Download Immortal Cities: Children of the Nile PC Game 2005

Download Immortal Cities: Children of the Nile

Size to download: 438.91 MB. Version: v 1.2

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Memory: 128 MB RAM
Processor: Pentium III or Athlon 800 MHz
Storage: 840 MB
Graphics: 32 MB Video Map (DirectX 9.0)
OS: 7, 8, 10
Year: 2005
Developer: TILED MILL ENTERTINMENT
Version: v 1.2

Immortal Cities: Children of the Nile - a city planning simulator based on a social part. Each person living in the city of Game is a person, requiring some benefits of civilization for a happy existence in ancient Egypt. In the post-Soviet space, this project is more famous as "Immortal cities: children Nile".

Socialium is divided into two separate camps with different problems and requests: the working class and officials, employees of the state apparatus. Buildings in the city occur by appointing the square to the desired building and organization of construction. It is necessary to assign a worker to get a sufficient number of stone, because the treasury or warehouse in the game is not, everything must be obtained before directly applied. After appointing builders, collecting all resources for the future building, and construction will begin. Currency in the game protrudes bread. It needs both for the satiety of the population, they will also have to pay for some services. To replenish it, it is also necessary to organize farms for growing grain and its preparation.

The number of representatives of the working class directly depends on the well-being of the upper layers of society, because it is precisely for their resources and occurs. This feature highlights the game against the background of the remaining projects of the city development strategies. Each mechanics can be used in a major plot mode, where the gamer will be provided with different starting conditions and a varied list of tasks that must be performed for a certain amount of time.

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