The city builder strategy game 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.
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The city builder strategy game 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.

Imperium Romanum is packed with a variety of new features to enhance the gameplay such as a complete overhaul of the graphic engine, a mass of authentic historical buildings such as the world famous Circus Maximus or Gladiator schools.

The Emperor Expansion pack takes the player to voyage through ancient history, from cold Britannia via the wild forests of Germania to the fertile Nile Delta in Cleopatra's Egypt.

19 challenging, new scenarios at historic places such as Aquae Sulis (Bath), Hadrians Wall, Massilia or Treverorum will require all your comprehensive economic and strategic leadership abilities to succeed. Not only your competence, but also your exposure with religion and the Roman deities like Jupiter or Venus will play an important role to accomplish your mission as a Roman governor.

Will you be able to earn the mercy of the gods and rule the empire successfully?

Features

  • Contains Imperium Romanum full version plus the AddOn "Emperor Expansion"
  • Improved battle system with siege machines
  • Vivid game environments with change of day and night as well as weather changes
  • New historically accurate settings, units and event
  • New currency and improved trade mechanics
  • Crime, riots and natural disasters
  • Many new units (i.e. Equites — Roman horsemen)
  • Historically authentic buildings (Circus Maximus, Colosseum, Insulate etc.)
  • Interactive mission-mode: Activate each task when you want
  • Construction of bridges, fortifications, city walls, and aqueducts
  • Stunning, epic soundtrack
  • Photorealistic and lively 3D-environment
  • Features for Emperor Expansion

  • Enhanced graphics and new building designs
  • 4 new, challenging campaigns:
  • Conquest of Britannia
  • Wilds of Germania
  • Colonization of Africa
  • Caesar's Civil War
  • 19 new, comprehensive scenarios
  • Bigger maps for Ceasar's Civil War campaign
  • Many new task tablets and additional speech
  • New game speed level and larger maps
  • Religion and 5 deities influence the gameplay
  • Includes all prior released value packs and patches

Απαιτήσεις συστήματος

    • Supported OS: Windows XP/Vista
    • Processor: 1.6 GHz minimum
    • Memory: 512MB RAM
    • DirectX version: DirectX 9
    • Graphics Card: DirectX 9 Compatible with 128MB VRAM
    • Hard Drive Space: 2GB free HD space
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12.5 ώρες στο μητρώο
Αναρτήθηκε: 15 Σεπτεμβρίου, 2015
Though the graphics aren't top notch, but well done for its age. The gameplay is great. The detail is fantastic. When you give the people jobs you can actually see them doing their jobs (Example.. Butcher cuts meat, wine maker stomps grapes, and this is with every job. You will see them visit the tavern, and the barmaids wipe the tables. You will see them pray).

Trees grow back even those you plant which is free. The roads are free. It can be crazy if you follow the campaign and it takes some stragery ... It is an old game, with that old game gameplay. I wish there was some modern games as good as this game. I can not recommend it enough. Cheap fantastic gameplay... 100/100 ...
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Αναρτήθηκε: 28 Νοεμβρίου, 2015
What a pleasure this game is. Beautiful today, let alone for its age. Buy it on sale, or not. If you can ramp up the settings it looks gorgeous. Charming day and night cycle.

Just Do It. And at the $2 price, it's worth it just to play the tutorial.
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Αναρτήθηκε: 10 Ιανουαρίου
This game is quite fun, and very 'comfy'. Building a city and expanding into nearby areas is relaxing and atmospheric. With that being said, there isn't much depth in the city building and management (when compared to similar games like Banished), and the combat is EXTREMELY simple (when compared to similar games like Total War: Rome).

Bottom line: if you want a full-featured and fun city management game look elsewhere, if you want a full-featured and fun combat strategy game look elsewhere. If you want to do a little of both with some fun interplay and a nice atmosphere this is worth picking up on sale.
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4.5 ώρες στο μητρώο
Αναρτήθηκε: 20 Αυγούστου, 2014
Imperium Romanum is a city-builder set in the ancient Roman Empire. If you're thinking, "Hey that sounds just like the old Caesar series" then you're not far off. Much like the old Sierra series, Imperium Romanum places you in a series of towns and settlements and asks you to build housing, establish farming and resource production, and set up industries. You'll also build defenses and armies to protect yourself from barbarian hordes and conquer nearby villages.

I think Imperium Romanum takes a slightly more casual and less complex approach to the genre. First, at least in the missions I played, each level seemed to be completely contained and it didn't seem as though your city carried over throughout multiple stages of the campaign. Rather, each mission starts in a different settlement and gives you goals to accomplish there and then you move on to the next. There is a sandbox gameplay option so if you want to build a super-city, you can do that, but the campaign missions don't seem to be cumulative.

Combat is rather simplistic and basically your troops are limited to a couple of formations, neither of which can actually be changed on the fly once battle has begun.

One thing I did notice here is that unlike a lot of the "historical" city management titles, the game doesn't skirt around the issue that slavery was a common practice. Slaves will do all the building and hauling here, and they get separate "housing" and will not be able to fill the "free" jobs that your settlers will take. If you overwork your slaves (i.e. don't build enough slave shelters) then they are likely to revolt until you get their workload under control.

The graphics are pretty detailed and there is a nice variety of industries and buildings you can introduce in your town.

Overall, it's a nice little city builder for the history buffs, and it offers a more forgiving approach to planning than some of the other similar games I've played. (read this as: I never had to break out a spreadsheet to lay out perfect housing and industrial blocks in Imperium Romanum in order to beat a level. Then again, I might have been an overly compulsive Caesar player. ymmv)

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9.3 ώρες στο μητρώο
Αναρτήθηκε: 13 Ιουνίου, 2014
Tedious game. Mediocre at best. Old games like Zeus and Pharoah still surpass this game by miles. I'd say skip this one and get Caesar instead.


You can't build too far from your Forum and will require Marketplaces to expand to other portions of the map. The problem is that each building will require a house nearby to employ it.

You won't be able to design a city that has different zones (residential, industrial, agriculture and so on) everything becomes mashed up.

This in turn creates a snowball effect. For example: You want to build a mining camp for a marble deposit that is on the outskirts of your city. So you create a marketplace, the mine, then houses.

Here's the fun part: The houses will require supporting structures e.g. bakery, altar, butcher. Now each building will require a certain material upkeep which leeches into your economy as well.

So your little expansion becomes a city of it's own. I tried ignoring their need for clothes and sausages but then that little town became rebellious. So for one little mine on the outskirts, I had to create a new town and the supporting structures to it.

The people in the houses seem to randomly choose their jobs. So you might have some unemployment in one sector and a lack of employees in the other. This game just becomes very grating after a while.

Why do they want so many sausages anyways? Every game it's always about sausages.

Look, I enjoyed the game but I dreaded having to start a new sandbox or campaigns. This is coming from someone who enjoys punishing City games like Banished.
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