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American Civil War strategy game

Civil is a cross-platform, turnbased, networked strategy game that allows players to take part in scenarios set during the American Civil war. It simulates battles on a company level (roughly 100 men).


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version 0.83 (alpha)
released on 9 August 2004

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Leaders and contributors

Chakie Maintainer
Frank Raiser Contributor
Kalle Svensson Contributor
Mike Szczerban Contributor
Pete Shinners Contributor
Ryan Kulla Contributor

Resources and communication

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HelpMailing List Info/Archive
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Ruby (Ref)

Software prerequisites

Required to usepython-pqueue
Required to useSDL
Required to usePython 2.1 or later
Required to usepython-xml
Required to usePygame 1.4 or later

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 29 March 2018.


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