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Civilization VI

By Aspyr Media, Inc. (Aspyr Media (iDP))
Supported Devices : Mac OS

Release Notes

12/06/2017 | Version : 1.0.4 | Size : 4.9 GB
•New Persia and Macedonia double civilization and scenario pack now available via in-app purchase.
•Improved coastal cities.
•Multiple balance adjustments.
•Improved AI behavior.
•Multiple bug fixes.

30/03/2017 | Version : 1.0.3 | Size : 4.7 GB
•New Australia Civilization and Scenario pack now available via in-app purchase.
•Adds Aztec civilization
•Adds True Start Location Earth map
•Multiple Balance change
•Improved AI
•Multiple Bug Fixes

19/01/2017 | Version : 1.0.2 | Size : 4.6 GB
•New Civilizations Poland and Viking now available via in-app purchase.
•Adds Earth Map.
•Added “Alert” action for units.
•Multiple Balance Changes
•Improved AI
•Multiple Bug Fixes
•Updated Swordsman, Mines, and National Park graphics.


IMPORTANT NOTICE: Civilization VI for the Mac App Store is currently a single player experience.

••• PLEASE check that your Mac meets the system requirements before purchasing •••

See what reviewers are saying about Civilization VI!

“I’ll never need another Civ game in my life besides this one” – PC Gamer (93 out of 100)

“It’s just the beginning of a new Civ chapter, and what a glorious, confident beginning it is.” – PCGamesN (9 out of 10)

“Possibly the biggest and deepest game in the series' 25-year history.” – IGN

Sid Meier’s Civilization VI, winner of 15 E3 awards including Best Strategy Game, is the next entry in the popular Civilization franchise, which has sold in over 35 million units worldwide, including more than 8 million units of Civilization V.

Originally created by legendary game designer Sid Meier, Civilization is a turn-based strategy game in which you attempt to build an empire to stand the test of time. Become Ruler of the World by establishing and leading a civilization from the Stone Age to the Information Age. Wage war, conduct diplomacy, advance your culture, and go head-to-head with history’s greatest leaders as you attempt to build the greatest civilization the world has ever known.

Civilization VI offers new ways to engage with your world: cities now physically expand across the map, active research in technology and culture unlocks new potential, and competing leaders will pursue their own agendas based on their historical traits as you race for one of five ways to achieve victory in the game.

• Additional information about Sid Meier’s Civilization VI •

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In order to run the game with satisfactory performance, your Mac must meet these minimum system requirements: 2.7 GHz CPU Speed | 6 GB RAM | 15 GB free disk space | (ATI): Radeon HD 6970 | (NVidia): GeForce GTX 775M | (Intel): Iris Pro | 1 GB VRam

NOTICE: Civilization VI does not utilize Steam for encryption and will not work with Steam Civilization V DLC.

NOTICE: This game is not supported on volumes formatted as Mac OS Extended (CaseSensitive)

©1991-2016 Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. and its subsidiaries. Developed by Firaxis Games. 2K, Sid Meier's Civilization, Civilization, Civ, Firaxis Games and their respective logos are all trademarks of Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. All rights reserved. Published and distributed by Aspyr Media, Inc. Aspyr is a registered trademark of Aspyr Media, Inc., and the Aspyr star logo is a trademark of Aspyr Media. All rights reserved. Mac and the Mac logo are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. The ratings icon is a trademark of the Entertainment Software Association. All other trademarks and trade names are the properties of their respective owners. All rights reserved.


Overall :
#9 : Top Grossing Mac Applications
#91 : Top Paid Mac Applications

Categories :
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Comments and Ratings for Civilization VI

So much fun (1.0.4)
27/04/2017 05:57:43 5/5 By summergo
This game has been really fun, I have not slept in days because of it. I only have a macbook air from 2014 so I was worried it wouldn’t work but it has worked fine, I don’t know if maybe the graphics aren’t as good as they would be if I had a more powerful computer but they look pretty good to me! I also don’t know about previous versions so I can’t compare but…this one is so much fun.

What have they done ? (1.0.2)
16/03/2017 05:47:51 2/5 By Al Warb
Civ 5 is an amazing game and one of the main reasons for this is its beauty. It simply looks great. Civ 6 in comparison is terrible. The graphics are cartoon like and amateurish. To make matters worse it sounds like Sean Bean is responsible for the voice overs. A huge backward step.

