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Imperium Romanum (PC)

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Manufacturer: Pinnacle / Genre: Strategy

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      16.05.2008 23:16
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      Game where you can build you city from the dreams ( if the citizens don't start fires LOL)

      WOW! ! ! ! What a wonderful game! I have always liked games where you can build houses or even make your own village or city. This is the game of my dreams. When I firstly started the game I thought it was some stupid history game but when I started playing I was very surprised and so excited. You can build many houses where the people will live, you should renew an old aqueduct to bring water to the city, build schools for the children, build some farms, marketplaces, herbalist shop (for the sick people), and you should even build temples and monuments and altars for praying ... There are many ways for making the people rich and happy and if they are not they start fires and destroy houses or farms. If you like the story and if you are ready to lead your small city to big and famous city with many citizens and rich houses then this is the right game for you.

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      Imperium Romanum is set in the time-honoured Roman Empire and players will marvel in the incredible attention to detail when working on a strategy to build a well organised, prosperous and commanding settlement. As governor of a Roman province, the fortune very much lies in the players own hands.