November 26, 2012 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Klaipeda, Lithuania - Previously created for PC, a long-awaited sequel in the casual strategy hit series topped the charts of major game portals such as GameHouse and Big Fish Games for weeks. Today Realore announces that Roads of Rome 3 Free is finally available for download from the App Store. Players now have a chance to try the game without paying a dime. The third installment introduces a new mission for noble Roman general Victorius and features improved gameplay mechanics and better graphics.
The story of Roads of Rome 3 starts when the prosperous Roman Empire is endangered. Ceasar gets news that wild barbarians are attacking the Roman provinces. They havoc the lands, burn villages and bring despair to the citizens. Someone has to put an end to these attacks. So Ceasar summons loyal Victorius and assigns him a task of restoring peace and Rome's authority. The protagonist has to leave his pregnant wife, Julia, and rebuild the roads destroyed by the barbarians. Players' mission as Victorius is to fight the flames and rebuild the infrastructure and towns demolished by the invaders.
Free version allows players to immerse into the atmosphere of Ancient Rome and experience the story of noble deeds. They can enjoy challenging levels, improved gameplay mechanics and detailed graphics without paying first. Full version has total 43 levels including 3 extra hard unlockable levels for those who like the challenge. The campaign is set across 4 different types of landscapes.
Gameplay in Roads of Rome 3 is more challenging than it was in previous installments due to new tasks players have to deal with. But now the game features 4 difficulty modes including a relaxed one for those who just want to experience the story without worrying about time-limits.
"We are happy to present the third installment in our Roads of Rome franchise. Finally the game plays, looks, and feels the way we intended it to be when we first started working on the series. The scale of the action is bigger and the story is deeper than it was. Roads of Rome 3 remains a fun strategy/time management game at its core, but has a lot to offer to the skilled veterans. We believe that if you liked Roads of Rome 1 and 2, you will absolutely love Roads of Rome 3."- said Natalia Matveeva, head of business development at Realore.
Pricing and Availability:
As a release celebration gift, the first installment in the Roads of Rome series (iPhone iPad) is now available for free download.
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