Is geography destiny? Why repeat history when you could forge a new geography each time you begin a game? The Scrambled Nations map pack includes maps for the geographic regions of Canada, Australia, Japan, Scandinavia, Great Britain and China. The geographic outlines of each nation are exact; however, special scripts produce randomized interiors each time a new game begins, allowing for endless replayability.
DirectX®: DirectX® version 9.0c
Initial installation requires one-time Internet connection for Steam authentication; software installations required (included with the game) include Steam Client, Microsoft Visual C++2008 Runtime Libraries and Microsoft DirectX.
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Civilization V is nearly as replayable as a game can get, but after playing through all the campaigns, scenarios, trying out all the nations and strategies, you may feel the game became a bit too predictable for you. Especially if you know the map too well already. Now that's where Scrambled Nations comes into play - it does a trick of changing the interiors of lands that nations inhabit. Even though their locations and boundaries are stil known and predictable, the exact layout of their lands is not so predetermined anymore. So if you are a veteran player who would like to be surprised by the game once more, you should try this little expansion.
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