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Here are two scenarios based on two different maps predicting what two different continents would look like in two different centuries.

The first is a prediction of what Africa would look like in the 21st century. It is based on this map from 1963.

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The second is a prediction of what Europe would look like in the 20th century. This map was created by French writer Henri Dron in 1863.

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These scenarios come with 3 custom civs: two for Africa, one for Europe.

Download here: Africa and Europe Predictions.zip

 

Edited by Chairman Baad

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