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Friday, October 13, 2006

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Custer Remains Civilized
6:21 AM | Brad Custer | Comment on this story

"Civilization," this week's desktop celebrates Sid Meier's latest triumph: Civilization IV, a turn-based strategy game that has been well received by PC and Mac gamers from Aspyr Media.

Here's a clip from Brad on his latest:

After my first visit to the realm of Civilization IV from Aspyr Media a lot of you have been interested in my return to this great title. I enjoy honoring all your requests so this week I'm going to be civilized again. Many of the emails I received love the artwork featured on the box and I would agree that it would be great as a desktop so it was the foundation of my feature. I was able to make this week's wallpaper with the help of Aspyr Media and my trusty cable modem.
As always, those interested in downloading his creations can find them at Custer's Desktops.

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