Immortal Cities: Children of the Nile

7.5 Overall Score
Gameplay: 7/10
Sounds: 6/10
Graphics: 7/10

Depth and complexity. A more realistic AI.

Religion needs a lot of micromanagement.

Immortal Cities: Children of the Nile throws you into your very own corner of the world. You are not playing as a hero or even going through battles; you are building a massive, highly detailed Egyptian city. You are going to use the tools available in order to develop the type of civilization that people dream of, and that are far from what we can achieve today. It is a difficult journey, especially when going through campaign mode, but it is one that is certain to pay off. You can have the Egyptian civilization of your dream, and you can build it with your own hands.


When you think about building up an Egyptian civilization, there are likely several things that come to mind. In Immortal Cities: Children of the Nile, you have an ancient yet beautiful civilization that gives you the image of ancient Egypt that a lot of people grew up with, and possibly more than you might imagine. It is exciting seeing this all come to life, too. Your people, your builds, your civilization, all becoming the beautiful and perfect image that you wanted. Thanks to everything that is possible here, you should have it all and more.


Part of why you should have it all is the fact that this game is incredibly detailed. The amount of time and effort put into Immortal Cities: Children of the Nile really shows, and it makes the game all the more entertaining. Instead of just putting down a few houses in a day and that is it, you have the chance to build a grand and amazing civilization that surpasses all expectations. While the game may be about 10 years old, it still lives up to expectations that we have for games today. It has the details, excitement, and fascinating aspects that we want in all games, and it delivers it all in a great package.


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A campaign mode and map editor help to make Immortal Cities: Children of the Nile much more than a basic building game, too. This gives it a bit more of an edge, keeping it interesting without removing any of the other entertaining features. You can still build your civilization the way that you want to, of course, but you have the chance to do much more. You can make the most out of this game, and you can love every minute of it, from the moment that you start it up and until your civilization has become the best that it can be.

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