogame.org/

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addjon

dude wake up,rather then play gaming just clean the toilets,brush your … dude wake up,rather then play gaming just clean the toilets,brush your teeth and get to know the truth that what and why something is going on in the world?fgs isn't there any thing better then games?



ofc there is, hence why I'd rather play for 10 minutes than 5 hours!!!
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