Freeciv-web is now available with a 3D WebGL version for public testing. It uses the Three.js 3D engine. The game is available in 3D for both desktop and mobile devices. Freeciv-web is a free and open source strategy game playable in a web-browser. The first 2D version of the game was created in 1996 by […]
Freeciv-web now has a new hotseat multiplayer mode. This is a multiplayer game where two or more players plays on the same device by taking turns playing the game. Wikipedia has some background about the game mode. To start a new hotseat game, go to the main page of Freeciv-web, then click on the hotseat button, and fill […]
The Freeciv project was founded on November 14 1995, by Peter Joachim Unold, Claus Leth Gregersen and Allan Ove Kjeldbjerg. The three Danish students created this open source strategy game while studying computer science at Aarhus University. Today, 20 years later we have interviewed the founders of the project to find out about the early history of Freeciv. – Why […]
Episode 2 available now! Watch Nook expanding the Inca empire across the South American continent.
NeptunesNook is playing a scenario battle as the Incas against 31 hard AI opponents on a large world map. It will be hugely exciting to follow this multi-episode Let’s play video on Youtube on a Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays schedule! You can watch this experienced strategy gamer start as the Inca ruler on the South American continent and follow his […]
This is the story of an epic battle of 100 Freeciv artificial intelligence (AI) players fighting on a very large map with 20.000 tiles! The results, statistics and the winning AI of the game can be found here: http://play.freeciv.org/blog/battle-of-100-freeciv-ais/ Statistics including player scores, population, gross national product, military units, settled area, land area, number of technologies, cities, […]