Glory of the Roman Empire

Alternative title(s)Imperium (or Imperivm) Civitas (ITA, SP), Die Römer (G)
Antiquity gameCAG
ReleaseJun 6, 2006
PublisherCdv Software Interactive, FX Interactive
DeveloperHaemimont Games
Platform(s)Windows
ModeSingle-player
GenreCity-builder; empire-building
SettingRoman Empire
Notable charactersB
DLC

The Italian and Spanish version, Imperium Civitas, contains some differences from the European and Northern American version.

Bibliography

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Lowe, D. (2009). ‘Playing with Antiquity: Videogame Receptions of the Classical World’ in D. Lowe & K. Shahabudin (eds.), Classics for All: Reworking Antiquity in Mass Culture. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 64-90.

Lowe, D. (2012). ‘Always Already Ancient: Ruins in the Virtual World’ in T. S. Thorsen (ed.), Greek and Roman Games in the Computer Age. Trondheim: Akademika Publishing, 53-90.

McCall, J. (2011). Gaming the Past. Using Video Games to Teach Secondary History. New York, London: Routledge. (Ch. 3. ‘Matching Genres to Curricular Content’; Appendix A: Profiles of Historical Video Games)

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Rollinger, C. (2015). ‘Brot, Spiele … und Latrinen? Zur Darstellung römischer Stadträume im Computerspiel’ in C. Walde & C. Stoffel (ed.), Caesar’s Salad: Antikerezeption im 20. und 21. Jahrhundert = thersites 1, 1-45.

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