THE DICTIONARY OF CIVCLICKER II TERMS VOLUME TWO: LIKE HALF A DAY LATER REVISION EDITION
Boat: Currently the only unit that can travel water. Can carry 1 other unit.
City: The only thing settlers can make. The only nameable object ingame.
Civilization: All units and Cities on the map. (This may change soon)
Click: UNKNOWN. Produces any element.
Farm: An area that produces food with a worker working the land there.
Fishery: The sea-based equivalent of a Farm.
Lumber Camp: An area that produces wood with a worker working the land there.
Mine: An area that produces stone with a worker working the land there.
Settler: A unit that can make a city.
Unit: A boat, settler, or worker.
Worker: A unit that can make areas and work them.
Biome: An area of distinct type. Desert, Forest, Grassland, Ice, Mountains, Ocean, Rainforest, Savannah, Snowcapped Mountains, Tundra, Woods.
Desert: An area where nothing can be done except make a city. Hot version.
Forest: An area where a lumber camp can be built. Hot version.
Grassland: An area where a farm can be built. Cool version.
Ice: An area where nothing can be done.
Mountains: An area where a mine can be built. Hot version.
Ocean: An area that a boat can travel on. A fishery can be built here.
Rainforest: An area that is clickable for food and wood.
Savannah: an area where a farm can be built. Hot version.
Snowcapped Mountains: An area where a mine can be built. Cool version.
Tundra: An area where nothing can be done except make a city. Cool version.
Woods: An area where a lumber camp can be built. Cool version.
Element: Anything collectible by Civilization not directly on the Map.
Food: Can be used to make units. Is farmed.
Herbs: Produced by clicking for wood.
Ore: Produced by clicking for stone.
Skins: Produced by clicking for food.
Stone: Does nothing as of yet, is mined.
Wood: Does nothing as of yet, is... lumbered?
Arable Land: Area where a farm can be placed.
Archipelago: An area containing either 3+ islands, 1 large (over 3 block) island and at least one small one, or a continent and islands. Components must be connected by at most 5 blocks of ocean.
Area: 1. The actual size- not the length and width- of a place. 2. Any place.
Block: A square on the map. The map is made of 100 by 60 of these.
Boatable Sea: Any sea that is not connected by other sea by a diagonal area.
Connected: Touching something of the same kind by at least one block of walkable/boatable.
Continent: An area of land longer or wider than 10 blocks.
Ice Cap: Any non-connected-to-a-pole area of Tundra.
Iceberg: Any non-connected-to-anything-else area of ice or Tundra.
Inland Sea: Any area of water surrounded by land.
Island: An area of land shorter, wider, or equal to 10 blocks. Not connected to land.
Lake: Any area of water surrounded by walkable land.
Livable Land: Land where a city or building can be placed.
Ocean: An area of water that surrounds a continent.
Optimal: The area of land with the most usable land in proportion to its size.
Pole: Any contiguous area of Tundra and Ice. Does not include livable land, non-tundra land connected.
Peninsula: Any area of land connected to other land by one block of walkable land.
Size: 1.The area. 2.The length and width of an square containing a continent, island, peninsula, ocean, or biome.
Usable Land: Land that Farms, Lumber Camps, or Mines can be built on.
Walkable Land: Any land that is not connected to other land by a diagonal area.