Civilization Revolution for the iPad was just updated with the following notice:
What's New in Version 2.4.4
Exciting new content has been added to enhance your Civilization experience including:
- Purchase pack with 16 New Great People
- Purchase pack with 16 New National Wonders
And, indeed, there are packs to purchase. But, what exactly are these new Great People and National Wonders? Even after purchasing the packs, there's no new documentation; I guess I could play 16 new games with each civilization to find out, but it would be kind of nice to know as part of my decision for picking my nationality at the start. I've looked online and can't find anything anywhere.
Does anyone have a list of the items which are included in the AC4 BF Season Pass? I have bought the Digital Deluxe Edition, on PC from Steam, which already includes, Sacrifice Island Black Island Mystery Island Golden treasure chests for swords, outfits and ship customisations Aveline story DLC The Castaway's Prize There is also some DLC already available, Death vessel pack Crusader & Florentine pack Wikipedia states that, Ubisoft announced that a Season Pass will be available for purchase at the launch of the game on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One
I know that the victory conditions are easier in the Civilization Revolution built-in scenario Lightning Round. The civilopedia doesn't say what they are. What are the precise victory conditions for the Lightning Round? Cultural Normal: Acquire 20 Wonders / Great Persons / converted cities, build United Nations wonder. Lightning Round: Acquire 15. (Win immediately) Domination Normal: Conquer and hold all capital cities. Lightning Round: Conquer 3 enemy capitals. Economic Normal: Acquire 20,000 gold, build World Bank wonder. Lightning Round: Acquire 10,000 gold. (Win immediately
on something that won't run well. I figure that if I were to buy The Sims 3 plus all the expansion packs the minimum requirements would probably raise. So what are the minimum requirements to run...Below are a list of all The Sims 3 expansion packs in order of release (source): World Adventures High-End Loft Stuff Ambitions Fast Lane Stuff Late Night Outdoor Living Stuff Generations (May 31, 2011) Town Life Stuff Pets Master Suite Showtime Katy Perry's Sweet Treats Stuff Diesel Stuff Supernatural Seasons 70's, 80's & 90's Stuff University Life Each packs adds various new items
Possible Duplicate: What factors should I use to price an item in the auction house? This question is really about how to value items bought and sold on the auction house. Obviously the answer will be subjective on a per player basis, but in the aggregate I expect there are certain stats that tend to make items sell for far more. I'm imagining it's something like: Most important: Primary stats (Strength, Intelligence, Dexterity) -- because they increase damage Vitality -- because everyone needs vitality Magic Find +Damage Has Sockets Lesser importance: Armor +Experience
I have been playing survival mode with some [in my mind] decent players I met in Gears of War Judgement and we have been having some troubles trying to earn the Onyx Medal for the Survival mode... and small map picture (best I could find). Each class that we can choose from has its different perks: Medic = Stim grenades (heals and revives), Engineer = Turret and repairs, Scout = Spot grenade... of the wretch flank. While we are getting ammo from our regen packs, we are all extremely close to each other, seceptable to a team wipe (everyone dying) by an explosion. I am open to any ideas/methodologies
Possible Duplicate: Hostile takeovers: Does your civilization receive the benefits of wonders? I just took over York from england and puppeted it. It has The Forbidden Palace (unhappiness in cities) and I was curious if I got its benefit.
I have had extremely varied luck with armor drops on my various characters. So I find myself wondering: at what level is each armor tier supposed to start dropping? For instance, if you wear heavy armor, you will see these different tiers drop: Iron Chainmail Steel Azurite Sylvanite Prismere I know Iron armor starts dropping at level 1. And I think Azurite starts dropping at level 13-ish. But what are the actual numbers?
. Hmmm... I was warned, as was everyone else involved in the game a few days beforehand with the following: "Don't drink the Plum Juice!" Does anyone know definitively what the Plum Juice does? Here is some information and speculation from a current member of my town: Apparently it does absolutely nothing, according to the forums, making it really only useful for cooking meals? I...So, apparently everyone in town received some Christmas gifts in Die2Nite, including a Utility Belt, a Letter With no Address, and a vial of Suspicious Looking Plum Juice. Now, I do love Plum Juice
If I buy the Guardian of Light DLC, can I invite my friends to join my game without them having bought it, or do they need to purchase it as well? I was more interested when I thought they were just puzzle maps as they're some of the best co-op bits in the game, but I doubt it would be worth us both buying the packs just for one puzzle map in each pack.