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 Zenturio's Mystery 


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Roman Empire


205 A. C.


released in



 no 360° view
 perspektive: ego
 mouse controlled

system requirements

 Windows (3.1/95/98)

released on

 CD-ROM (1 CD)





SPQR - the empire's darkest hour

It's up to you. Succeed, and the Empire is saved. Fail, and Rome is history...

Building upon the phenomenally successful game played by thousands on the World Wide Web, SPQR: The Empire's darkest hour delivers a visual and intellectual gaming experience unlike anything seen before.
Afascinating 3-D adventure, SPQR challenges you to learn how the Roman Empire works - stucturally, mechanically, economically, culturally and politically. Given one year to investigate five equally suspicious suspects, you must solve the ultimate mystery: Who is plotting to destroy Rome and how will they do it?

- Explore the streets, temples and secret labyrinths of the Roman Forum in your quest to save the Empire
- Challenging graphic adventure - original mind-bending puzzles utilize authentic historical artifacts and data.
- The storyline - complete with drama, twists, cliffhangers and multiple endings - is a Roman "soap opera" crafted by professinal television writers and historians.
- The very accurate 3D reconstruction of Ancient Rome - 1600 captivating computer generated images, animations and movies let you see Rome as it looked in 205 A.D.

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