Australia led by Henry Parkes is a custom civilization by Colonialist Legacies, produced by TPangolin and Neirai, with contributions from Charlatan Alley, Viregel, LastSword, JFD, Civitar, FramedArchtitect, Ekmek, Wodhann, Regalmanemperor, and Codefreak5. This mod requires Brave New World. It replaces the City-State. Australia led by John Curtin is a custom civilization by Colonialist Legacies. This mod requires Brave New World. 26 Jan Steam Workshop: Sid Meier's Civilization V. In this mod you'll play as Henry Parkes - the father of Australian Federation and owner of quite frankly, a ravishing beard. His facial hair alone should be enough to warrant his inclusion in the base.
28 Jan We've just all enjoyed a nice Australia Day long weekend and if you've worked yourself into a terrifyingly jingoistic national fervour then boy-oh-boy do I have the mod for you! This is Australian Civilization: Colonialist Legacies and it lets you play as Australia in Civilization V. You play as Sir Henry Parkes. 26 Jan A year after we first got to play the mod that brought a playable Australia to Civ V, the team behind it has beefed it up to look just like one of the game's "proper" civs . 23 Feb The Australia Civilization & Scenario Pack includes the Australian civilization with John Curtin, the Digger unique unit, Outback Station unique improvement, a new Natural Wonder and the new Outback Tycoon scenario.
10 Feb No, not recited out of some stuffy history textbook full of facts, but with a mod that brings Australia into Sid Meier's Civilization V: Brave New World! Welcome to Sydney, Australia, founded in B.C. by eight people and a mule on the advice of their dulcet-toned economic advisor. Australia's wise leader. Now, Firaxis Games will take this incredibly fun and addictive strategy game to unprecedented heights by adding new ways to play and win; new tools to manage and expand your civilization; extensive modding capabilities; and intensely competitive multiplayer options. Civilization V will come to life in a beautifully detailed.