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Release Date: June 2006
Publisher: CDV Software Entertainment AG, Enlight Interactive
Developer: Haemimont Games, AD
Genre: Strategy/empire building simulation

Glory of the Roman Empire is an empire-building simulation set during the height of the glorious Roman Empire. In the game, the player assumes the roles of city planner, governor and military leader. Successful players will need planning skills, economic savvy and -- should those fail -- military might. Glory of the Roman Empire will challenge gamers to grow a small village into a thriving community through trade with neighbors, while also expanding and defending its borders through more militaristic means. Players will need to focus on the physical and emotional health of the citizenry, as villagers age and mature under strong leadership, contributing to the development of more advanced societies and larger cities.

Features of Glory of the Roman Empire include:

  • More than 50 unique citizen professions
  • Dozens of historically inspired structures and environments rendered in full detail in a 3D world
  • An economy based on the needs and desires of every citizen, players must keep these in mind and provide for them in order to maintain harmony amongst the citizenry
  • A non-linear campaign with over 30 missions in 11 historical towns throughout ancient Europe
  • Citizens who become wiser as they age, requiring the player to maintain an appropriate balance of young and old citizens to ensure knowledge is passed on through the generations
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