Immortal Cities: Children of the Nile

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Strategy
Developer: Tilted Mill

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'Immortal Cities: Children of the Nile' Enhanced Edition Gets Steamed

by Rainier on July 8, 2008 @ 12:21 p.m. PDT

Children of the Nile is a strategy game where citizens who behave like real people are your primary resource. As their leader, you must build a place in which they can live and work, establishing a relationship of trust and cooperation which you then leverage to build a lasting civilization, and bring it to its cultural peak.

Tilted Mill has enhanced the original CotN game, and these enhancements will of course be made available to existing players free of charge. At this stage Tilted Mill are primarily focused on improving accessibility, and feedback issues, but a few new buildings / decorations have also been included (such as the 'Brickyard,' which allows you to quickly and easily place large amounts of bricks near construction sites, greatly accelerating the speed with which you can build your city).

Part of this free update will be a new demo which does a much better (and faster!) job of representing what is fun and unique about CotN, as well as showcasing the new enhancements, so for those of you who have not tried the game, please wait until the new demo is released.

"Tilted Mill is committed to advancing the Children of the Nile franchise as an independent studio with the release of the Enhanced Edition, and we are bringing the CotN experience to a whole new audience of players by expanding our distribution network with the leading online platform for PC Games, Steam," said Chris Beatrice, founder and president of Tilted Mill Entertainment.

Tilted Mill believes in supporting their products as best we can post release, and are therefore also in the process of creating a series of content packs for CotN that will always be well worth the loaf of bread to barter for. Depending on demand Tilted Mill will expand or contract this series going forward.

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