Annals of Rome is a Risk-like game set in 273 B.C. You are ruler of the Roman Republic, while the computer commands the surrounding nations. Your objective is to keep the empire going as long as possible. Unfortunately, the game falls short of its premise. For example, the only thing you can do with the money in your treasury is to bribe your troops to prevent them from rebelling. No investment in training. No investment in weapons. No thrill of building toward victory.
Commanders are chosen from a list of 26 people. Each person has varying loyalties and abilities to command. Problematically, though, the list showing each person's strengths is displayed at the beginning of the turn, not while you're making decisions. Therefore, you must either memorize the list or write it down on paper.
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