Summary: This game will not support fullscreen play on a MBP. I called up the company and they told me the video card that is in my MBP is not supported because it was not available when the game was released - note to them: No video card still in use was out when this game was written a decade ago.
Summary: I am a Diehard Rise of Nations (RON) fan, but I became bored with having no other way to win besides leveling my opponent. Civ 3 offers several more ways to win, but it suffers from some aspects that make the game difficult. The first is game play.
Summary: This game has the potential to be one of the greatest all time games of the genre. If it weren't for a fatal flaw which dooms it from the start. I'm talking about the concept of strategic resources. Or at least the haphazard, illogical way they are implemented.
Summary: The CONQUESTS expansion pack for Civilization III can be looked at two ways - a souped-up version of the classic PC strategy game, or as an overpriced and underachieving CD-ROM patch cynically masquerading as a whole new product.
Summary: i found that the defence on all the units is massive compared to the attck. and the bombardment feater is pittifull it takes the point out of cannons. overall the games defencive nature made it way too easy.
Summary: I'm a Civ 3 addict. I've lost weeks if not months (to date) of my life playing Civ 3, so I decided to buy the Complete package since Aspyr released a free patch to make Complete (not the original) run natively on Intel Macs. (You can download the patch at Apple menu > Mac OS X Software...
Summary: In late 2002, I took a second job at a major electronics retailer and decided to use my employee discount on what looked like a cool game: Civilization III. That game changed my life... in the gaming sense.