PCGamer has published an article about another game which is dear to us: The original Colonization. In this article the author writes about it was in the shadow of civ, about the struggles of resouce management, dealing with the natives, the lackluster combat and obviously the one-more-turn feeling.
“For an indecisive player like me, it’s torture. I can’t possibly do everything at once but I’ll sure as bloody hell try. Shall I sell this baccy in London or potter around trying to find a native capital with which to trade? Do I buy tools or manufacture them myself? Shall I throw my cargo of rum into the harbour and tell the king to bugger off or accept the latest rise in tax? Do I waste time annoying the French for the sake of it or not?“
You can read the whole article here: https://www.pcgamer.com/sid-meiers-…com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=socialflow and discuss it in our forum here: https://forums.civfanatics.com/threads/pcgamer-revisiting-colonization-sid-meiers-overlooked-resource-juggler.678607/