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Civilization: Call to Power. Game » consists of 2 releases. Released Mar 31, 1999 PC; Mac; Call to Power is a turn-based strategy game developed by Activision as a successor to the successful Civilization game by Sid Meier. Summary. Short summary describing this game. Navigation. Game Wiki; Images (2) Forum (0) ...
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Civilization: Call To Power was made in "Historic Turn-Based Strategy" genre and have "everyone" as SRB rating.
Call to Power 2 is a civilization clone released by Activison in 2000. It is the sequel to Civilization: Call to Power
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Release date(s): April 5, 1999
Genre(s): Turn-based strategy
Mode(s): Single-player, multiplayer
Civilization: Call to Power is a PC turn-based strategy game developed by Activision as a successor to the Civilization computer games by Sid Meier. It was ported to Linux by Loki Software, as well as BeOS, becoming one of the very few commercial games for that operating system. A sequel, Call to Power II, was released 18 months after the original. The sequel could not have "Civilization" in its title because Activision did not have a license for the "Civilization" name for a second game.