Sid Meier’s Civilization III: Complete Edition Steam key available for free right now, you can grab the game at no cost on the Humble Store.
Although it’s an old game, its worth $4.99 and interested people can reach Humble Bundle giveaway page and grab the game while its free as it’s a limited time giveaway, while publishing the post only 36 hours left for the giveaway to end.
Similar to previous giveaways, visit Humble Store Giveaway page and login to your account (create a new one if you don’t have an account).
Next, click on “Add to Cart” button, proceed to click “Get it for Free” button to receive an email from Humble Bundle.
On receiving the Humble Bundle email, click the link ‘download page’, next hit the “Redeem on Steam” button to view the steam key of Sid Meier’s Civilization Complete Edition.
This steam key should be redeemed by 10 AM Pacific on Saturday, October 21st, 2017. After 10 AM, the Steam key will magically vanish as if it were just a figment of your imagination, leaving this cryptic message behind in its wake.
So, copy the key or product code you received, launch Steam client from your desktop, then add the game to your library ( ADD A GAME –>Activate a Product on Steam) or check out this video.
About the Game:
Sid Meier’s Civilization III is the third installment of the Sid Meier’s Civilization turn-based strategy video game series. It was preceded by Civilization II and followed by Civilization IV, and it was released in 2001. Unlike the original game, Civilization III was not designed by Sid Meier, but by Jeff Briggs, a game designer, and Soren Johnson, a game programmer.
Civilization III, like the other Civilization games, entails building an empire, from the ground up, beginning in 4,000 BC and continuing slightly beyond the modern-day.
The player must construct and improve cities, train military, and non-military units, improve terrain, research technologies, build Wonders of the World, make war or peace with neighboring civilizations, and so on.
The player must balance a good infrastructure, resources, diplomatic and trading skills, technological advancement, city and empire management, culture, and military power to succeed.