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Freeciv is a free and open source, multi-platform empire building strategy game inspired by the history of human civilization


  • It is possible to choose the difficulty level when playing with computer opponents;
  • It is possible to choose a set of rules that allows you to play in the mode of Civilization, Civilization II, Civilization III (but with the combat mechanics of CivII), “classic” Freeciv or by other rules;
  • Support for multi-player game on a local network (TCP/IP) and the Internet;
  • Support for a variety of ready-made maps and scenarios (map editor for creating your own landscapes);
  • Support for more than 50 game units and more than 550 nations;
  • Support for mod packs;
  • In-game help system;
  • Game support for up to 126 players, Freeciv-web supports up to 500 players.

Screenshots Game


The game Freeciv is available for installation on Linux and Windows, as well as Web version.

Installation methodOS
DebUbuntu* 16.04/18.04/19.04/20.04, Linux Mint 18/19, Debian
RPMopenSUSE, Rosa Linux, Mageia, ALT Linux, Fedora, CentOS, Red Hat Enterprise Linux and others
FlatpakUbuntu, Linux Mint, Debian, Arch Linux, Fedora, CentOS, KDE Neon, openSUSE, elementary OS, Manjaro, Red Hat Enterprise Linux

*Ubuntu (GNOME), Kubuntu (KDE), Xubuntu (XFCE), Lubuntu (LXDE)

Install Game via Deb package

Install Game via RPM package

Install Game via Flatpak package

flatpak install flathub org.freeciv.Freeciv

Install Software via Flatpak package

Qt based client for the Freeciv game

flatpak install flathub org.freeciv.qt

Install Software via command in terminal (konsole)

sudo apt-get install freeciv

Install Game via EXE package on Windows

Web version of the Freeciv game:

Game Information

Language Interface:English, Russian, Deutsch, Spanish, French and others
Description version:2.6.3
Developer:The Freeciv Project
Programming language:C, C++
License:GPL v2

06.06.23: add new installation method: Flatpak (Qt client).

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