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Super Roman Conquest

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Strategy
Developer: SeaCliff Interactive
Release Date: Summer 2014

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'Super Roman Conquest' Announced, Seeks Crowd Funding - Trailer

by Rainier on Oct. 24, 2013 @ 6:29 p.m. PDT

Super Roman Conquest is a side scrolling strategy game that allows you command units through a multi-layered 3D landscape in the setting of ancient Rome.

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It has historical soldiers and unique battlefields all rendered in a classic pixel art style. It includes game altering choices that ensure no two games play the same and fresh new features that allow more strategy than the typical side-scroller. The title is headed to KickStarter and looks for passionate fans hungry for more strategy in their side-scrollers to help the developers fulfill their vision for the game.

SeaCliff Interactive have started a Kickstarter campaign to fund development of Super Roman Conquest, looking for $30,000.

Key Features

  • Take full control over the legions of Rome in a revolutionary 3D multi-layered side-scrolling landscape.
  • Move units within the depth of a 3D environment on parallel play paths called Battle Lanes.
  • Utilize unique troops from Rome: Centurions, Auxilia, Archers, Engineers, Doctors and more..
  • Master the ingenuity of Roman engineering by constructing bridges, ladders, and devestating siege weapons.
  • Recruit new troops, upgrade existing units, and requisition new equipment on a grand campaign map of the Mediterranean.
  • Unique decisions and branching paths ensure no two campaigns will play the same.
  • Innovative community interaction model recreates the intrigue and power of the Senate in the Roman Republic.

Super Roman Conquest closed BETA access will become available around the holiday 2013 season.

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