Roads of Rome III

  • Fantastic gameplay
  • Exciting action
  • Restore the settlements!
  • Play Roads of Rome II
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/8
  • CPU : 1.2 GHz
  • Memory : 512
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 99

Review for game Roads of Rome III

Stop the invading barbarian forces and restore the settlements and broken roads in Roads of Rome 3, a fun Strategy game! Julia and Victorius are absolutely happy awaiting the birth of their first child. However, one day a messenger arrives in Rome spreading the bad news about Barbarians that are destroying the Roman provinces. Help Victorius and his army resist the enemy and protect Rome from the forthcoming disaster!

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Genre : Time Management

Manage time, customers, and money in games for the serious goal-setter.

Date release

September 28, 2011

Game Rank

819 points

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A very good addition to the Roads Family
November 15, 2011

I found this game a little easier to complete than Road to Rome 2, but saying that it was still a challenge and I had hours of fun.

November 15, 2011

This is one of my favourite games. What I like best is that it is NOT simple. As you work up levels the game becomes harder and harder. I repeat levels until I get gold status. Sometimes it takes me days to finish one level. Can't wait for #4!

Challenging sequel to the first two
April 11, 2012

More challenging than the previous two games. Some of the levels required 8-9 tries before I was able to finish them in the "expert" time frame. Which is fine - I like a good challenge and probably put 15 hours into this game for a $4 game which makes it an excellent value. If you liked the first two, you'll definitely like this one.

Favorite In This Series
November 17, 2011

I loved thiss third installment because it is the hardest, and I love a challenge! It was fun, fun fun and so challenging I've enjoyed playing it a few times. They have added a few things--a Water Pump, a Cobbler, Smithy and Workshop. I think they are excellent and really add to the game play. No complaints here! Can't wait for RoR IV!

Fun Time management
November 14, 2011

I enjoyed playing this game, learned to balance my time and strategy, Awesome

I love this game!
November 20, 2011

This game is fun and challenging. I am a big fan of the whole series. I have played through multiple times and for me it never gets old. Changing your strategy not only for each area but each level within the area is a must. I hope the developers keep this line going forever1

If you only want to buy one...
September 22, 2012

All three games were a lot of fun. Roads of Rome was really nice and fun, but I felt a bit slow paced. Roads of Rome II was my favorite - more features, a bit faster paced, and if you purchase just one, start with this one, but if you plan to get all three then play them in order. Roads of Rome III - I ended up always using the fast boots capability almost constantly because otherwise the game drug out and was boring. Roads of Rome 1 & 2 you build the city and the roads. Roads of Rome 3 you repair the city and roads once the barbarians have destroyed it. Thus in #3 you're putting out a lot of fires. However, that didn't bother me as some reviewers cautioned, and it can be fun figuring out which fire to put out first. All three games are capable of being conquered, but with #3 I had to replay more levels than in #2 in order to unlock the bonus levels ... #1 doesn't have bonus levels. #1 has a mini-game as the last level in each of the four 'episodes, which I didn't care for. It is a lot of clicking on color groups as they feed from the bottom - and you don't want any column to reach the top. I could have done without that. Also in #1&2 the 'fast feet' appear randomly. In #3 you build a cobbler hut and then they appear on a planned recurring basis. I like that you can go around some obstacles so you can reach other items and don't always need to take things in a specific order as some of the other time management ones require #think Royal Envoy - you have to stick to the road and take things in the order laid out#. And I love that you can chop down any tree that is in the scene. On some of the scenes I just spent time chopping away just to lay down an entire forest ...but you need 'food' in order to chop the trees.... You will recognize scenes across the three games. Sometimes there's significant changes to where the features are laid out on the land and othertimes the developers didn't bother to make many changes. However, it didn't bother me and sometimes it was fun to see what they had done differently.

Loved this game....
April 10, 2012

I found this game quite challenging (in the normal mode) and found myself having to play several levels numerous times to obtain the expert score. The only thing I felt could have made this better is the ability to click on objects ahead of time. You always had to wait for your "workers" to get back to base before you could send them back out. Most times they had to backtrack to get an item they walked right by. But that is the only thing I'd change. I love the strategy and time management aspect of it and can't wait for ROR IV. This kept me entertained for weeks!!!

Roads of Rome III Roads of Rome1- 2
December 21, 2012

I bought and played to the end Rome double pack 1 and two, loved it, had to have #3. I viewed # 3 and I can't wait to played it as well. I will have a blast with it.

Watch the little Roman men work and play!
November 28, 2011

Another great and addictive game from Big Fish. It looks deceptively simple, but since there is a clock, you have to use time and strategy very well to complete tasks for each level. Graphics are great, each level of the game gets a bit harder and even though I just bought the game, I can see myself spending hours playing it.

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