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Roads of Rome HD Review for iPad

Roads of Rome HD Review for iPad

A mighty general named Victorius has fallen in love with Caesar’s daughter, but alas, Caesar will not have a soldier as a son-in-law. To get him out of the way, Caesar sends Victorius on a quest to connect the Roman empire via a network of roads. In Roads of Rome HD by Realore, your task is to finish building these roads and also handle anything else Caesar tosses your way. Continue on to iPadmodo for our full review.
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Roads of Rome HD Released: New Challenging Game for Casual Strategy Fans

Roads of Rome HD Released: New Challenging Game for Casual Strategy Fans

Realore Studios today introduces Roads of Rome HD 1.0, their new strategy game title for the iPad platform. Roads of Rome HD involves lots of strategic planning and thinking ahead providing hours of absorbing action. Players have the opportunity to experience a story set in ancient Rome with a blend of building simulation, casual strategy and time management gameplay in 40 challenging levels. The game features varied gameplay with four different episodes in widely varying landscapes.

CrossRoads App Review for iPhone and iPod Touch

CrossRoads App Review for iPhone and iPod Touch

CrossRoads is a game that’s simple to learn, but not simple to get (un)hooked to. It has the line-drawing feel to it, while it adds other gameplay mechanics. By far the game stands out compared to those other line drawing games. So get ready to start controlling heavy traffic, and watch out for things on screen that can distract you!
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Dusty Roads Media releases My Spot Pro 1.0.2 for iPhone and iPod touch

Dusty Roads Media releases My Spot Pro 1.0.2 for iPhone and iPod touch

Blairstown, New Jersey – Dusty Roads Media today is pleased to announce the release of My Spot Pro 1.0.2 for iPhone and iPod touch devices. My Spot Pro lets you tell anyone your spot in the world with a touch of a button. It marks your location and sends the GPS coordinates – and the address, if available – to whomever you choose or to Facebook or Twitter. You can even easily attach a photo or audio clip of where you are and send it to a group, to a friend, or in an emergency, can even send a pre-saved Panic Message to your family or authorities.
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