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This is the third version and second major update for the Third World War 1989 scenario for Civilization III Conquests/Complete. Get ready to re-install Civ 3 on your computer for one more round of total war, as this winter the Cold War is about to get hot!

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This is the third version and second major update for the Third World War 1989 scenario for Civilization III Conquests/Complete. The focus of this update is on naval warfare and minor powers, especially the Middle East and other neutral nations. New units, new naval statistics, and updated resources and city improvements will give these countries more options for combat, diplomacy, and expansion. In addition, many unit graphics have been added, as well as additional corrections and tweaks to the civilopedia, unit statistics, and other crucial areas.

Improvements include:

-Reduction in the number of naval ships with the bombard ability and altered naval attack and defense values. This forces more direct action and makes naval combat more risky, as well as reducing the amount of ships and subs that get overrun in cities.
-Updated minor nations, with an emphasis on the Middle East, the Balkans, and Sweden. Some new units are available, and the unit progression and stats are improved. The tech tree is corrected for Middle East nations and all proper wonders and diplomatic options are included.
-Resources and city improvements updated. Soviet cities especially have been beefed up to better represent production in major cities, and many smaller nations have received additional improvements and appropriate resources.
-New unit graphics from the last two years have been integrated, and a couple new units have been added to the biq. A lot of redundant units have been consolidated and updated on the map.
-Lots of small corrections to the civilopedia and other minor areas.

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