The solution? Download something called XQuartz.
Step 1: Download Freeciv & Xquartz.
Step 2: Install Xquartz.
When you do YOU SHOULD READ WHAT IT SAYS (Never install something if you don't agree with the terms, how many of you actually read your email EULA?) and press continue. Read what it says again and press "Continue" again. Read what it says again and press "Continue" again.
It will now ask you if you agree to the terms of the software license agreement, IF YOU DON'T, THEN DON'T PRESS "Agree"s If you do, then press "Agree" and then "Install". You will have to enter an administrators name and password, then you can press "Intall Software".
Now it should be installing. Press "OK" when it says it's finished.
When it is finished, it will tell you that you need to log out then back in for it to take effect. I suggest you do so.
Step 3: Install Freeciv
The installation process for Freeciv is pretty much the same as fro XQuartz. You open the Freeciv ".dmg" file that you downloaded. When that mounts you open the ".pkg" file and READ THE TERMS. other than the reading all you have to do is press "Continue" or whatever else is necessary to advance in the installation process.
When you have finished installing Freeciv, you can drag the Freeciv app (the file next to the ".pkg") to your applications folder or desktop, wherever you want to put it really.