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Back to News Listing The Alea Jact Est series grows up!

Posted: Thursday, May 30, 2013 by Filippo Chianetta

Type: Press Release

 

Matrix Games (www.matrixgames.com), AGEOD  (www.ageod.com) and Slitherine (www.slitherine.com) are proud to announce the release of The Cantabrian Wars and The Spartacus Revolt, two DLCs for Alea Jacta Est , the turn-based strategy game set during the Roman Civil Wars.

The Cantabrian Wars relives the battles of the Roman Army, lead by Augustus, to defeat the last tribes of the Hiberic region, in Asturia and Cantabria. Will you side with the tribes and struggle for freedom or will you choose to play the Romans and fight for conquest?

The Spartacus Revolt follows the events of the Third Servile War, where the the legendary gladiator Spartacus made the Roman Republic tremble. You can side with the Romans and wipe out the rebels or pursue the impossible with the slave army and either kneel down your former domini…or die trying.

Keep in mind that the Ageod forum will be the place to discuss this game and all aspects of future AGEOD releases, updates and news. 

 

Get more information on Alea Jacta Est-The Cantabrian Wars  and Alea Jacta Est- The Spartacus Revolt from their official product pages.

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