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Parents need to know that Sid Meier's Civilization V: Brave New World is an expansion to Firaxis' popular turn-based strategy game and that it requires the original Sid Meier's Civilization V to work. Like the base game, it includes mild military combat in which tiny soldiers can be seen fighting from a bird's-eye view. There is no blood or gore. Plus, battles can be almost completely avoided. Most players will spend their time experimenting with different types of government, learning the nuts and bolts of international trade, conducting diplomatic negotiations, managing agriculture and food production, and carrying out other business involved with ruling and evolving civilizations. It can be surprisingly edifying, especially if players take time to peruse the Civilopedia, which contains informative entries describing human achievements ranging from animal husbandry to oil production.
Kids can learn about history and strategy in this deep, satisfying, and easy-to-learn simulation about the birth and evolution of human civilization. Players will discover the basics about historical leaders including Pedro II of Brazil and Gajah Mada of Indonesia while observing how trade, diplomacy, and various styles of government can affect a nation's prosperity and a people's outlook. Sid Meier's Civilization V: Brave New World lets kids play through history to make social studies exciting and fun.
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