Citizen of Rome - Dynasty Ascendant free download
Citizen of Rome - Dynasty Ascendant game pic 1
Citizen of Rome - Dynasty Ascendant game pic 2
Citizen of Rome - Dynasty Ascendant game pic 3
Citizen of Rome - Dynasty Ascendant game pic 4
Citizen of Rome - Dynasty Ascendant game pic 5
Experience life and events in the Roman Republic. Help your family rise to greatness and lead Rome to greater glory. Long live the Republic!
release date: 1 Jan, 2019
developer: Citizen of Rome - Dynasty Ascendant
About This Game
Citizen of Rome - Dynasty Ascendant is a family/Dynasty life sim set in the Roman Republic.
You get to see how life was in the Ancient Republic, participate in their various customs, festivals and Ludi / sporting competitions, while raising a family and moving up in the social and economic hierarchy in the Republic.
You can educate your children, marry them off, sponsor their elections and much more. You'll usually play as the eldest of your sons once your character dies.
The game is open-ended without a set endgame just like in real life, but a grand goal for any ambitious Roman family was to land a Consulship of the republic. This could be your goal in the game as well, climbing the Cursus Honorum and becoming a "New Man" - "Novus Homo"
- Fully offline, no ads, no in-app purchases
- Marriage, Birth, Death, and Succession
- Property and economy
- Several key Roman festivals
- Traits and Skills
- Apprenticeships and employment
- Elections and Class progression
- Random interactions and events
- Dark Mode
Long live the Republic!
min system requirement: OS: 7
Processor: SSE2 capable Intel Pentium 4 or later
Memory: 512 MB RAM
Graphics: Integrated Graphics Card
Storage: 200 MB available space
recommanded system requirement: Graphics: Dedicated graphics card with 128MB of RAM
Citizen of Rome - Dynasty Ascendant free download
Citizen of Rome - Dynasty Ascendant user review
This game is fun and I feel I got my money's worth for $5 but this game could have been so good but misses the mark. I see that several balancing patches have been released but this game is in dire need of more. My first generation, the patriarch died when his only living son was about 10 which made for an engaging story where I wasn't sure if his kid was gonna make it. 25 years later, generation two had thousands in property and a household of about a dozen people including his three sons, their wives, and their many children. I was enjoying myself, finally able to buy the more expensive properties through sheer luck and understanding the game mechanics a bit better over time. Then it happened out of the blue when the gen 2 patriarch was about 35 - all but his eldest son's wife and children disappeared forever, I lost their incomes, and most of my properties to boot. I went from making about 100 denarii per turn to making negative income. Shortly after tax time rolled around and I was taxed for about 200 denarii sending me greatly into the negative and defeating any of my interest in continuing my game.
This is one of these games where I wish we had a neutral button. It seems good for a few hours of entertainment, but not much more. Value those few hours by yourself against the price, personally I'd say it's worth it on sale but not at full price.
I don't know what I expected. The game is very rudimentary and looks more like a student project than anything else. The tutorial does an okay job of explaining the interface, but there seems to be no rhyme or reason for the systems. There is also no apparent end game.
It's a fun little game! I just wish it was more interactive. I also wish there was a family tree so I can look back on past generations.
This is a great little game. I always thought that text-based games are the best for immersion. Like a book, the absence of visual distraction leaves space for imagination. Design is well done although there are still too many clicks. The texts are good, the events well capture the life of a roman citizen and it feels good getting more powerful.
A good start for a potentially great game.
i dont recommend this game right now because i think it's still too shallow, not much gameplay at all but this game has a great potential so wait for another year or two and look again
bitlife rome edition. could be better but hours of fun really
Great game, addictive and smart too.
Absolutely one of my favourite games!
I found this game when I was looking for another dynasty focused game like Crusader Kings 2 (CK2). Besides being dynasty focused with a lot of different character traits, it's not a ton like CK2, but I do really enjoy it, probably because it reminds me of a mix of Marble Age, 7 Grand Steps, and BitLife, which I also enjoy from time to time. Probably my favorite aspects of this game has been figuring out the strategy of maintaining the status of the dynasty and the immersion into Roman culture.
Amazingly addicting game! I have spent the past three nights managing my Roman family tree, funds and fame until I heard the birds chirping outside my bedroom window. Up till 5AM and I got work tomorrow..... and I ain't even mad.
I'm sure its been said already, but this is basically BitLife for ancient Rome.
Its a pretty fun and relaxing game, so long as you dont expect too much of it. It's very easy to pick up and play for a bit after a long day, since its mechanics aren't anything complicated. I found it pretty addicting at times, working my way up the social ladder in roman society while trying to prepare my firstborn son for the current head of the familys demise. Something to keep in mind though is that the mechanics are very bare bones and not something for players who wants an intricate story or challanging gameplay, its best played when you're too tired to think or react well enough for most games, and just want to rewind a bit.
It has potential, but unfortunately it's not a lot of fun to play. The gameplay is extremely repetitive, and I doubt any number of patches is going to fix it.
The game play consists of clicking into a menu, buying a donkey, going back to the main screen, advancing a turn, and doing the same thing the next turn