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Impressions Games Anonymous Gamer 04/02/2020 (Thu) 22:19:40 No. 484
Have you guys ever played these two masterpieces? Literally no modern historical city building game can compete with these two, they are the most polished, well designed games I've ever seen. Caesar III which was already great, was succeeded by the much superior Pharaoh, which expanded on what Caesar had already done right, and made it even better, and was so succesful that even had an "DLC" with many more levels. Also, you guys can use this thread to share your custom maps aswell
Holy shit OP. I have been looking for these games for years I remember playing them as a child but I could not for the life of me remember their names. Holy fuck, OP. thank you!
>>484 Where can I download these?
>>484 I played Caesar on my Amiga 500. Played lots of Pharaoh, too. Most recently less than a year ago, I download and play it from time to time. >>486 Torrents, of course.
Don't forget Emperor, in my opinion the best impression game gameplay wise. There's a relatively recent indie game, Heartlands, which is like an impression city builder in a fantasy setting, pic related.
>>487 Yeah but which torrents? I can't find any on the pirate bay.
What is so special about them? I feel like that genre is pretty limited in modern iterations anyways, and I'm not sure what counts. Like, the only series I can think of that still does that is Anno, and 1404 is pretty good.
>oh shit I ran out of tea. better reconstruct my mansion into a hut What did they mean by this?
>>493 Just put your warehouse on >>>/GET/
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>>484 Machines was good rts for the time, sadly it's en limbo state
I never much played Pharaoh and Zeus seems a bit clunky. I did really enjoy the chinkie one, that campaign was solid.
>>485 You can get them on GOG for pretty cheap. I bought them for my Aunt who was obsessed with them. I could never figure these games out but she build mega cities that could run by themselves.


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