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Construct an idyllic Roman city with Romopolis, the casual strategy game out now for iOS

Construct an idyllic Roman city with Romopolis, the casual strategy game out now for iOS
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The Roman Empire was one of the largest in human history and now you have the chance to be a part of it. Thanks to Lonely Troops, you can download the game Romopolis onto your iOS device. It's up to you to decide how you will shape the Roman Empire as you literally shape it. It's not just about making use of the limited space but also about making sure that you build in such a way that will be functional and will make your citizens happy.

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There are bountiful resources to bring your vision to life in the style of Ancient Rome. You can spend hours enjoying this game at your leisure or you can challenge yourself by attempting the campaign. This provides over 24 different scenarios that give you tasks like creating certain layouts or achieving a certain level of happiness. On top of that, you'll also have a time limit to contend with which adds weight and value to every decision to make.

No matter how you decide to play the game, you'll get to appreciate a full range of features. The lovely visuals depicting classic and historical Roman architecture will accompany your journey. There's the sandbox mode for casual playing and 22 achievements to aim for should you also decide to play through the campaign. The goal is to diversify your city. You need a balance of buildings and facilities to give your citizens everything they need while ensuring that you keep earning a steady income. The more you earn, the more you can build. However, it's wise to have some savings so that you fix any buildings that get damaged and so that you can buy additional resources to speed up production.

Romopolis is available to download from the iOS App Store for the price of $3.99 and with tons of language support. The Roman Empire awaits your orders!

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