ROME: Total War
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Epic tactics, massive battles

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Games & Simulation & Strategy
Current version
1.10.5
Price
$9.99
Size
3736 MB
Last Update
Aug 08, 2019

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djpowell13
Apr 17, 2019

I absolutely love this game! As someone who can’t afford a pc I’ve always dreamed of playing a total war game and this was my wish come true this is a game I seriously love and really hope you continue to add more units factions and details to the game! I’ve always sort of hoped there would be some non human factions but I guess that’d be too much like warhammer (really hope that comes to phone too) but I was hoping maybe just maybe there could be a zombie faction or something similar in Rome total war? Like a dlc with a new playable faction and a whole story to go along with it where you either pick whichever faction and play the game normally while also accounting for the new rising zombie faction or play as the zombie faction I just think that would be amazing also I’d really appreciate it if alliances would be made more useful every time I make an ally they refuse to help me and inevitably stab me in the back anyways if this is read thank you for taking the time to read it can’t wait to see what you do with this game!

Capnsansan
Jul 23, 2017

I literally Bought the iPad just to play this game (and just make it my game thing), I'm not really disappointed, if this is your first time playing a total war game, you will love this game, it is by far one of the best strategy/war games in the store, still, if you played the CPU version you will realize the differences, these differences are the change in scale of battles, to fit with the ipads mobility, you still get most of total wars immersion but with a small quality drop, but with right marketing I know total war is something that could take over a large part of the gaming community, I am very happy the creators are bringing these games to mobile devices , and hope the consoles are next, I really believe total war games could be a triple A thing, please keep expanding, one day Everyone could be talking about these games like they do skyrim and GTA, you better hurry before mount and blade is also a good game expanding its reaches

Xtinextine
Oct 05, 2018

Edit: Thanks for responding, I appreciate the team’s dedication to customer support. I did some closer testing and found that the drawing instead of scrolling results from the touch controls simply being too imprecise. You can try scrolling quite a ways off from the actual unit and it will still register like you’re trying to draw a path. (I’ve noticed this imprecision contributes to difficulty placing units during deployment as well). If the battle touch controls could be tightened up just a bit, this game would be elevated to near perfection. The further I’ve gotten into the campaign, the more frustrated I’ve become with the battle controls. Panning across the field while units are selected is an absolute pain because the game will think you’re trying to draw a path. Drawing a path is a neat function in theory but only makes sense on a larger screen. It makes me wonder if the game was ever thoroughly play-tested on an iPhone. Please allow us to toggle the path drawing function - it would make battles infinitely better on small screen!

flower5762
Mar 27, 2019

Actually paid money for this game and based on the previous reviews at first I was excited. However after playing a few rounds I realized that you were kind of painted into a corner as to what you can do. I’ve built up huge armies and then I couldn’t do anything with them, despite plenty of people you could attack. Eventually you have to do what your commanders in Rome want you to do. You can’t attack them, you can only go after who they deem as enemies. Technically you could make alliances, but it doesn’t seem to do any good as they don’t fight on your behalf. Pros: Nice fighting sequence where you can deploy units on the battlefield. Cons: 1. The AI “allies“ will attack and conquer territory well before you ever get there. Hence to be able to attack anybody, you have to march clear across the map, and even by the time you get there, there is a little left to attack. 2. You can’t attack any Roman allies at all. Historically this isn’t accurate as Roman armies fought each other frequently and leaders were opportunistic. I would have opportunities all the time to attack other Romans but the game would never let me. It kept saying I needed “popular support“ however there is never any way to get this.

DJWicki
Apr 23, 2019

This game is amazing. I was a little hesitant to buy it from its $10 cost and how many total war fake cop-outs are online, but this is actually legit. If you’re willing to pay, the $10 is completely worth it. However, there are some little quirks that I found. First off, this game drains your battery like a leech. If you don’t connect your phone to a power source, you won’t be playing this game for long, even if you started at 100% battery life. The second quirk I found is that this game is not big finger friendly. In the later stages of the campaign, when you need to micromanage massive armies, it can be really difficult, especially if you have big fingers since everything is so small and it’s easy to accidentally click on something you didn’t intend to click on. If you have big fingers, I recommend using a DS stylus or some other screen stylus if you have one. A third quirk that I found is that the sound quality of the game isn’t the best. When new background music starts, whether it is the battle theme or the peaceful overview theme, it doesn’t deactivate any soundtrack currently playing. After about 10-15 minutes of playing the game you get the accumulation of 5+ background songs playing over each other, and it sounds quite unnerving. Other than that, this game is really great and can give you months and maybe even years of entertainment.

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History’s greatest empire, now in your hands.

Experience the full glory of ROME: Total War on iOS! Build and rule the ancient world’s greatest empire by fighting spectacular real-time battles in huge turn-based campaigns.

BUILT FOR iOS
Play the classic strategy game optimised for your

device.

ROME IN YOUR HANDS
Rule the largest empire of the ancient world.

INTUITIVE TOUCH CONTROLS
Command your troops with ease using the touch-screen interface.

ENORMOUS 3D BATTLES
Turn your screen into an exhilarating battlefield with thousands of troops.

SOPHISTICATED EMPIRE MANAGEMENT
Direct your economic, civil and religious affairs from the Campaign Map.

This game requires iOS 11 or later and just under 4GB of space to install.

Supported iPhones:

• iPhone SE
• iPhone 5S
• iPhone 6/6 Plus
• iPhone 6S/6S Plus
• iPhone 7/7 Plus
• iPhone 8/8 Plus
• iPhone X
• iPhone XS/XS Max
• iPhone XR
• iPod Touch (6th Generation)
• iPod Touch (7th Generation)

Supported iPads:

• iPad mini 2
• iPad mini 3
• iPad mini 4
• iPad mini 5
• iPad Air
• iPad Air 2
• iPad Air 3
• iPad (5th Generation)
• iPad (6th Generation)
• iPad Pro (1st generation: 9.7", 12.9")
• iPad Pro (2nd generation: 10.5", 12.9")
• iPad Pro (3rd generation: 11", 12.9")

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