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Many times, especially in strategy video games, where a bad decision can lead to losing the game, many of us have wanted to have a control + Z button or command from text editors, where we can erase what we have just done and improve it.
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This is something that Old World brilliantly delivers, a historical turn-based strategy video game developed by Mohawk Games, in which a button stands out that allows us to go back in time, as indicated by Luke Winkie in PC Gamer, giving the opportunity to make amends for a mistake you made, whether you sent a battalion of spearmen to the wrong sector or accidentally slaughtered a colonist in a stupid way.
In his note, Winkie says that he is a long-time player of Civilization and, as has happened to many, for example, he absentmindedly sent a worker to an empty farm, only to realize that it was a waste of resources and time that he did not It was useless, something that with this type of implementation can be remedied, undoing the error with the “Undo” button, something that also indicates that it is expected to be implemented in future games of the genre such as Civilization 7.
A resource that anyway exists in games like racing titles, where it is common to be able to “rewind” and return time in franchises like Forza or DIRT, so these undo buttons may become commonplace, even when there are detractors who think that making mistakes and learning from mistakes should be part of the experience.
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