Cradle of Rome 2

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  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 1.0 GHz
  • Memory : 1024
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 124

Review for game Cradle of Rome 2

Welcome back to the city on the seven hills! Rome was one of the most powerful and beautiful capitals of all time. Write your own history of the Roman Empire in the engaging Match 3 game, Cradle of Rome 2. Journey through incredible matching fun and the exhilarating process of building the city. Experience the new world of Rome from the cradle to the glory! Solve challenging minigames and draw blueprints to turn your small settlement into the flourishing empire.



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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

Date release

December 19, 2010

Game Rank

2247 points

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Beautiful Graphics, interesting
November 16, 2011

I love the "Cradle" games but the timer puts me off.....Love more Match 3 without the timer....

Cradle Of Rome 2
June 10, 2012

Quick thinking challenge game!

Cradle series
May 22, 2012

I like this series. Simple yet fun games. The visuals are good, game is fun and the gameplay is good. Maybe it is a bit boring after a while but you can always play with the CoR series when you just don't want to think a lot. Over all it is a good, classic game.

Fast moving fun game.
February 8, 2013

This is much better than the first Cradle. The curser was terrible in that first game. You lost time. This game is just great. Great graphics, great curser, just love it. Read the reviews of others and that helped me make up my mind. Keep up the good work with this style. Thanks a bunch. Keeps the brains cells moving. So glad I tried it. You won't be sorry buying this great game. Just hard enough to keep your interest but not STOP you.

Good game!
November 20, 2011

I liked it! Challenge is good (if you want to earn all the trophees!), you can chose in what order you want to build your city. Good graphics. I recommend.

Great followup to the original
November 21, 2011

Pros: multiple game modes, minigames, good learning curve Cons: timed only, monotonous soundtrack, highly difficult near end of game Cradle of Rome 2 features the same gameplay as its predecessor in that you are once again building up ancient Rome by collecting various resource tiles from the game boards in order to construct the city's buildings. Many of the powerups found in the original COR are back along with a couple of new, improved ones to make clearing out tough spots a little easier. The tricks for getting citizens to move into your city are no longer secret and can be found in a number of ways. Another new addition is the minigame to play to get a building blueprint (a blueprint must be obtained before you can buy a new building). These minigames include jigsaw puzzles, rotate the wheels, find a pair, and flip the card memory games. Although they aren't all that hard, they are a nice break from constant M3 action. In addition to the adventure mode, there are two new game modes to unlock as you progress through adventure mode, Tourney and Blitz. In Tourney you'll be competing against who I presume were the game developers or testers for trophies on a board of your choosing. I have yet to decipher all the tricks for winning the Tourney trophies but it is definitely not just finishing first. In Blitz mode you try to go as far through the entire game as possible with each board on a special fast moving timer. There are three different difficulty levels to choose from and Hard made me look foolish after level 20 so adrenaline junkies are sure to get their fix. The learning curve for adventure mode is back and still as good as the original. A nice update is that the double chained pieces don't appear until much later in the game, but that doesn't mean there aren't still challenges aplenty. The new obstacle to hate has got to be the skulls, but those won't appear until after the halfway point. The ice blocks can also prove tricky until you figure out the patterns to make around them. S

Great if you like timed games
February 28, 2012

The only thing against this game is that there isn't an untimed game. For the rest, it is great and the visuals and sound are brilliant. I am on my third attempt but haven't yet managed to complete the final level. That one is challenging and it is necessary to harbour all your weapons to defeat it. Was so pleased to have bought it. Warning tho', it is addictive :)

im hooked on this game
November 15, 2011

great game would like to know if there is going to be a number 3 cradle of rome in the near future?

USE POWER-UPs and BUY RESOURCES
January 2, 2012

This is the 1st timed-management game that I've ever been able to actually COMPLETE to the end (100 levels) due to the fact that I used my power-ups (when available so they could refill) specifically on hard-to-get-at areas of the board. Also whenever the timer ran out and I was asked if I wanted to buy resources, I ALWAYS said yes (particularly on the last level) and I never ran out of resources and was always able to complete each level without losing a life. Also try to quickly ascertain if you've got a win-able board (meaning without having to use power-ups too often) and if not, go for the icons that refills those power-ups only and use them as quickly as possible once refilled -- that was the ONLY way I was able to win Levels 99 and 100 (as well as buying the resources) WITHOUT losing a life and having to repeat them; there was 1 or 2 levels earlier that I also did that way.

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