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Published on November 12, 2010 By Draginol In GalCiv Journals

Fire-Watch pointed out that I’ll need to get a virtual image of Windows XP going in order to program GalCiv.  Otherwise, I’d have to take some people off of Elemental to migrate the GalCiv II project to Visual Studio 2005 or 2008.

Right now, I’m on a bit of a sabbatical to get back to focusing on tech. So installing a virtual PC image (or VM Ware) is kind of cool.  I’ll let you guys know how it goes as I’m doing it.

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on Dec 29, 2010

What i dream about that gal civ would develop to is that you get a programmable interface like WOW so the basics is being delivered by the company and the addicts go work on extra functions, in smart way there should be determind what could be programmed and what not, i am a programmer myself and would like to build an AI advisor so it feels more like a fancy chess game, and less micro management, hopefully that you automate turns till bigger jobs are finished events occur.

just speaking my mind about a great game,


on May 24, 2011

Ya elemental is like that grooovie. You can mod just about everything. Space is just more fun though. And this game works better. Hopefully they use the elemental engine for GalCiv 3 instead of teething a new one. Really wish they would have devoted Elemental to MMO and made GalCiv 3 last couple of years. Prolly would have worked out better, but hindsight is 20/10.