Reviews and Problems with Immortal Cities: Children of the Nile
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12 March 2013
Summary: One must remember that this game is 10 years old; at the time it was incredibly pretty. Nowadays it still is pretty, but people spoiled by today's poly counts might find the simpler 3d models a bit dated. This game is, simply, brilliant. It's really a simulation in the truest sense.
Summary: This is one of the best city building games on the market. It is made great because of the original setting, the lack of an arbitrary currency and the very simple economic model: farms provide food, food goes to brick-makers and bricks go to your buildings.
Summary: !Top Game! This game is a great city builder game and is the best of its kind out. It talks about the facinating life of anciant egypt. It has tought me a lot about their glorious civilisation. Better still you can create your very own civilisation with this game.
Summary: This is a very old game and I had given up trying to purchase it for my nephew but to my delight I was able to purchase it from Amazon. It arrived within two days and there is one very happy boy.
Summary: This is a wonderfully absorbing game which brings historic citybuilding to a new level. You are Pharaoh and need to build beautiful cities to reach certain targets. That's roughly where the similarity to previous citybuilders ends. Children of the Nile is a society builder.
Summary: Its one of those games that you start playing at 5pm and the next time you look at the clock it's moring. Even the Tutorials take Hours to complete. Lots of building to do plus you get to be carried around by two slaves.