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Cities in Caesar III try to accurately reflect the life of Roman citizens- the lowest plebs live in tents and shacks, while the richest patricians live in villas. Staple foods include wheat, fruits, vegetables, and pork, and wine is required for some festivals and houses. Citizens wander the streets in their various garbs and can tell the player their name and how they feel about the city.

As a provincial governor charged with spreading the glory of Rome your mission is clear – build cities, foster trade and industry, make money. How you accomplish this is up to you. Gain wealth and power, make a career out of pleasing the emperor, battle barbarians and repel invaders, or concentrate on building the next Eternal City. Fail and you’ll end up as lunch for the lions. Prove your strength of mind and spirit and you just might be crowned Caesar!

Compared to other strategy games set in Antiquity, Caesar III focuses more on city-building than fighting, though invaders will sometimes attack the player’s city. There are two ways to play the game: Mission Mode, which is tantamount to typical “campaign” modes of other strategy games, and City Construction Mode, in which the player plays one scenario from scratch.

Release Name: Caesar III MACOSX-SharePirate
Genre: Simulation – Strategy – Managerial
Publisher: Sierra Entertainment
Developer: Impressions Games
Size: 438 MB

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