Flash Games: Pre-Civilization Bronze Age

Definition Of Civilization (From the website Dictionary.com): An advanced state of human society, in which a high level of culture,science, industry, and government has been reached.

Looking at this, I think that there are many reasons that why we should be grateful that civilization exists. For me, the reason that I should be grateful for a civilization is that it provide safe haven for living, thanks to civilization that I have a good shelter to sleep, a dining room to eat, and a computer to write about things.

And a game to play.

Pre-Civilization Bronze Age is a Strategy game that you build a civilization in the bronze age, around the time inĀ Mesopotamian Middle East between 6000 BC and 2000 BC. To win the game, you have to build the world wonder-The Great Pyramid before 2000 BC.

Surely, for a game that is about building a world, you have to grow farms to increase your population, work mines to increase production and worship shrines to increase culture. Population is the people you have, and the most important as they are the people that work in your city, production helps to build buildings and culture are technology that improves the lives of the people.

Technologies are divided into tech trees and separated into three different periods, 2000 years each, you are unable to move on to another tech that is one period ahead, which is a bummer, since the Great Pyramid is unlocked in the last period.

This game also have events, good and bad. For the good, you might find different luxuries that can help your civilization even more stronger. For the bad, you might face horrible wars that you can’t declare yourself, and must create soldiers to help defend your people from being killed or becoming slaves.

So give this game a try, for a new year to civilization.

http://www.kongregate.com/games/clarusvictoria/pre-civilization-bronze-age

Thanks to Kongregate and game creator Clarus Victoria.

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