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The trouble with Caesar 4 is that it is almost impossible to stop playing it, even when Sarcastic Accountant desperately needs you to sort out your tax return stuff for him to stop the tax-man fining you.
*takes away Caesar 4 and locks it in a cupboard until Ally has done her tax return stuff. Steadfastly ignores subsequent tantrum.*;)
I know the feeling. I had to go through a 12-step programme to get me off The Sims 2. I still have to attend meeting regularly but my sponsor tells me I'm doing really well.
Just be thankful you are lacking a Y Chromosome. On that is the genome which makes you inable to resist Football Manager 2007.More addictive than Crack Flavoured Pringles, I tell thee....
Oh-oh-oh!!You have Caesar 4?! I am hopelessly addicted to Caesar 3, but it is a little flakey on WinXP, and I've been coveting the new release.After buying Children of the Nile, though, I'm a bit hesitant. I didn't like how Tilted Mill reinvented Pharoah, so I'm a little worried about what has happened with the new Caesar. How does it compare?I'm so glad someone I "know" is playing this! LOL