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Recommendation for a strategy / management game without much English

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Hello to the community of experts!

I am looking for for my boys, ages 9 and 11 a strategy game that does not require reading a lot of English, maximum single words but no complete texts.
And let there be something quality in the style of the series: civilization, sim city, age of empires and more
It is definitely possible to play a game from more than 10 years ago (which will be easier to find for download)

I tried sim city but have to read whole texts there
I tried civilization 4, and need to read a lot for diplomacy, to understand what inventions to develop, the names of the buildings in the city and more
I tried age of empires, but the tasks at each stage are in English

Maybe someone can help find a good game for two boys who are at home a lot because of the corona?

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cities skylines, but even there you will have to explain to them a bit (although even in sim city there were texts that I do not think I read at the time and still enjoyed the game).

Thank you
I'll try


I’ve always loved turn-based games more than real-time games, but it seems to me that this can fit, too

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I downloaded cities skylines

Thanks! Looks great game! 

But you have to read whole texts there to understand how to play, and especially to understand the state of the city, what bothers people, etc.


Maybe someone has ideas for more games that should not be read in English texts?

Maximum single words

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