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Aggressors: Ancient Rome

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Aggressors: Ancient Rome is a turn-based 4X strategy game that brings you back to the ancient world.

A mix of deep gameplay and rich historical flavor, Aggressors lets you relive history as the ruler of one of the mighty civilizations of the Mediterranean world. Will you bring glory to Rome and conquer the Mare Nostrum? Will you build an immortal trading empire with Carthage? Will you bring the light of Athens to the world? Or maybe you will restore the rule of the Pharaoh? Choose one of twenty available factions and conquer the world.

You can manage all aspects of your empire: war, trade, internal politics, diplomacy, cultural development. Play on your strengths, beware of your weaknesses. The ancient world is brutal, for no mercy shall be given to the defeated. Vae victis!Rich historical flavor

A lot of time and many sleepless nights were put into historical research in an attempt to give a real historical feeling to the game. The game’s systems are tailored towards a faithful representation of history.A world which feels alive

Twenty factions, from migrating barbarian tribes to advanced empires which interact with each other through an extremely detailed diplomatic system. Make use of more than ten available diplomatic agreements, including the possibility of forming Federations and Confederations as well as affecting nations and provinces in your Sphere of Influence.Real strategic decisions

Experience the incredibly deep combat system, with each unit having its abilities and traits, and terrain truly affecting the war outcome in a meaningful way. Army morale and the supply system are crucial and need to be taken into account. You will need all your guile and strategic mastery to triumph on the battlefield.Detailed political & economical representation

Rule your empire by managing its internal politics and developing its economy. Establish trade routes to reap wealth, ensure the loyalty of your citizens, manage demography, technological research, internal reforms, laws… the tools at your disposal are endless and seamlessly integrated with each other. Citizens react to the current situation and they can move to other places when they are not happy.Customize your own world

You have complete freedom: you can decide to start with an advanced nation surrounded by newer civilizations, or you can decide to start as a young tribe, ready to take on an older and decadent empire… or you can decide to completely randomize the map and play in a randomly generated world. The choice is yours!Easy to learn

Aggressors is very easy to learn thanks to the extremely clear tutorial and tool tips. Dive in the game gradually and explore all the options available to you.

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Kubat Software
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Dual Core 2.0 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9 class GPU with 1GB VRAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 1500 MB available space
  • OS: Windows 7 or later
  • Processor: Quad Core 2.5GHz
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9 class GPU with 2GB VRAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 1500 MB available space
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City conquest
Take one city and others will soon follow! Take 1 foreign city in a battle.
Seasoned warriors
War is their daily bread. Build 1 advanced ground military unit.
Your men have to trust you! Try to boost the army morale with any opponent by using one of the army morale tools (prophecy, strategic review, speach, propaganda).
Dangerous sails
Ram and sink enemy ships! Attack and destroy 1 enemy vessel in a naval battle.
Helping hand
Take the leap of faith. Use any of the State decisions at least once.
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Aggressors: Ancient Rome reviews and comments

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100 Hours update (Steam and Non-Steam version): Even after more than 100 Hours, the Game continues to be Fun! I can keep The Points in my Review in good Conscience. However, I would like to emphasise one of a great Feature: The Support is phenomenal! No matter what Question you have, no matter what problem you have with the Game or what Feature you want to see-the Developer always has an open Ear. It Also responds to positive and negative Criticisms of any Kind (see other Reviews). I haven't experienced That even at a game. I rate the Lifetime of the Game and therefore the long-term Support very highly. A very nice Game! It has some interesting Mechanics! What is the Game about? The Game is a turn-based Strategy game Set at the Time of Antiquity. There is a historical Mode where the Map can be played around the Mediterranean and there is a custom mode where a random Map is generated with some Settings. Which Factions are included in the Game? The main Factions of the time are included, including, Of course, Rome, Athens, Sparta, Carthage, etc. Peoples, such as the Germans or Iberians, who can historically be divided into individual Tribes, are represented as one. In Addition, there are independent Cities that can be persuaded to join. What Mechanics make the Game special from my Point of view? The dynamic Population Growth, i.e. Cities, for example, experience Emigration, which can reduce the Sphere of influence of the respective City. I think the System is very good, because the Regions are not a static Construct, but can develop dynamically. When Recruiting Units, Start-ups of Cities, or Filling up decimated Troops, the entry From the Population must always be Taken into account. When a critical Level is reached, Discontent increases. Another Point is the Risks behind every Decision. So you never quite know what Result to expect, which I personally like to see. (The rough Direction or Probabilities are partly indicated, E.g. before the Battle, but the Outcome is always open.) How does the Combat System or AI play out? (Grade: Medium) The AI is very good. In most Conflicts I had to plug in quite nicely. Diplomacy has succeeded, but Betrayal and renewed Pacification are commonplace. The Number of Agreements that can be agreed has also succeeded and Trade has been implemented in a meaningful way. Which Points are more problematic? The Game is complex, which is good at first. But That also means it takes before you understand all The Mechanics. As far as I'm concerned, the more complex, the better! The Controls are unusual at first but easy to handle later on. There is no translation into German yet, but is yet to come. In General, I have the Impression that the Developer is very interested in further Improving the Game and very actively answers posts, as well as providing additional Content (see Workshop). Verdict: A wonderful Game that has clearly earned greater Attention and is actively evolving. The Game provides some other interesting Content that hasn't been enumerated here yet. Overall a very nice Game and Time-eater!
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