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June 2009 Game of the Month (GotM)
« on: May 03, 2014, 03:45:27 AM »
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Scenario Name: June 2009 Game of the Month (GotM)
Author: Russia4Life
Date of original posting: 5/13/2009 6/1/09  -I looked it up
Original host site: WePlayCiv

Well it is the 1st of June and as promised here is the game I designed. Players will be controlling the Drones.

I intended the game to be difficult, but I doubt anyone will experience
any major problems completing the game. It is a scenario game that
starts at turn one with some advantages given to the AI factions. As
such you will need to play the scenario through the scenario option on
the main game menu.

(I can't think of anything else to add at the moment so I guess I will just wish everyone good luck.)


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