Call to Power II

Alternative title(s)
Antiquity gameEAG
ReleaseOct 20, 2000
ModeSingle-player, multiplayer
GenreStrategy game; empire-building
SettingVarious civilizations throughout time, including Greece (under Alexander or Helen) and Rome (under Julius Caesar or Livia Drusilla)
Notable charactersBAlexander, Helen, Caesar, Livia Drusilla


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Additional keywords

history, turn-based, 4x

Thanks to

Jordy Orellana F.

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