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Civilization V: The List of Everything Civ!


  • Apolyton Announces: Civilization V: The List of Everything Civ!

    Apolyton Civilization Site announces: The List of Everything Civ

    Apolyton has a long tradition in the Civilization community when it's about submitting ideas to Firaxis! When Civilization 3 was announced the entire community joined together on Apolyton to create "The List" with thousands of ideas for civ3. "The List" consisted of hundreds of pages and was handed over to Firaxis, who has reportedly used it ever since as a source of inspiration for new Civ Itterations.

    Now we want to proceed this Tradition with "The List of Everything Civ5"!

    A new way to submit ideas, bugs, likings or dislikings, and a system to crowd-rate the best stuff! What bugs are the worst and need fixing soon? Which civilization do you want to most as a DLC? Submit it here, and rate other's suggestions as well!

    The List of Everything Civ5 is currently in Beta! It was created by someone with no knowledge of this programming language at all, so expect the worst
    Please report bugs in our Community Forum! One of the known issues is that the alternate style colors aren't working yet!

    You can permanently dismiss this 'notice'.
    Enjoy "The List".

    • Nikolai
      Nikolai commented
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      The List was ideas for the next Civ. Is this the List for Civ6 then?

    • Robert
      Robert commented
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      One day we'll use this for Civ6 as well! (The idea was born to make it for civ5, but then civ5 suddenly was already announced )

      But this is an expansion on the original idea indeed.

    • jobe
      jobe commented
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      There will be tons of patches and there will likely be expansion packs ...
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