Roads of Rome 3
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  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1.2 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
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Roads of Rome 3 

Help General Victorious protect Rome from a barbarian invasion in Roads of Rome 3 Deluxe, a thrilling sim/tycoon sequel. General Victorious and Julia are happily awaiting the birth of their first child when word comes that barbarians are attacking outlying Roman provinces. To save the Empire and his child, Victorious must ride out and stop the invaders to maintain peace and prosperity.

  • restore peace to Rome in this fantastic sim/tycoon sequel
  • repair roads, fix damaged buildings, and repel barbarians in over 40 fascinating levels
  • collect wood, food and other resources necessary for success
  • play four game modes, win achievements, and experience a thrilling storyline
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Reviews of Roads of Rome 3
 | Added on: September 29, 2011
 
I find the Roads of Rome series the best in this particular time management genre. I have loved the first two and this one was even better. The games are great for replays, as well.
 | Added on: September 28, 2011
 
You won't be disappointed. I really like the Cobblers they added so you can get speedy shoes on every level, not just ones that have shoes placed in them, once you've built it. There's a few other new twists but don't want to spoil it for you. If you like TM games and liked the first two Roads of Rome games then you will love this one.
 | Added on: October 31, 2011
 
I'm almost all the way through on normal mode, and I am loving it. I've had to replay several levels several times. This version is busier than the previous ones, and there is very little "down time" while you wait for resources to generate. The same exact strategy doesn't work on each level either which is nice. About the only consistent thing I've done is always start out with 2 workers (one later level was an exception to that), the water pump, and the sawmill. When I build/upgrade what is dependent on each level. Best tip I have is to try something different if you're not making it by nightfall. Cheers.
 | Added on: September 24, 2012
 
I have to say, Roads of Rome 3 is probably one of my all-time favorite games. It's slightly more challenging than similar games (Roads of Rome 2, Rescue Team), but not to the point that it's frustrating. I had no problem passing any of the levels the first time through. However, I had to reply some of the levels several times to pass with "expert" time. This meant figuring out the best strategy -- what to build first, what upgrades to prioritize, etc. It was really a lot of fun! It also was a long enough game that it makes purchasing it completely worth while, and in my opinion, it should have decent replay value. The only downside of the game would be the storyline. I'd almost rather they didn't include any "story" element if they're going to put so little effort into it. Still, the story isn't the reason that I play this type of game. I'd highly recommend giving this game a try!
 | Added on: October 10, 2011
 
really like the Roads of Rome games. this one doesn't disappoint. it is rather darker than the other 2. so many things on fire, the trees burned. sad looking landscape, that u get to improve. while the techniques are the same ya'll still managed to make this a game worth buying. i found it quiet challenging to get expert, and will definately have to replay a lot of the levels to obtain the ellusive expert, but oh the fun i'll have getting there...
 | Added on: May 5, 2013
 
Roads to Rome really do offer a great game. It's interesting, there are enough new aspects added to keep you interested without and it really can be quite challenging to complete everything within the advanced time.
 | Added on: October 11, 2011
 
Just what was needed after studying and working. Love this game. It may be just brainless fun, but very enjoyable.
 | Added on: October 7, 2011
 
I really like this game. I have played the others in the series but this is the best so far. You really have to have your brain in gear to get through the levels. I also like the little changes such as the shoes. I thought things like that should be the last things to build till my daughter told me different! All in all a very enjoyable game.
 | Added on: December 10, 2011
 
So glad when I saw RoR 3, love this game. It is very hard, harder than the first two to make it before nightfall. I have no idea how many times I have had to replay the levels but I´m getting there. Very addictive and I love those little barbarians too, before they leave. Even though some scenes look about the same as in the previous games (I don´t mind it at all) it´s really relaxing to play and I have so much fun doing it.
 | Added on: September 29, 2011
 
Nice graphics, not so much of a story. Game requires fast clicking and some strategies to earn expert. Even in normal mode, many levels are quite tricky as to what should be upgraded/done first. Haven't done hard mode, but it could be a good replay. Moderate play time with 43 levels. A little repetitive, could get some more spiced up. Still, it's a recommended game. Somewhat kid-friendly, but I feel may be too fast for young children.
 | Added on: October 13, 2011
 
This has been a great game for the three adults in the household - for lots of different reasons and styles of play. As of last night we've played it all the way through almost ten times. Playing the timed version we challenge for scores and colored flags; I use the relaxed mode for the end of the day play to work on strategy and timing. It's fun to play alone, or with others cheering/jeering you on :) Each level provides something new to discover. Definitely a keeper and one we will continue to play many times.
 | Added on: October 21, 2011
 
Love Roads of Rome but this version is quite clicky and it runs VERY slow on the computer. It gets frustrating waiting to catch up.
 | Added on: October 3, 2011
 
I thought Roads of Rome (ROR) II was an improvement over original ROR I; not the case this time, however. Same music, same graphics, it's Groundhog Day dejavu all over again. Can still get your attention, especially in hard difficulty level; try relaxed mode if you want to spend time on the game. I did like the addition of the cobbler shop, and the ability to upgrade - lets you keep though fast feet longer. Just had hoped for more - and didn't find it here. Maybe ROR IV?
 | Added on: December 13, 2011
 
This game is very fast paced, yet I have not unlocked all the levels.It has a fun theme, and is tailored more to boys, but girls enjoy the game just as much. Time flies when I'm playing this game, and it involves strategy. Enjoy!
 | Added on: October 11, 2011
 
Some folks who've played ROR1&2 may be disappointed w/Phase1 tutorial..needed for newbies but you will be pleasantly challenged as you progress...we were all newbies to ROR once ;) I LOVE the cobbler's shop! You will need it for expert times in order to get to the 3 Bonus levels. The pump station adds new challenges to put out the fires every where. Greater degree of strategy in ROR3 w/new buildings and we have 3 bonus levels--these are GREAT & challenging but REALLY challenging in HARD mode. Ave Roma 3!
 | Added on: September 30, 2011
 
I was really looking forward to this release after RoR2 but it was a huge disappointment. The graphics are pitiful. I have a nephew in the 5th grade who could do better. I had to force myself through the first phase hoping the second would be better but it isn't. Many of the layouts are the exact same as in the second just with everything on fire. Whiterra needs to fire their entire game development team for this shoddy attempt. If you enjoyed RoR or RoR2, don't waste your money! Try it free and you'll desert it like I have. Sorry guys, BIG FAIL!!!
 | Added on: September 13, 2012
 
Fun, challenging on hard setting, simple, user/kid friendly.
 | Added on: October 24, 2011
 
DISCLAIMER: I only played the free demo. Having bought the first two games in the series, I was eager to play the sequel. This time around, you have to repair roads and buildings that have been destroyed by barbarians. To this end you have to build a pumping station to put out fires. Another new building is the cobbler. It creates shoes that make the workers run faster for a short time. Except for the addition of two new modes, gameplay is largely the same. Though I liked the game a lot, there were a couple of things that kept me from giving this game five stars. My first gripe was that several levels that I played in the demo looked EXACTLY like levels in ROR 2. That strikes me as laziness on the developer's part. The second reason is that the levels were VERY difficult, even in the so-called "normal" mode. I'm not sure that I want to see what's in the hard mode. Despite these two complaints, I think ROR 3 lives up to their predecessors, and is a definite buy.
 | Added on: September 30, 2011
 
Boring, no challenge, a complete waste of time. Game seems to be mindless - game tells you where and when to do anything.
 | Added on: September 29, 2011
 
Loved the previous version, This one is more difficult.
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