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Hobbes' Challenge
« on: May 01, 2014, 04:00:18 AM »
Scenario Name: Hobbes' Challenge
SMAC/ SMAX: SMAX
Author: Hobbes
Date of original posting: 1/4/04
Original host site: Civilization Gaming Network

A little scenario I played with over the holiday break. You play
Svensgaard vs Miriam. Aim is fastest (and most efficient) conquest. The
scenario is quite advanced in tech. Miriam is programmed to play quite
defensively but is still lots of fun. Watch out for her trying to win by
cornering the energy market or by PB'ing you into oblivion.

Enjoy.

Hobbes


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