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"Freeciv" is a turn-based strategy game for workstations and personal computers inspired by the game "Civilization". The game has been released under the GNU General Public License and is free software.
"Freeciv" is a turn-based game, where each player controls a small, isolated nation. On each turn, the player may choose one action for their nation: move a unit, build a structure, trade goods, or perform an action specific to the nation's culture (such as research a technology, declare war, or convert to another religion).
The game progresses through a series of epochs, with each epoch consisting of a number of turns. At the end of each epoch, players are scored based on the number of cities they control, the number of technologies they have researched, and other factors. The player with the highest score at the end of the game is the winner.
"Freeciv" was created in 1996 by Justin Corwin, and the first version was released in 1997.
In 2001, "Freeciv" was included in the "Linux Journal Reader's Choice Awards" as the best free software game.
In 2006, "Freeciv" was nominated for the "Best Turn-Based Strategy Game" award at the "IGN Best of 2006 Awards".
As of October 2016, the latest version of "Freeciv" is "Freeciv 2.5.11".
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