Author: Mark Harman |
Size: 3.78 Mb |
Requires: XP/Vista/7 |
License: Freeware |
Downloaded: 297 Times
Gigalomania is an open source Mega-Lo-Mania-like game. The gameplay consists of researching and developing new technology with which to conquer your enemies, from rocks and sticks to nuclear weapons and spaceships.
You can advance through ten different ages, from the stone age to the future. There are 28 different maps to play through.
Select game type "SINGLE ISLAND".
Select a player (it doesn't really matter who).
Click "PLAY ISLAND".
A number (initially '0') will appear; move the mouse over it and increase the number by clicking the right mouse button. This is to select how many men you want to play the island - the more men, the easier it is. In the full game, you have a fixed number of men to use across all the islands, but for this demo you can choose as many as you like. On the first epoch, try about 15-20 men to begin with, then adjust accordingly for future games if you want the game to be easier or harder. Later epochs will require more men.
Move the mouse over the squares at the top (the island), and select one of them. Each square (or "sector") has different elements in it, which affects what things you can make, and how quickly; some sectors may be better than others. Click the left mouse to select, and start the game.