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Old 08-03-2008, 05:36 PM   #21
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Talking Rome: Pathway to Power

now I play this game when i young and love it, This gamewas doneby the say boys that did The Adventures of Robin Hood it say style of game but much longer with many more things to do as well i being set in Rome. I wondering when will come to this site and does need be on a Dos box or is xp workable
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Old 08-03-2008, 06:30 PM   #22
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This game was made for Dos, so it's likely that you'll need DosBox to run it under Xp.

Rome: Pathway to Power (a.k.a. Rome: A.D. 92) (1993)
Published by Millennium Interactive (Not ESA member) & Maxis (ESA member, 10 years of protection)
Developed by Firstlight (Dead company)

There are only used copies at Amazon.

Our Oldwarez list says it was published & Developed by Electronic Arts and I think it's wrong.
Mobygames, Wikipedia and other Abandonware sites confirmed what I have just written above.

I would say approved.
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Old 09-03-2008, 05:10 AM   #23
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so it can get approved and I may see on this sit in near future because thing I lov this game sit only one trust download my games from. OO yes if lvoe rome feel or good advanture game shude not skip this one and for help daivd
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Old 09-03-2008, 11:08 AM   #24
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there should be an option "what the *meep* is the language the pool is written in"
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Old 09-03-2008, 10:33 PM   #25
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there should be an option "what the *meep* is the language the pool is written in"
You meant "what the *meep* is the language the whole topic is written in" :confused:

Please Joel, try to write a little better...it's hard for us to understand what you are asking for.
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Old 18-05-2008, 12:19 AM   #26
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Default Rome AD 92 (aka Rome: Pathway to Power)

Hey everyone


I remember... when i be a child many years ago, playing this adventure semi strategy.. mostly adventure game.
It was based in roman time.

You started out as a slave on some island/city? doing a errand.
Soon as you start or a minute after? a volcano on this island/city starts erupting
(pompeij maybe? ), and you race to the shore and grab a boat to rome.

After this, your free start buying your own slaves, going to the "collsieum" to fight and bet. Then eventually assasinate the caeser or city emperor? i remember being a "captain" of sorts, and being sent out to defend against barbarians(hence the tactical part).
And it's not any of the caeser/centurion games i've found here.

It's probably very old, 8bit type graphics with traditional graphicly drawn "cutscenes".


I know it's a longshot, butt hope someone can throw some titles and screenshots

I have no timeframe but it has to be... from 92 93? and earlier.
perhaps 90. Not sure.

hope for the best

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Old 18-05-2008, 12:48 PM   #27
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Here you go. Rome: Pathway to Power
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Old 18-05-2008, 01:42 PM   #28
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Fast and correct... that's pretty awesome thank you
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There are only used copies at Amazon, but it's ESA protected until 2009.
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Old 07-10-2009, 06:54 PM   #30
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Default Rome: Pathway to Power (aka Rome AD 92) [Review Needed]

I wanted to upload this game on Thursday, but I've noticed that the review is really short... What do we do about it?
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You're a Roman slave. Well actually, your character is. You've never seen anything more than the provincial town you're in. You feel prisoned, so logically, you will try to escape. That's your first mission, but it's a long way to Rome and in this game, you will see not all paths lead to Rome actually. Escape from that little town before the lava kills you and you will be saved... In the first mission, that is.

But actually, there's so much to say about this game, that I can only recommend playing it. Its graphics are very good for its time and the gameplay is pretty okay too. You have a lot of freedom to do whatever you like, but you are bound to some storyline restrictions, which makes this game fun and not too hard to play.
review written by Spartician, there was also only one screenshot, so I've made some more from the beginning of the game
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