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Empire Builder: Ancient Egypt

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Strategy
Publisher: Merscom
Developer: Iguana Entertainment

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'Empire Builder: Ancient Egypt' Announced - Screens

by Rainier on Sept. 16, 2009 @ 6:34 a.m. PDT

Become Egypt’s greatest architect as you raise an ancient empire from the sands. In Empire Builder: Ancient Egypt, players meet a series of powerful pharaohs that want their help building empire along the lush Nile River. Over thirty fun and challenging levels of play, players won’t just construct cities, but some of the world’s most famous monuments!

Empire Builder: Ancient Egypt allows to player to become one of history’s best architects.

Become Egypt’s greatest architect as you raise an ancient empire from the sands. In Empire Builder: Ancient Egypt, players meet a series of powerful pharaohs that want their help building empire along the lush Nile River. Over thirty fun and challenging levels of play, players won’t just construct cities, but some of the world’s most famous monuments!




Key Features:

  • Complete 30 levels of play
  • Activate amulet power-ups to help complete levels
  • Build Egypt’s most famous monuments.
  • Play Imhotep’s Challenge minigame for special rewards
  • Construct housing, ports, schools, temples and a variety of other buildings to complete Egyptian cities
  • Use your magic staff to banish mummies and eliminate locust plagues

“Empire Builder: Ancient Egypt is a wonderful mix of the fastest growing genre in mass market games and our customers’ repeatedly proven interest in Egypt,” said Lloyd Melnick, Chief Customer Officer at Merscom. “We are confident this game will continue the string of hits we’ve had over the past 18 months.”



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