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Pre Civilization Games Hacked

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Fabiola Boysel

Dec 7, 2023, 10:17:03 PM12/7/23
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Create and lead your own tribe from first human-primates lived 4 million years ago to the first civilizations of Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia. Develop your primitive encampment to a full city. Grow you population, manage your workers, research technologies. Build, evolve, fight and survive!

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Pre Civilization Games Hacked

We're now close to two weeks into the game industry's critical holiday quarter, and if your wallet isn't crying yet, it likely will be when the flood of games continues through November and into December. A new offer from Microsoft has the potential to cushion that blow a little bit, offering $15 in Xbox Live Rewards for Xbox 360 and Xbox One games pre-ordered through the Microsoft Store website.

To get the deal, you have to link your Xbox Live account to the Xbox Live Rewards program, which gives additional online store credit for other online activities. Use that Rewards account e-mail when pre-ordering Xbox games on starting today and you'll get 15,000 Reward points, worth $15 in Xbox Live store credit, for each of up to three pre-orders. After that, you can still take advantage of the same $10 gift card or Xbox Live credit being offered to anyone who pre-orders from the site.

However, the demo hasn't been made available to all users, yet it doesn't require pre-ordering the game, either. Instead, the demo must be claimed by a download code, and those are only being sent to Club Nintendo users who achieved platinum status before June 30 of this year. While Club Nintendo allows fans to register purchased games and rack up points, which can be spent on merchandise and downloadable games, this is the first time it has offered Club Nintendo-exclusive software to its users. (As of right now, however, this distribution of codes comes with a catch: They're only being sent to users who gave Nintendo permission to send promotional e-mails, meaning if you made the no-spam call back when you signed up, you're out of luck.)
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