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Posts Tagged 'games'

  1. The Game of “Ten Women”  • 
    There's a marvelous game embedded in Po Bronson's excellent 1997 book "The First $20 Million Is Always the Hardest: A Silicon Valley Novel." It's really about taking risks and making gambles. It's about learning to make quick decisions and not regretting your mistakes.
  2. Sid Meier’s “Civilization IV”  • 
    I’ve been a longtime fan of the Civilization series of turn-based simulation games — ever since the first iteration back in the very early ’90s. But I held off buying the latest release, Civilization IV, for several months because of its horrendous quality control issues. (For more on those, just take a gander at all […]