DescriptionSPQR is a point-and-click Myst-style game set in Ancient Rome. Journal entries, newspaper articles, and various puzzles must be dealt with as the player unravels a conspiracy which threatens the Empire.
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- "SPQR: L'heure la plus sombre de l'empire" -- French title
Part of the Following Group
|Utterly lonely game.||Terrence Bosky (5476)|
|Gameplay (Benelux)||Apr, 1997||78 out of 100||78|
|PC För Alla||Mar, 1997||7 out of 10||70|
|Game Revolution||Jun 05, 2004||B-||67|
|Computer Games Magazine||1997||60|
|PC Player (Germany)||Feb, 1997||60|
|GameSpot||Jan 14, 1997||5.6 out of 10||56|
|Privat Computer PC||1997||46 out of 100||46|
|Game.EXE||Mar, 1997||30 out of 100||30|
|PC Games (Germany)||Mar, 1997||19 out of 100||19|
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InspirationThe game claims to be an accurate representation of Rome. It was based on a highly successful online game.
TitleSPQR is an acronym from a Latin phrase, Senatus Populusque Romanus ("The Senate and People of Rome").
Related Web Sites
- SPQR: The Empire's Darkest Hour (official website)
- AncientSites - Rome (This site houses CyberSites' online edition of SPQR.)