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WindowsGameZebo (Oct 13, 2009)
Romance of Rome is one of the most challenging hidden object games you'll ever play, but not in a cheap or aggravating way. I wish there had been more strategy to gaining status - you simply buy every item in the store at the end of the chapter - but overall it's still a fun and rewarding experience.
iPhoneGame Chronicles (Mar 04, 2011)
This is only my second real experience with the hidden object adventure on a stand alone basis and I found it to be quite enjoyable. I really liked the puzzle aspect of the gameplay and the clever placing of all the objects. Some of them took me a while to find and that was with a few hints to guide my fingertips. The graphics are well done and the interface uses several of the iPhone’s functions to their fullest. I definitely recommend taking Romance of Rome for the iPhone for a spin. It’s a worthy addition to the App Store and the adventure genre.
iPhoneSlide to Play (Mar 01, 2011)
Overall, Romance of Rome is a good game. The challenge is a little lacking at times, but it makes up for it with seven episodes of content. Romance of Rome keeps the hidden object gameplay interesting by adding new elements, making it a good choice for those patient enough to play.
iPhone148apps (Feb 23, 2011)
I had a lot of fun with Romance of Rome but I do wish it was a bit longer. Despite the promise of so much to do, I felt the game ended sooner than I’d have liked for a $5 game. Despite this though, it’s worth a look, but it’d be even easier to recommend if it was at a lower price.
50 (Mar 21, 2011)
Overall I would say this is one to avoid, unless you are particularly keen on Hidden Object games. Normally I would have stopped playing this with an hour, but carried on to see if there was something worth playing for. And there wasn’t. It is boring and pointless as the 100 green bottles song. As G5 Entertainment is asking £2.99 for this game (and asking £3.99 for the iPad version) I have to say I am please that not all roads these days lead to Rome.
Il n'y a pas de chronomètre, ce qui retire du stress et/ou de l'intérêt. De même, il n'y a aucune pénalité si vous cliquez à un endroit où aucun item n'est caché. Et si vraiment vous ne trouvez plus d'objets, une icône vous en indiquera un lorsque vous le souhaiterez, là encore sans pénalité. Bref, c'est vraiment un public d'amateurs de jeux casual qui est visé. Lui pourra passer quelques heures sur ce Romance of Rome et ce, pour un coût raisonnable.