Deeply disappointing and visually inept (1.0.2)
10/02/2017 09:08:32 2/5 By AutoExpert
Technically I have no problems running this game. However I find it impossible to enjoy playing it. It is a total backwards step from CIV 5. I’d hoped for greater realism, more depth, but along the lines of CIV 5 not this backwards pseudo-cartoon world that frankly leaves me cold. Improvements are in tech and social policy trees, plus improved dipmlomatic play. That’s where it stops. The udicrous feature that only tradeers build roads is utterly stupid, historically inaccurate and a major impediment to military activity. Units look daft, the entire thing looks fake and the city district idea, while viable if you havevast numbers of hexagons, rather than the same scale as before, turns in to a nightmare headache of huge proprtions the more cities you have. It’s like having a SIM city inside a CIV game, and frankly becomes tedious. I’ve tried repeatedly to like it, but the map of rolling visibility is so annoying, I simply can’t stand it any more. I am coming to hate it which is something I’ve never thought possible. Even Beyond Earth was better than this. CIV 5 is where this franchise peaked. Now its just a downward spiral.

Love the game!! When it plays!! crash!! crash!! crash!! (1.0.2)
01/02/2017 10:18:49 1/5 By mjom
I cannot believe that SID released the game the way it is!!! shame!!! i really hope they fix it soon!! Shuch a good game and it keeps crashing, again and again!!!!

I love the CIV games! (1.0.2)
19/01/2017 10:08:52 2/5 By Philster79
Needs patching so it will run on most macs that dont only have onboard integrated graphics cards

Enhancement of Civ V, but crashes (1.0.1)
17/01/2017 08:01:00 4/5 By Kris1
Interesting enhancements to the game and the franchise - I like the new look and feel and added wrinkles. But - it crashes after a little while. I have a 2015 MBP with all the top options - it should work fine.

Sort out the crashes! (1.0.1)
29/12/2016 17:06:00 1/5 By Jet jock
This played just fine for the first couple of months and is a totally addictive game. Trouble is that the latest update is rubbish. The game crashes so regularly (my Mac is only 4 months old) and its so frustrating. Come on guys sort it out!!!!

Great Version of the franchise (1.0.1)
23/12/2016 02:28:00 4/5 By blue-j
I have been playing Civ since Version 2 and have always loved it. After reading some reviews I was somewhat dubious but still went ahead and bought the game. After the initial suprise of the look - it is different from previous versions, I have really got into it. I enjoy long drawn out campaigns (Marathon speed on vast maps) and this really allows you to get into everything - I love the new tech tree. It’s well thought out and there is so much more to explore than in previous versions ( i was never a great fan of Vers 5). It is still early days yet but I will come back to this review at a later date. So far, no glitches to report: this Mac is a late 2013 M-Bk Pro but with 16Gb RAM. The processors are fast ones as well. This game is intricate - you can’t expect it to run on a basic model. Back in the day, my PC contained 333MHz of CPU power and Version 2 would always crash and/or grind to a halt in later games. I leanrt to save the game every 3 or 4 turns. This is a great version of the game - go treat yourself and enjoy.

Sorry to say, a bit of a let down (1.0.1)
19/12/2016 04:30:00 3/5 By Jimbbbb
I’ve been playing Civ since the very first version, and to this point every one has been an improvement, but this one…sorry but it’s treading water in many ways, and backwards in others. The new features; city districts - not very exciting to be honest. They’ve made a big thing out of the improved AI for other civs, which is fine, they have motivations and behaviour which fits, but interacting with them is clunky. You can’t really share a strategy; dealmaking is still basic and the interface with the other leaders needs work. They don’t seem that intelligent either; I’ve only played a couple of games to their conclusion but my tanks have been attacked by civilizations armed with only spearmen several times. The graphics feel basic and a backwards step from the lush colours in Civ 5. Being able to vew at night seems like a novelty you’ll do once to see what its like and then forget - a lot of effort on behalf of the programmers for not much reward. They should have gone for greater realism in my opinion; instead it’s more cartoon-like. On the plus side the government system, once you get used to it, is an improvement - more flexible and realistic. Great people system is better. Plenty of ideas dotted around as you progress which tweak the experience but essentially the gameplay is the same as it’s always been. I’ve got a high-spec macbook pro, which should handle the game easily but it’s SLOW. I mean really slow, compared to earlier versions. I’m losing patience with it in a way I haven’t with earlier versions. Perhaps we should wait for the inevitable patches and updates.

