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The number of players

Type: int Belongs to structure:
Valid values: 1 - 28 Belongs to substructure:
Refers to textfile: Belongs to element:

This number includes the barbarians (player 0) and the human player(s) (player 1 in a single player game). To play against 10 "regular" civs in a single player game you need to enter NumPlayers=12. Explanation given for NumPlayers in CTP1 by David Williams: It is the default number of players in the game. In the game you can select from 3 to 8 (actually 4 to 9 including the barbarians). here you can put in a higher number, up to 32. The number here will always be two higher than the number of civs you wish to play against in order to include the barbarians and yourself. For example, if you want a game against 10 civs, enter 12. Also, if you set the number higher than 9, do not try to change it from the game set-up screen, it will crash. You have to manually change it from userprofile.txt. And remember, more civs means more work for the AI and more wait between turns make the game go noticably slower. High civ games are not recommended on low end machines.

Example:

NumPlayers=12

Information last updated by BureauBert on 17.05.2006

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