It is in part for this reason that gamers eagerly anticipate what Meier will do with Civilization for Facebook.
"I want the player to be living in the future of the game, to be thinking what's going to happen next," Meier says.
The Civilization sequels built upon Meier's original, adding systems like religion and culture.
And yet, Meier's stature is such that videogame fans cannot help but be curious about Civilization World.
With Civilization World, Meier has found a simple way to please both parties.
Mr. Meier took great interest in all that pertained to his profession.
In the second of the notes to Meier, Beethoven is guilty of monstrous injustice.
Grimm also quotes Meier 29 and 58, but these are only variants of the dragon-killing incident.
After his graduation, Mr. Meier was engaged with various firms, principally in bridge and structural work.
By-the-bye, Meier Graefe does not say why he thinks this, nor does he reveal the source of his judgment.