Tales of Empire: Rome

Caught in the middle of a fiery dispute between Jupiter, Juno, Neptune and Mars, you must use your match-3 skills to diffuse the war and uncover a proud Roman city! Collect resources, construct monumental buildings, and grow a thriving economy. Win exciting bonus games to decrease construction costs, and collect trophies along the way! Bring life to a magnificent, prosperous land and ensure its protection by the gods in Tales of Empire: Rome!

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Ancient Rome in 20 minutes

Although the symbols are of adequate size, for ease of play, they could have been just slightly larger in my opinion. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by maxbridge from Gets better as you go on I perservered with this one - once I got the hang of the gameplay I found it quite addictive and the hour trial disappeared quickly. It really is a fun game and it does get harder as you proceed in the levels but there are 3 modes you can choose from. The Bad: The game board is so small it's really hard on the eyes. Plus with each building purchase you get an extra game such as a simple jigsaw, spot the difference or match the pairs. Too hard on the eyes. I thought this was going to be a good game but not this time, not for me. There are different sizes of rockets and bombs, all of which have their own sound, many being reminiscent of exploding fireworks. In fact I deleted it before the trial was up. What might have been a good game ended up awful. Loads beautifully, nice graphics, crisp and clear. I just can't get past this one.


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Love the match three and building a city to go with it. It really is a fun game and it does get harder as you proceed in the levels but there are 3 modes you can choose from. After finishing the base game, I've kept Rom, trying to see if I can get all Empirs: achievements. I don't know about others, but sometimes I like simple. No thanks. Loads beautifully, nice Tzles, crisp and clear. Ghost Encounters: Deadwood were not difficult and are a nice break from the match 3. The building of the city and the actual match 3's were okay. Although the symbols are of adequate size, for ease of play, they could have been just slightly larger in my opinion. Glad I did! You can skip the story. Give it a try. Each Home Sweet Home gives you about 14 to 15 minutes to complete.

There are sooooo many other great games out there, I would not waste my money or a game credit on this one. It really is a fun game and it does get harder as you proceed in the levels but there are 3 modes you can choose from. Too slow and although I chose relaxing game it counts time I bought this on sale for 2. Each board gives you about 14 to 15 minutes to complete. I just can't get past this one. It's kind of like a TM but with match 3s. Give it a try. I know I am hooked on it. It's not hard to tell what is what to me. Although the symbols are of adequate size, for ease of play, they could have been just slightly larger in my opinion. You can earn trophies and if you complete the mini games in time you receive a discount on construction. After finishing the base game, I've kept playing, trying to see if I can get all the achievements.

It plays havoc with my eyes. No thanks. Graphics are excellent, but not exceptional, and sound effects I have to say are impressive! There are different sizes of rockets and bombs, all of which have Lost in Night own sound, many being reminiscent of exploding fireworks. Loads beautifully, nice graphics, crisp and clear. I agree with my fellow reviewer, dachsy, this game is very similar to the Cradle Of Rome series, mostly because of the almost identical patterns of the boards. The building of the city and the actual match 3's were okay. What might have been a good Solitaire Halloween Story ended up awful.


Give it a try. The building of the city and the actual match 3's were okay. I deleted it after 3 levels. Too hard on the eyes. If you are having problems with the game get your updates done because I had no problems and it is fun!. I did have a little trouble with the game when it started to do a 3D thing but I went to the options and there you can turn off the high quality and the game was just fine. Loads beautifully, nice graphics, crisp and clear. What might have been a good game ended up awful. Game seemed almost "disjointed" Don't think this would even be good for beginners as there's too much stuff going on at once and may be a bit confusing. There are sooooo many other great games out there, I would not waste my money or a game credit on this one. Your goal is to get as much gold, stone, wheat, bread and so on so you can buy stuff at which time you will be asked to do a task. You can earn trophies and if you complete the mini games in time you receive a discount on construction.

I bought this on sale for 2. Along the bottom and sides of the playboard, squares are double locked; I'm playing on relaxed mode, and there simply isn't enough time to unlock the squares AND make matches to change the entire board to one color. Frustrating to the 10th degree. I know I am hooked on it. The idea of this game is to make matches of three or more to collect resources to build a Roman city and allow the citizens to thrive and prosper and appease the Gods! Also, it doesn't fill the whole screen so it's tiring on the eyes. I don't think that is actually possible in regular game play, I could be wrong though. Building a city is always fun. Which is why I give it 1 star. There is a timer, but this did not seem out of place for the game and I think most players would not be put off by it. It's not hard to tell what is what to me. I have had some eye problems lately, so my usual favorite genre of HoGs are mostly too dark and hurt my eyes. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by deddu from Tales of Empire: Rome You must read all of the instructions in the tutorial before you start the game to learn what each powerup does and how the gods help you with the boards. Sorry developers.

2 thoughts on “Tales of Empire: Rome

  1. Your goal is to get as much gold, stone, wheat, bread and so on so you can buy stuff at which time you will be asked to do a task. Too slow and although I chose relaxing game it counts time There are different sizes of rockets and bombs, all of which have their own sound, many being reminiscent of exploding fireworks. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by maxbridge from Gets better as you go on I perservered with this one - once I got the hang of the gameplay I found it quite addictive and the hour trial disappeared quickly. There are other facets within the game that are different however, and make for a very interesting Match 3, but I will leave these for players to discover themselves.

  2. It's not a fancy story line. You can make matches while tiles are falling but seems to be slow. Even the rockets are silly. Pity about one or two spelling and grammar errors I noticed however! All in all, I think most Match 3 fans would enjoy this game.

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