Approaching a year-and-a-half after it marched onto iPhone, I’m still amazed that Sid Meier’s epic Civilization VI has somehow been squeezed onto a device that fits in your pocket.
Now there’s a new reason to be amazed, too. That’s because the turn-based 4X game (that’s “eXplore, eXpand, eXploit, and eXterminate” for all you newbies) has been discounted to its cheapest price yet. Instead of the $59.99 regular price, it’s currently just $4.99.
Civilization offers a digital playground for anyone to build powerful nations from humble beginnings. The game series has continued growing and evolving, so if you haven’t played it lately, this is a great time to get back in, or get introduced.
Sid Meier’s Civilization VI is already pretty darn epic when it comes to the number of hours you’ll need to put in to get the most out of. But if you’re looking to make a big game even bigger, you’re in luck.
That’s because the iOS version of the game is offering all of its expansion packs for free through the rest of December. Happy holidays indeed!
There are some technological feats that just hammer home how far we’ve come in a few short years. One of those is the fact that, through what we can only presume is the software engineering version of witchcraft, Sid Meier’s epic Civilization VI game has been squeezed onto iPhone.
And it’s available in the App Store right now — with a 60 percent price discount if you hurry!
These days, the world can be a real drag. If you dream of a better society, you might enjoy trying your hand at building one. That’s the opportunity that Sid Meier’s Civilization series of strategy games has been presenting for decades now. And here we have the latest and greatest installment, Civilization VI, and its massive Rise and Fall expansion (or both), available for a serious discount. Read on for details:
Most fans of computer gaming will be familiar with the epic Civilization series. It’s a turn-based strategy game that challenges players to build and sustain a thriving global society. Spanning from the beginnings of human history all the way to the deep future, it’s a complex, satisfying game. If that doesn’t sound fun, trust us: it is.
A brilliant iPad port of one of the greatest turn-based strategy games of 2016, Civilization VI, is just of one of our picks for this week’s “Awesome Apps of the Week” roundup. In addition, we’ve got neat updates for the official Reddit and Shazam apps, plus a game that you control… using your eyebrows?
Check out our picks below — and have a very happy holidays!
Games have changed a lot over the last 25 years. Technologies have improved, tastes have changed, whole new genres have been created. But in that time, some games have shown that classics are classics for a good reason.