Adrian talks about us growing up with Civilization: "We first bought a copy of Civilization when I was 9. As such, I’m pretty sure that my brother and I were not among the target audience, and we did all sorts of ridiculous things like building bunches of cities right on top of each other. Despite these fatal flaws in our strategy, Civilization was a real favourite of ours – I think it was the freedom of the game that was attractive, even though we’d inevitably get massacred by technologically superior Romans after a couple of thousands years. Most of the time we’d play it at home with horrible EGA graphics, but occasionally we’d get the treat of going into our dad’s computer lab at university and playing it on glorious 256 colour VGA graphics – sometimes on a massive 20? screen!"