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Oh also, that machine had a "turbo" button for when shit was about to get serious. It would boost the CPU clock speed up to rediculous 33 MHz. The fans really had to work hard to keep the CPU cool. Shit sounded like the computer was about to fly to the moon, you could really FEEL THE TURBO (tm).
Renze13903yEhehe, maar door je fout heb je wel nederlands geleerd :-)
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Masta3263yI also made the dutch / deutsch error so many times... I get you man.
The good part is when you finally get to notice that kind of mistake, you don't do it anymore because you rembember. I mean... most of the time ^^
Oh god, the memories ^^
I was playing the sh## out of »that« game civilisation 1.
I really loved this game.
On my very first try,I was like.
Ok. I have a settler and there are so many unoccupied spaces around my first city.
So, over the time, I built a clusterfuck of citys.
9 citys 3x3. I was so confused that none of the cities, done well.
Finally a buddy of mine told me.
Noooo... those citys need the surrounding fields to do their stuff.
@TylerDDevRant haha that's hilarious! Interesting strategy, just flood the world with cities. But I can imagine it wouldn't work to well.
The game really was awesome and it layed the foundation for one of the most legendary game series ever.
You could only control it with the keyboard, iirc. Did you know you could move your units diagonally with the PGUP, PGDN, END, etc. keys?
Also the game came with this huge book full of answers to questions of some kind. At least that's how I remember it. During the first few hours of playing after installation, the game would suddenly start asking you random questions and you had to look up the answers in time to prove that you had a legal copy of the game. Can anyone confirm this? My memory is a bit cloudy.
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