Sid Meier's Civilization III Crack/Patch

Sid Meier's Civilization III In Civilization III, you'll find new pathways to explore and strategies to employ, greatly expanded diplomacy, more powerful combat, a new trade system, new technologies, more powerful tools to build and manage your empire, and the most detailed and beautiful art, animations and sound ever found in the genre. [Infogrames]

Download Sid Meier's Civilization III Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 92 / 100
User rating
Downloads 3085
Genre Strategy, Turn-Based, Historic, 4X
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
Infogrames / Firaxis Games

Sid Meier's Civilization III reviews ( 5 )

MelchisedecH., May 19, 2006

Quite honestly one of the best games in its time. It is ridiculously addicting and will keep you from even the most necessary of things including 3 squares a day, unless of course you can manage your empire and get one more bite of pizza at the same time.

YeshuaAgapao, Nov 2, 2011

Good game. Great scenario editor for non-coders. Civ IV is more customizable, but it requires more of a coder mentality (and optimally, be a coder that is willing to code outside of work). Great game for those with older computers (5-8 years old).

MitchK, Mar 18, 2008

The people that rate this game poorly because of the tank/spearman issue likely do not know how to play the game. The game does not determine battle outcomes by icon, it uses a number system. So in the case where a spearman is attacked by a tank: Spearman (in city, fortified, on a hill, across a river, etc. etc.) will be pumped up quite drastically and make it feasible to beat a tank. Awesome game, endless fun.

MattR., Apr 2, 2003

This game is great. While it's true that there is a lot in common with Civ 2 (units, overall interface, etc), that's not necessarily a bad thing. Its greatest strength is its amazing addictiveness. More options/scenarios/units would be welcome, as would different visual options.

YM, Aug 1, 2007

An at first addictive game, but the absurdity of losing a battle between tanks and bronze welding warriors. Not to mention taking a couple of hundred years to sail around the world.