As you can see from the title, this will be about cybernations (obviously)
Particularly what I love about cybernations.
This will be in primarily list format, with a few paragraphs in between.
1. The game doesn't change.
OK, I should probably explain this one.
Now obviously cybernations changes, such as the smiley face pop. happiness changing to a good ol' number pop. happiness, but it stays the same at its core.
Let me give an example of a game that DOESN'T stay true to its core.
Afterwind, or as it is called now, at-war. This game was amazing when I first started playing it. The gameplay, the community, and its where I first got interested in forums.
But then, near the end of 2012, the creators decided to screw the game over after adding a ton of awesome stuff.
You see, the game added several "veteran" stuff that you could purchase to make the game more fun, but still not give you an unfair advantage over everyone else. They said they weren't going to end up as a game like farmville. They immediately proceeded to do just that, and added several ways for buying players to have advantages over other players.
Some would beg to differ. but this community is great, just look at the comments on my first blog.
The players really bond in the alliances, and the older players are willing the help the new guys.
It also has Hitchhikers guide to the Galaxy fans which is always good.
3. The gameplay.
Now the main reason I love the cybernations gameplay, is the fact that you have to take care of your nation.
You don't want to go to war, because unlike some other games, you nations will be torn limb from limb and really has no good effects on your nation except land/technology etc.
The game makes you actually think about what your doing, and where to spend your limited resources.
Should, I buy this infrastructure, or should I buy more technology?
Should I take this tech deal or try to find a better deal?
Should I change my resources so I can trade with this person, or should I find someone else?
Anyway, feel free to post reasons why you all like cybernations down in the comments, and thank you for reading.