10 year game of Civilization II turns into Eternal War AARON COHEN · JUN 13 2012
I'm not sure this will make it from Reddit to the movie screen, but one intrepid gamer has been playing Civilization II off and on for 10 years. Lycerius's posted some pictures that illustrate a "hellish nightmare of suffering and devastation" indeed. A sub-Reddit has been created complete with logo, Zuck is into it, and if you're feeling lucky, punk, you can download the game as it stands and try your hand at ending the Eternal War.
The only governments left are two theocracies and myself, a communist state. I wanted to stay a democracy, but the Senate would always over-rule me when I wanted to declare war before the Vikings did. This would delay my attack and render my turn and often my plans useless. And of course the Vikings would then break the cease fire like clockwork the very next turn. Something I also miss in later civ games is a little internal politics. Anyway, I was forced to do away with democracy roughly a thousand years ago because it was endangering my empire. But of course the people hate me now and every few years since then, there are massive guerrilla (late game barbarians) uprisings in the heart of my empire that I have to deal with which saps resources from the war effort.