Ancient Rome 2

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$ 9.99 USD

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Construct entire residential districts for people and improve their well-being by building markets, schools, theaters and other places, and connect them with roads for ease of access. Create warehouses and farms, plant wheat and bake bread, mine clay and manufacture all kinds of crockery. Once you have your manufacturing in place and running, provide your population with food, improving the status of households. Sell the excess of products and make more money. The richer households become with time, the more taxes they pay, thus helping you improve the city. Once you have successfully completed all the missions, you will be able to build your own villa!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 154 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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excellent fun for anyone who dreams of being a city planner this builder game is excellent for anyone who dreams of being a city planner for ancient Rome. basically, your task is to construct Roman towns filled with all the structures necessary for the residents to thrive -- homes, farms, businesses, markets, warehouses, firehouses, schools, theatres and roads ... LOTS of roads. pros: - lovely graphics - lay out and construct your town as you see fit - clicking on a structure reveals which additional resources they need to upgrade cons: - tutorial isn't very thorough and leaves a lot to the imagination graphics: so crisp, clear and surreal that sometimes you just want to look around. sound: chorale music. storyline: practical and down-to-earth, the story is quite believable. gameplay: no timer, achievements, different levels of difficulty nor modes of gameplay. the game becomes progressively more challenging from one level to the next. 30 levels in total and up to seven different players/accounts can play this game. after you complete each level, you play a mini-game where you add structures to your own pre-planned villa, which you are building from the ground up. loads quickly, no freezes. my interaction: one hour demo. i've no plans to purchase this game. although this game did not resonate with me, it looks like it could be fun for the entire family. it will may also appeal to fans of builder games. January 7, 2013
Fire! Fire! I really enjoyed this game...until the fires started. They are INCREDIBLY annoying. They pop up constantly and you fight them by repeatedly clicking the building for ages. I lasted two more levels once this started, then had to stop as I just got too fed up. It's a real shame - the graphics are nice, the music is very lovely, and the gameplay was right up my street. If a patch was released that sorted out the fires, I would definitely buy this. January 8, 2013
Boring I love city building games. Just not this one. I don't like the graphics and it seems that every level is like the one before with just another building or two added in. And I really, really, hate the fires! And what about letting us cut down trees? Even when you build the tree cutter building you never see any trees being cut. You see people walking around but not doing anything. Won't be buying this game. I wish I could play games like the old Ceasar 2 on this computer. I have not seen any city building game that even comes close to the visual and fun factor of that game and the others by the same developer. January 8, 2013
Caesar 3 but worse As other reviewers have said, the game was a bit dull and samey. The fires were incredibly annoying and even almost constant clicking on the flame bar did next to nothing. Not sure if it was my PC but by the time I got to level 18 onwards, the game would freeze totally, and I'd have to use Task Manager to close it down, and in doing so, lost everything from that level. Even if I try to save it within a level, so if it hangs I don't lose anything, it won't save anything; it just throws me out of the level completely, loses all progress, and i have to restart the level. Again. In the case of level 18, 6 times, level 19 at 5 times, and level 20 - well, I wouldn't know because after it hung 8 times, I gave in with the game altogether. There isn't an autosave feature, nor is there a save feature to use part way through the level. Imagine playing a level of 2 hours, it hangs, and you have to start that level all over again? Almost as annoying as the constant fires! It is similar to a lot of other games out there, but just doesn't reach the average standard of them. Even at Big Fish's $2.99 offer price, it's a waste of money. Sorry. January 21, 2013
Boring grid design, loss my attention quick I hate it when you start building a city, and when you pass the level, they start you off with a new city to build on the next level.I want to continue with my progress!! Also, slow gameplay, boring grapics, and it looks too much like a grid when u build. Every building is a plain square. They should look at games Like all My Gods, and take all of our feedback, and make a super fun 3rd one... January 9, 2013
Ancient Rome 2 is just that, Ancient! I guess there is a reason some empires are dead! Awful just awful! Really Really disappointed in this one! It was on the back up CD as well! Not really challenging at all! No real story line! Click here make a road then click somewhere else make a well!? Really? January 13, 2013
This game is not as good as the first Ancient Rome This game is categorized as a 'Time Management' game, yet there's NO timer! How can you manage your time WITHOUT a timer? Gameplay is very monotonous and lacks any level of challenge when there's no clock to race against. Unfortunately, it's a thumbs down for me. January 8, 2013
Was happy for the hour but.......... I thought I was going to enjoy this slow relaxing game, it's not a hard game at all. When you get to the higher levels it just gets played, soooo boring. I didn't even finish it yet, and usually I play a good game like a good book, can't put it down until your finished. January 23, 2013
NO! so ninety's! sorry, but I liked it once, in the 90's! why such poor graphics? wast of time January 9, 2013
Ancient Rome 2 I found this about the same as Ancient Rome not very good January 15, 2014
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