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Rise of Rome - Field of Glory Expansion - Released Today

The long awaited expansion to Field of Glory has been released with tons of new units.

IN STORES posted on 8 MAR 2010 7:17am by Scott Parrino

Slitherine is proud to announce the release of Rise of Rome Digital, the first army pack for its blockbuster wargame Field of Glory. Rise of Rome is an expansion pack for Field of Glory Digital and requires Field of Glory Digital. It adds a host of new features to single and multiplayer and the vast number of armies and troop types make this more than just an expansion pack; it is an entirely new game! The game also features a Digital Army Generator (D.A.G.) to allow players to design their own armies to a specific number of points and use them against the AI or in Multiplayer battles. The D.A.G. sets a new benchmark for all wargames addicts and, alongside the increasingly popular multiplayer play by e-mail system, it will make this award winning series a completely new experience for wargamers, strategy players and newcomers alike. Field of Glory Digital is based on the popular Field of Glory tabletop wargaming system from Slitherine (www.fieldofglory.com), the PC version takes care of all the calculations and measurements and just leaves you to make the important and fun decisions. Find out more about Field of Glory Digital here and do not hesitate to ask for review codes should you wish to review the game ! Features
  1. A comprehensive Digital Army Generator (D.A.G.) which allows you to design armies to a specific number of points and then take these armies in to single player against the AI or online in multiplayer. Making its first ever appearance on a Slitherine title, the D.A.G. is a powerful tool for any wargames addict !
  2. New random battle generator using armies created in the army builder for single and multiplayer.
  3. Baggage camps which appear in battle and can be looted for bonus points. Some armies are allowed to fortify their baggage.
  4. Over 100 new unit types including camelry, scythed chariots and artillery!
  5. 5 New terrain types: broken ground, impassable terrain, open fields, plantations & steep hills.
  6. 6 new battles from the Greek & Persian wars, Macedonian & Punic War's and from Rome’s expansion. Armies Included Mid-Republican Roman, Late Republican Roman, Gallic, Pyrrhic, Later Carthaginian, Ancient Spanish, Later Macedonian, Attalid Pergamene, Numidian or Early Moorish, Later Seleucid, Later Ptolemaic, Pontic, Spartacus Slave Revolt, Early Armenian, Parthian, Later Jewish, and Bosporan.


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