Freeciv 2.3.4, a Game Inspired by the Civilization Series, Is Now Available for Download

The developers have fixed a lot of bugs and added some nifty features

By on February 19th, 2013 15:26 GMT

Freeciv, a free turn-based multiplayer strategy game, in which each player becomes the leader of a civilization, is now at version 2.3.4.

Freeciv 2.3.4 is inspired by Civilization I and II from MicroProse and gamers should find this title quite familiar, since one aim is to have optional modes (called rulesets) with compatible rules.

Highlights of Freeciv 2.3.4:

• When a unit was automatically moved to a transporter to save it from drowning or running out of fuel, the transporter could continue to appear empty;
• Prevent cases where units could be converted or upgraded to a type only capable of carrying different cargo to the current cargo;
• Units of types the owner cannot build are no longer prevented from upgrade;
• When a new nation is created in the editor, city style and leader gender are now set appropriately.

Check out the complete changelog for all the updates and fixes introduced in this new version.

Download Freeciv 2.3.4
right now from Softpedia.

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