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  Kalypso Media


   Haemimont Games

Release Date:




  City Builder

Reality Factor:


Real Time:

   Real Time


   Vast Economy




   Ancient Times




You are a Governor of a Roman Province in the time-honoured Roman Empire

its fortune very much lies in your hands. Choose one of five Roman noble

families such as Caesar´s Julii with different abilities to accomplish the

comprehensive missions. Defend yourself against barbarian tribes, trade with

other cultures, build a wealthy economic environment and fullfil the needs

of your people in a huge single player campaign or with up to 3 human

players in the multiplayer mode


And remember - even Rome was not build in a day


System requirements


Windows XP or Vista

2.0 GHz Pentium 4 / Athlon processor or better

DirectX 9 compatible 3D graphics card with 128MB Ram

GeForce 6600 (ATI 9600) or better

1 Gb RAM

8 x DVD-ROM Drive

1.5 Gb free hard disk space

DirectX 9.0c




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