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  1. 3 downloads

    A game based on the events of the film The Man with a Scar from 1983. Here, you play as Tony Montana just before the attack of the gang on his property. (If you watched a movie, you know how it ended - here you can write a continuation of Tony's story). After escaping from the property, you stay with nothing - you have to build your empire again by accumulating money and respect in a gangster environment.
  2. Scarface: The World is Yours View File A game based on the events of the film The Man with a Scar from 1983. Here, you play as Tony Montana just before the attack of the gang on his property. (If you watched a movie, you know how it ended - here you can write a continuation of Tony's story). After escaping from the property, you stay with nothing - you have to build your empire again by accumulating money and respect in a gangster environment. Submitter SirMadsen Submitted 01/18/2022 Category Action  
  3. 4 downloads

    Most of the team at developer Tilted Mill worked at Impressions, which created the Caesar series. After producing the similar city builder Children of the Nile on its own, the developer returns to its original series with Caesar IV. Caesar IV is a fairly typical city management game. You build up a Roman city, only this time it's in full 3D. You create trade networks, fight off the occasional invasion, and keep those peons working. You’re rated in five categories, including culture (religion and entertainment), security (local police, firefighters, city defenses), prosperity (how much your citizens have upgraded their homes), favor (how well you’ve met Rome’s demands), and population. You also need to make money so you can expand your city, and keep your people happy so that they’ll continue moving it. The real issue with Caesar IV is that it’s a bit too typical as a city builder, and is also hampered by a not so intuitive interface. Consider Rome’s demands. You’ll often get requests from Rome for certain resources. This is a good thing since it gives you mini-goals to work towards, but the interface for accessing and stockpiling resources takes far too much drilling through the cumbersome advisor’s menu. When you have to engage in the same sequence of click-click-click for every demand from Rome, well… it just gets annoying.
  4. Caesar IV View File Most of the team at developer Tilted Mill worked at Impressions, which created the Caesar series. After producing the similar city builder Children of the Nile on its own, the developer returns to its original series with Caesar IV. Caesar IV is a fairly typical city management game. You build up a Roman city, only this time it's in full 3D. You create trade networks, fight off the occasional invasion, and keep those peons working. You’re rated in five categories, including culture (religion and entertainment), security (local police, firefighters, city defenses), prosperity (how much your citizens have upgraded their homes), favor (how well you’ve met Rome’s demands), and population. You also need to make money so you can expand your city, and keep your people happy so that they’ll continue moving it. The real issue with Caesar IV is that it’s a bit too typical as a city builder, and is also hampered by a not so intuitive interface. Consider Rome’s demands. You’ll often get requests from Rome for certain resources. This is a good thing since it gives you mini-goals to work towards, but the interface for accessing and stockpiling resources takes far too much drilling through the cumbersome advisor’s menu. When you have to engage in the same sequence of click-click-click for every demand from Rome, well… it just gets annoying. Submitter SirMadsen Submitted 01/15/2022 Category Strategy  
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