Great Multiverse: Civilizations at War, (sometimes abbreviated to simply CaW), is a real-time strategy (RTS) game that takes place in the Great Multiverse.

The game was developed by Petroglyph, comprising many former members of Westwood Studios (known for the Command & Conquer series) and the makers of Star Wars Empire at War RTS game. This company has developed a completely new engine specifically for CaW known as Alamo. It uses several higher-end shader effects such as soft shadows, specular lighting, and particle effects for dust clouds and explosions. their was an even more successful expansion pack that came out for CaW which became it's own game, Great Multiverse: Civilizations at War, Himmler's Revenge.

Gameplay Edit

The game features a brand new style of play to make things a bit more realistic. Instead of building workers, gathering resources, and recruiting individual units, players are granted resources based on how many planets the player controls. Controlling worlds increases a player's cash flow and provide unique bonuses depending on the planet and universe (ex. Armor increases, discounted prices, special unit production.)

Battles are carried out both on a planet's surface and in orbit. Whoever controls the planet's surface, controls the planet itself. There are different factors to keep in mind depending on your status as an attacker or defender. Attackers must secure Landing Points to increase the number of units they deploy, while Defenders may deploy up to 540 "units" on a planet immediately. Attackers have their advantages, though. They may call in bombing runs if they have Bombers in orbit and the sky. Likewise, ground-based installations (like the Ion cannon and Hypervelocity gun) can fire upon units in orbit during space tactical battles. Unlike in other GMV RTS games, shields will form an actual physical barrier that must be penetrated and protect bases from artillery and bombing runs. Assorted building pads litter the playing field in both space and land battles. These pads allow the player to build useful structures (e.g., turrets which can easily destroy enemy units.)

CaW takes place during the First War. Civilizations at War features three factions. These factions are the Alliance of Nations, Axis of Empires and the Coalition of Independent States. Units in this game are a mix of other units that been seen in other universes. Like many RTS games, Civilizations at War features a "Rock-Paper-Scissors" unit usage style—for every unit there is a counter-unit. Brett Tosti has stated that this encourages players to create diverse armies and fleets with units that counter other units, as opposed to building a bunch of "super units". Players are also able to call on reinforcements during battle, including heroes like BJ Blazkowicz and Helga Frauscharf. Players can also construct planet-borne superweapons, factories, and space stations. Over thirty five universes are featured including Golmar, Filo, Viau, Gil, Vop'lla, Pol, Bab'lonin and others and within each universes their are up to fifteen to eighty five planets that's found.

Universes involved Edit

  1. Pol Universe
  2. Golmar Universe
  3. Filo Universe
  4. Viau Universe
  5. Gi'ru Universe
  6. Gil Universe
  7. Bab'lonin Universe
  8. Tiu'lo Universe
  9. Fop'lla Universe
  10. Duyi'zu Universe
  11. Fuyti Universe
  12. Dol Universe
  13. Vuyi'uio Universe
  14. Riuuliua Universe
  15. Ikiiu'uhi Universe
  16. Eruit'tu Universe
  17. Vuyt'tuik Universe
  18. Jui'uhi Universe
  19. Zuti'lo Universe
  20. Malica Universe
  21. Cut'jini Universe
  22. Piala Universe
  23. Riz'ro Universe
  24. Xeniu Universe
  25. Inio'zioni Universe
  26. Kui'uyi Universe
  27. Vi'iikiye Universe
  28. Fuii'zuni Universe
  29. Ou'hjik Universe
  30. Mink'ius Universe
  31. Uini'ini Universe
  32. Aoi'uuri Universe
  33. Wuti'gu Universe
  34. Lo'opik Universe
  35. Eur'uui Universe

Planets in each Universe Edit

Pol Universe Edit

Golmar Universe Edit

Filo Universe Edit

Viau Universe Edit

Gi'ru Universe Edit

Missions Edit

Allies Edit

  • Assault on Jarsia
  • Shipyard Diversion
  • Interpreting the Horde Network
  • Theft of the Flanker
  • The Arborean Rebellion
  • Siz'ki Rescue
  • Loyalist Liberation
  • Highest Bidder
  • Rescue Serenity
  • Needle in a Haystack
  • Borrowed Time
  • Handle with Care!
  • The Defense of Pol Earth
  • The Great Battle of Endor

Axis Edit

  • Battle of Margata (Tutorial mission)
  • Taking Kimma
  • Crush. Kill. Destroy.
  • The Arborea Menace
  • Subjugating Duiz'zui Earth
  • Attack on the Planetside
  • Trouble on Imite
  • A New Weapon of War
  • The Alliance Fortress
  • The Traitorous Moff (Part 1)
  • The Traitorous Moff (Part 2)
  • An Engagement with the Emperor
  • Capturing the Abandoned Prothean Facility
  • The Destruction of Kiyrat
  • The Great Battle of Endor


  • The Narn Treason
  • Diversion in Leasath
  • Interpreting the ISN
  • When Berkuts Dare
  • Lady Vashj
  • Batarian Liberation
  • Highest Price of the Line
  • The Golden Path
  • Zann in a Haystack
  • High Treason
  • Handle with Care!
  • The Defense of Gorkamorka
  • The Great Battle of Endor

Units Edit

Heroes (Land) Edit

Axis Edit
Allies Edit
Horde Edit

Heroes (Space) Edit

Axis Edit
Allies Edit
Horde Edit
Other Characters Edit

Voiceover Cast Edit

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