Posted: 1 SEP 2015
Qvadriga has been selected for a 48 hour special discount on Humble Bundle Store!
Starting on September 1 at 10am PDT/ 1pm EDT /7pm CEST the game will be 50% discounted!
For the first 24 hours it will be available at the sale price and will be featured on the front page of the Humble Store here!
For the remaining 24 hours, the game will be featured on a “Yesterday's Deals" landing page.
The offer ends on September 3 at 10am 10am PDT/ 1pm EDT /7pm CEST !
Posted: 11 JUL 2014
The release of Qvadriga was a great success and the following ports to Android and iOS tablets allowed a whole new audience to get their taste of ancient Roman chariot racing. Now we are happy to announced that we have just released a major patch for the tablet versions of Qvadriga, making it easier than ever for people to manage their team of (enslaved) charioteers!
Posted: 3 APR 2014
Trumpets resonate once again in the circus. If Qvadriga has already captured the hearts of the crowd and of the PC journalists – “I’m a little bit in love with Qvadriga” (Rock Paper Shotgun), “a game worth playing for its well-developed mechanics” (Softpedia) – it will now try to seduce a brand new audience. Indeed, our champion is not used to resting on his laurels and feels ready to take up another spicy challenge!
Posted: 4 MAR 2014
Qvadriga, the tactical game of chariot racing in ancient Roman circuses is now ready for you to buy! Take control of a four horse chariot team, choose your preferred upgrade combinations and acquire fame throughout the empire.
Posted: 27 FEB 2014
Qvadriga is coming to you on the 4th of March!
Posted: 22 OCT 2013
During the Roman Ludi, not only gladiatorial fights or theatrical plays entertained the public, but also the thrilling, fast and dangerous races of the aurigas driving their four-horse chariots: the quadrigas!
Release Date: 4 MAR 2014
Genre: Tactical, Sports
Turns: Real-Time, Turn-Based WEGO
Release Date: 30 JAN 2013
The new standalone expansion pack for the first historical strategy game on the PC to cover the Roman civil wars, Alea Jacta Est, is here! Birth of Rome covers the important and epic wars that led the Roman republic to unify Italy, then defeat Carthage over Sicily.