I love the CIV games! (1.0.1)
08/12/2016 04:23:00 1/5 By Philster79
I have waited eagerly for every bit of news for this game as I love the series. I have a mac with an i7 core and 8 gb of ram which is well over the requirments so boom I get it and it crashes about every 20 mins which is every few turns :( Thats very very poor programming. THe game between crashes seems quite nice, I think most of the effort has been put into redesigning th egrapghics which are of a new style which might not appeal to most Civ fans as its very cartoony and we like civ because it represents history not because it represents cartoons. I hope they patch this game so it runs on my mac but until then its unplayable :(

Great game, pity it doesn’t work (1.0.1)
05/12/2016 14:26:00 1/5 By Disgruntled3
This has to be one of the best versions of Civ ever. I would love to play more of it, but it just keeps crashing. Generally at a fixed place in the game. Once it crashed on moving a scout, however many times I reloaded and tried different moves. Deleting the unit solved that one. Now I’m in a game where it seems to crash randomly within a few moves, whatever I do. Great game, but you’ll never finish it. After checking all the minimum specs it turns out that my iMac, whilst meeting all the minimums, is explicitly not supported (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 675MX). It would have been nice if it actually said this, rather than just crashing. Better if the App Store had refused to let me buy it. I updated my (ageing) iMac for Civ V, I’m not spending that amount of money for another iMac just to play this game. For a game that should rate 5 stars, it can’t be played.

civ6 (1.0.1)
05/12/2016 13:55:00 5/5 By By bajan einglish
civ 6 is a great game but it dose have some down sides CONS -bugy -leader scenes arevery glitchy and glossy -graphics can be rough PROS -new ggoverment system -two tech trees -districts -congo -chance of more than 1 leader fo each civ

It’s the same (1.0.0)
16/11/2016 13:24:00 3/5 By Frost dragon
I have played all the Civs. And this one is the same as the others really. Personally 2 and 4 were the best. This one looks OK, but you’ll need a powerful machne to get the best graphics. The cities sprawling over several tiles is a silly gimmick that adds nothing. As the game plods on you make vaguely educated guesses as to whether to do this or that… after 20 or so hours it all feels a bit inconsequential as you see either a screen scaying you won or lost. yes, really! Not sure I can be bothered to lose another day. Average.

Anticipated new Civ (1.0.0)
01/11/2016 10:24:00 3/5 By Rainstorms@nine
I was looking forward to this new version. It is still a great game but I I have had a few issues with it. The game has crashed a couple of times since I installed it, losing the game I was playing. The gameplay is slow and lacks excitement, it just plods along. The new graphics are good and the old formats still stands out but it is not as captivating as Civ 5. I am not sorry I bought it, but I don’t thinkn it will be as addictive as previous versions.

Great fun, with a few rough edges (1.0.0)
29/10/2016 10:08:00 4/5 By Curlypaws
I’ve played all the Civ games, and enjoyed most of them. This is a very nice addition to the series. No, it doesn’t change the game fundamentally but then I wouldn’t want it to. It evolves what worked well in Civ 5 and adds in some nice extra wrinkles with things like districts in cities. I’ve already found it to be one of those ‘just one more turn games’. If you have a Retina iMac, be prepared for the fans to ramp up - but it plays the game very well (do check the system requirements though, they are fairly high). On the downside, it has locked up twice - but the autosave prevents you losing centuries of progress. And like the very disappointing Civ: Beyond Earth, defeat appears out of nowhere with no clue as to what is about to happen (meaning you’ve little chance of saving the situation). Hopefully these things will be improved - which would make it a five star game in my opinion.

Great disappointment, waste of money. (1.0.0)
28/10/2016 06:40:00 1/5 By Aussiegeez4
I find the unit graphics small and scratchy, the game graphics childish. It has adopted freebie online game style. A huge retrogressive step in my opinion after have played every version since the beginning. It went wrong after Civ 3 although Civ 5 is at least playable.

seems to have gone backwards (1.0.0)
27/10/2016 18:05:00 2/5 By Itsgaryc
Much prefere the old layout. I also think Civ 5 looked nicer. Would get my money back if I could

New skin, same old civ (1.0.0)
27/10/2016 13:37:00 3/5 By Somebody, Somewhere
Pros: - New animations, textures, models etc. A big focus on aesthetics. - Does look & perform better than Civ 5 (though I’m sure it takes longer to calculate turns). Cons: - Gameplay is practically copy & paste, some mechanics have been simplified, others changed (very much a variant like Civ: Beyond Earth). - Obviously no where near as much content (leaders, maps etc), expecting the pricey addons later as usual. Conclusion: I’m a big Civ fan, but this is far too expensive for a polished remake.

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