Roads of Rome 3
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The Roman Empire is flourishing, everything seems to be quiet and peaceful. Our well-known characters Julia and Victorius are absolutely happy awaiting the birth of their first child, and it looks like there’s nothing threatening the glory of the Great Kingdom. However, one day a messenger arrives in Rome spreading the bad news about Barbarians that are destroying the Roman provinces. No one but Victorius and his army can resist the enemy and protect Rome from the forthcoming disaster. There is nothing else left out for Victorius, but to set off on a journey to fight the enemy! Be brave and the good luck won't leave you, clear up your way and build roads, help the Romans gain their prosperous and peaceful life back! Restore broken roads and settlements, save the Roman Empire from barbarian invasion!
* 43 fascinating levels
* 4 game modes
* beautiful graphics and animations
* thrilling barbarian invasion
* blend of strategy and resource management features
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No, just no
From a strategy perspective it’s a fair enough game but I quote parts of the description above, “ No one but Victorius and his army can resist the enemy and protect Rome from the forthcoming disaster. There is nothing left out for Victorius, but to set off on a journey to fight the enemy!” I was promised combat even if it’s a strategy game were you produce units and they fight for you, not cleaning up someone else’s mess. Also I would honestly like someone to tell me how exactly I am protecting Rome for the barbarians if I DO NOT kill them and even fix roads they can use to invade. I really would like for someone to explain this to me because I was lied to. At most I could scare away the occasional barbarian by clicking on it a few times. If you read the description of this game and expect a strategy game where you can beat back the barbarian invaders, don’t make the same mistake I did and don’t buy this game.
I've played to completion and then played again every game in the series so far and I love them all. Well worth the money. I will definitely buy a sequel if/when it comes out. I wish they were rolling these out for the iPad still like Roads of Rome 1.
People complaining about not enough gold to finish a level, just haven't figured things out yet. Sorry, folks.
One very minor typo in Roads of Rome 3, when the little guy is throwing water on a burning building mousing over him reveals "Dying out." I think they were going for "drying out," even though you don't dry out a fire. <shrug>
Fast paced strategy
I have found the enitre Roads of Rome series to be that perfect blend of fast pace and strategy. You have to think on your feet with every one of the games and it is easy to make a mistake to where you can't continute and have to restart the level. Every level can be beaten but in some if you make the wrong decision you cannot beat the level.