Have you ever felt tired of your community for whatever reason and thought about creating a whole new one? Have you ever fooled around with the idea of being powerful? Maybe is a common feeling and that would explain why games like Immortal Cities: Children of the Nile exists. This game, as other in the same category, is in the city-building genre which doesn’t have much left for imagination. Basically, you will have to build a totally new city from scratch and deal with whatever problems that may arise in the process, which by the way, are not few. But Immortal Cities is not about a regular modern city. On the contrary, it’s about creating a 2000 years old empire. If you think about it, this can be pretty hard for a modern citizen like you and me living in the 21st century.
This game can provide entertainment for a long time since its complexity. There are countless different characters types interacting in this game, each type with its own characteristics. Have in mind that you will have to deal with people, living their own lives and with special needs. You’ll become a leader trying to create an empire and keep peace in the society. Among these types we can mention: Royal family, soldiers, commander, laborer, villager, gardener, furnisher, basket maker, baker, sculptor, farmer, among others.
Regarding system requirements this game can be demanding in terms of processor. Take a look to the list to see if it meets your needs:
• Pentium® 4 or Athlon® 2.0 GHz processor
• 512 MB of RAM
• 64 MB video card will full Direct 9.0 support
- It's a complex game that provides long term entertainment
- It features great graphics and music
- There are game forums available
- The installation file is pretty large to download
- It's available in English only