Greatest game of all time, but Mac version not quite there
Karl Morgan "Karl J. Morgan, sci-fi and fanta..., Amazon
8 March 2014
Summary: First I must say that I've played the Civilization franchise since it first came out. I have loved each iteration, except Civilization 5. I had to use my wife's MacBook for a few weeks when my PC died, and I needed at least one game to play so I downloaded Civ 4.
Summary: I became addicted to Civ back when it was Civ I or II. I liked the simple interface. It didn't have too many bells and whistles because the hardware of those days usually couldn't handle it. What I dislike about the present version is the inability to turn off the animation.
Summary: I bought this here because it's a bargain compared to other sites, but it turned out to need a lot of updates that didn't install very smoothly. If you really want to play Civ IV instead of V, just put the couple of extra bucks into buying it from another source where it's more complete and/or...
Summary: I heard a lot of good things about this game, I gave it a try and was really disappointed. The game is not bad, but it is not good enough to keep me playing it for hours. I quit for the first 30 minutes.
Summary: Civ III - Call to Power has more interesting game play. The user interface on this game leaves something to be desired. Not a fan of the new combat math/algorythms, but a decent game in all. Shipping and all was excellent. The rating is for the game quality itself, no the vendor.
Summary: This is a great game, however there are TWO versions of this game and only one is compatable with this download. If you do not have the steam supported version of Civilization 4 DO NOT BUY THIS DOWNLOAD, BECAUSE IT WILL NOT WORK! If you do have the steam supported version this is well worth the $5.