Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 30 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Infogrames Interactive. Ensemble Studios is known for the "Age of Empires" series. Lucas Arts owns all the "Star Wars" games' rights. EA games make a lot of sport games but have also done "The Sims" and "007 Nightfire".
become an army. Kings are in regicide games. Cities are made by settlers. "We Love the King" days are caused by happy citizens.
Prussia. The Celts were the only added civilization listed in "Play the World". Prussia is sort of represented by Germany, as Bismarck is its leader.
guerilla. This has been added in Play the World in order to avoid the tendancy for the A.I. to have obsolete units. The riflemen and infantry are extentions of the whole "defensive" chain of units. (Spearman to pikeman to musketman to rifleman to infantry.) Crossbowmen are Babylonian unique units.
shields. I do not know why they are named shields, besides the fact that the icon looks like a blue shield.
Industrious, Expansionist. The Greeks and Koreans are commercial and scientific, the Ottomans and Persians are industrious and scientific, and the Russians are expansionist and scientific.
Defense. The first number is an Attack value, the second is a Defense value, and the third is a Speed value. For units capapble of bombardment, there are also numbers in parenthesis representing its bombardment power, Range, and Rate of Fire.
Movement. The Panzer is 16.8.3. The Tank is 16.8.2.
8. One of the best aspects of the game. Gain the trust of the final remaining civilization then save up your nuclear weapons. When they are least expecting it BOOM! I enjoy bombing innocent and peace-loving cities off the map with over-the-top weapons.
16.8.2. In the later stages of the game, tanks (as well as with Mechanized Infantry) make up the main bulk of my savage hordes. The best all-rounder in the game.
6. An ancient war machine that could rain devestation over the city walls.
Cossack. An efficient and deadly russian warrior riding horseback.
Joan D'arc. The famous Joan of Arc was only 19 years old when she was burned at the stake for heresy and witchcraft in 1431.
18. The best defensive unit in the game. If you have the privilage of being able to build an army, make sure you include one of these.
Hiawatha. Generally a nice guy in the game. I tend to earn his trust, steal his goods then wipe him out.
18. The most effective naval unit in the game; create an armada of these babies and you will rule the seas.
One extra movement point and one extra defense point. The Rider makes it possible to keep a smaller defense force, giving you more units to conquer weaker civilizations. Thanks for taking my quiz.
education. The Great Library allows a backward civilization to get caught up in a hurry.
|Hiawatha is the leader of the Iroquois. This guy can't even beat Bugs Bunny and he wants to conquer the world? What unit will you not see in the Iroquois civilization. ||'Civilization III': Rule the World
horsemen. The Iroquois produce mounted warriors instead of horsemen.
|What western movie would be complete with out the line "Here comes the cavalry."? My question to you is, what resources are required to produce this unit? ||'Civilization III': Rule the World
saltpeter and horses. Cavalry units can move quick and have good attack ability making them a very good unit to conquer unsuspecting town.
It has double the movement. I like to use the jaguar warrior as scouts at the beginning of the game.
militaristic and scientific. The Germans start out with the technologies of warrior code and bronze working, making them able to produce a wide variety of units off the bat.
the wheel and ceremonial burial. Ceremonial burial allows you to build temples and the wheel allows horses to appear on the map.
It put a barracks in every city on the same continent. This wonder can also trigger a golden age for militaristic civilizations.
|Gandhi was a pacifist, what is he doing in this game? The Indians have the war elephant as their special unit. What is the key advantage to this unit? ||'Civilization III': Rule the World
It takes no strategic resources to produce. No strategic resources to produce makes the Indians a great choice to pick as your civilization.