- Jun 16, 2004
Yah!! Me too. I also downloaded Red Alert: Command and Conquer but the AI on that really doesn’t hold up.I will happily play this with you sometime! I was OBSESSED as a child with it.
Ha - to be honest my favourite thing about Age of Empires is building my little city up and irrigating/finding resources. I actually really don’t like the warfare but I guess that’s true to life - so fight we must.
I used to make it as unlikely as possible that anyone would invade. Minimum civilisations and the biggest map possible. Then I could just focus on expanding my sheep numbers.Ha - to be honest my favourite thing about Age of Empires is building my little city up abs irrigating/finding resources. I actually really don’t like the warfare but I guess that’s true to life - so fight we must.
My strategy with all these games is always to ignore everything else and build up as much tech/science as I can possibly get, then crush them once I have everything.
In Civilisation, nuking people still living in castles is always so satisfying
OH I played A LOT of Civlization over lock down. I tend to play peacefully throughout and build a science lead like Zen, I don't start any wars unless STRICTLY necessarry, but the minute someone starts on me I DESTROY THEM (like real life! j/k )
yeah! so my brothers and I have added each other as friends and then when you load it up you can create your own forum and invite other players!I do. so multiplayer is supported through Steam? make a poll, add it to the itinerary, hijack ASFM, whatever it takes to join us in picking berries and wololo
My one concern about playing this online is that it will expose how shit I am at strategy games. I always play them on easy for the power trip fantasy.
Are there any big boys who I can form an alliance with?