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Rome Total War – About, Gameplay, Trailer and System Requirements

Rome: Total War is a history based war game from 270 BCE to 14 CE representing the last century of Republican period and first decades of glorious Ancient Rome. In start, player among the three Roman families (the Julii, the Brutii, Scipii) has control on only one roman family and rest of non-Roman families control is handled later. Two types of tactics are used in the game. First is on-time strategy of war whereas second is turn-based strategic campaign. For these strategies player has to plan to make better economy of the government, governance, relations with other military groups and put forward successive aims on a map which conquers fifty provinces of  Near East, North Africa and Europe to become emperor or at least fifteen provinces in shorter game. Whereas in battlefield, player manages his soldiers and give solid plans to face and defeat enemy military forces.

In game whole area’s control is shown by the capital city which is captured in the territory. New areas and cities are conquered by old soldiers by giving those military training and also using these soldiers to surround enemy cities. These conquering cities of enemies bring some positive and negative effects on the territory. Positive effect means that people willingly accept the new governor and cooperate with new government and negative effects arise if people of those areas do not accept and create rebellion movement.

Here military groups are called factions. The commander of the family is also the leader of the faction. A boy or elder whose age is more than 16 can become present leaders’ heir. Heir has full control on governance and can command factions. Every member of the family has a goal; to increase health facility and order in the region and also allowed to recruit special military brigade. If heir fails to establish a good governance, he can lose the whole province.

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ROME: Total War for iOS requires an iPhone 5s or newer, an iPad Air (1st generation) or newer, and iPad mini (2nd generation) or newer, or any iPad Pro, and just under 4GB of free space to install.

You will need iOS 11 or newer.


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