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Mega Empires is a strategy board game for 3 to 9 players that covers the development of ancient civilizations over 8000 years of history. Combining both games enables games with up to 18 players, but the game also supports any smaller player count.
The players lead their civilizations, as they expand and collapse, from the stone age, through the bronze age to the end of the iron age. Mega Empires provides a full day of fun for larger groups, but also includes shorter game scenarios for a night of fun with only 3 friends.
Mega Empires consists of two stand-alone board games: Western Empires and Eastern Empires. Either game has a unique map board setup, requiring different strategies, nine exclusive civilizations, and localized historic trading commodities. Either game can be played stand-alone with 5-9 players, or can be combined for more variation and for supporting 10-18 players in a single game; a unique experience.
Eastern Empires contains additional components that allow for a 3-4 player scenario for both games. The 560 Civilization Advances in either game are interchangable, there are enough cards to provide over 50 different cards for each of the 18 players. In addition there are two Special Building Expansions with 18 unique miniatures of the famous buildings of each civilization that provide special powers.
The game was developed as a modular balanced setup. Both with a single game of the two parts, and the combination of the two games. Either game for 5 players can be scaled up evenly to a 9 player game with more cards, and more land mass. But also Western Empires and Eastern Empires are evenly balanced in relation to each other, yet each game requires different playing strategies. Since the game is mostly played simultaneously the gaming time hardly increases from 5 to 18 players.
Players can even construct a building that historically belongs to a different civilization, as long as they are the quicker. Controlling the historical correct building at the very end of the game will grant players additional victory points.
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The N-Gage service (also referred to as N-Gage 2.0) was a mobile gaming platform from Nokia that was available for several Nokia smartphones running on S60 (Symbian). N-Gage combined numerous games with 3D graphics into an application featuring online (via N-Gage Arena) and social features. The service was a successor to the original 2003 N-Gage gaming device.
On October 30, 2009, Nokia announced that no new N-Gage games would be produced. Some reasons cited for its failure are its bad development model, marketing, and success of Apple's App Store. A total of 49 games were released for it. Nokia moved its games onto their Ovi Store thereafter. Games can still be played on compatible devices, but support for the service and its online features ceased in September 2010.
A public beta test of the N-Gage application took place from 4 February 2008 to 27 March 2008, though limited only for the N81. This period of time was referred to as "First Access" and was only a public test of the client which could be downloaded for free from the N-Gage website. While not the final version, the user had access to most of the features that the new application had to offer along with three games to try out: Hooked On: Creatures of the Deep, System Rush: Evolution and Space Impact Kappa Base. Later in February, Nokia also released Tetris, Block Breaker Deluxe and World Series of Poker: Pro Challenge for test users. None of the games are entirely free, but all offer a limited trial for testing purposes. In order to experience the full game it has to be either purchased or rented.
After numerous delays and many vague release dates, the N-Gage platform was finally (and also quite suddenly) released to the public on 3 April 2008 through the N-Gage official website, though only five phone models were initially compatible. This probably has to do with the older models being less powerful, as was pointed out in an interview earlier the same year where an N-Gage representative mentioned some memory issues with the N73. The launch titles also changed from six to only five: Asphalt 3: Street Rules, Brain Challenge, Hooked On: Creatures of the Deep, System Rush: Evolution, and World Series of Poker: Pro Challenge. The first two titles weren't even included on the original list (which included Block Breaker Deluxe and Tetris instead). The sixth (postponed) game was Space Impact Kappa Base.
With this release, the official website also saw a small change in appearance with price tags added to all games available for download, an event calendar, a tab for support on both the application itself and N-Gage compatible devices, and much more. Players logged into the website could now also see their Reputation level, N-Gage level, and gathered N-Gage points.
As expected, the launch was not problem-free as numerous people reported having trouble installing the application and logging into the N-Gage Arena. Others also had issues when it came to purchasing, activating, and downloading certain games.
Because N-Gage is a software based solution, the first generation MMC games are not compatible with the new platform, though some games made a comeback in the form of a sequel (e.g. System Rush: Evolution) or a remake/port (e.g. Mile High Pinball). Similarly, games developed for this next-gen N-Gage platform do not work on the original N-Gage nor N-Gage QD, adding to the fact that newer S60 software, including the N-Gage client and games, aren't binary-compatible with older S60 devices and vice versa.
The launcher welcomes the user with a Home screen where the last game played is shown along with quick links to their friends list, user progress (score table), a weekly game featured by Nokia for the week, and an Inbox for messaging within the launcher.
The Showroom displays all games that are available for download as well as Game Extras for expanding a game with extra content, such as downloading new episodes/adventures for the adventure game Dirk Dagger. Games may be browsed by genre, latest arrivals, or just in alphabetical order.
Games can be downloaded directly to the phone over the air (by GPRS or WiFi), or the user may choose to download it to a computer and then install it on to the phone using a USB-cable