Try your hand at governing ancient Sumeria successfully.
Hammurabi (or, the game Hamurabi), one of the earliest computer games, is the great granddaddy of strategy and resource allocation games such as Civilization.
Each year you determine how to allocate your scarce bushels of grain: buying and selling acres of land, feeding your population, and planting seeds for next year's crops
The game lasts 10 years, with a year being one turn. Each year, enter how many bushels of grain to allocate to buying (or selling) acres of land, feeding your population, and planting crops for the next year.
Along the way, you'll deal with famine, plagues, fluctuating crop yields and varying prices for land. The object of the game is to leave the city better off than how you found it.… Expand