Roads of Rome 3, a third installment in a hit series comes out on PC

A long awaited sequel in Realore's strategy game series is available for download at major casual game portals. This time the game is bigger in scale, boasts better graphics, improved gameplay mechanics and a new story about Roman general Victorius.
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Oct. 6, 2011 - PRLog -- A long awaited sequel in Realore's casual strategy hit series is finally available for download at major casual game portals as well as on the developer's website This time the game is bigger in scale, boasts better graphics, improved gameplay mechanics and of course a new story about a noble Roman general Victorius.

Barbarians are at the gates of the mighty Roman Empire! They burn villages, rob peasants and common townsfolk. Someone has to put an end to these attacks and restore peace in once thriving lands of Rome. So again Victorius has to leave his beloved wife, even though she is pregnant with his first child, and rebuild the roads  destroyed by the barbarians, so the Roman armies could hurl out the invaders from the North.  

Viking warlords have no mercy and they set on fire everything that is built by the Romans. The mission of the player  as Victorius is to fight the flames, rebuild the infrastructure and towns demolished by the invaders, go to the far corners of the Empire through snowstorms and sands of the deserts and protect the citizens of Rome.
Gameplay in Roads of Rome 3 is even harder than it was due to new tasks the players have to deal with. But now the game features 4 difficulty levels including a relaxed mode for those who just want to experience the story and enjoy the beautiful graphics without any pressure from the timer. For those who enjoy the challenge the game has 3 extra hard levels to unlock on top of 40 levels of the main campaign set across 4 different types of landscapes.

“We are happy to present you a 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.
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