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Hannibal: Terror of Rome Announced

Ageod announces Hannibal: Terror of Rome, an upcoming standalone expansion for Alea Jacta Est, which does not required the base version of the strategy game to play. As the title indicates, the new game will hop on the back of an elephant along with Hannibal to take the alpine shortcut to the second Punic War. The expansion does not yet have a release date, but they promise hundreds of hours of solo and PBEM multiplayer gameplay when it arrives. Here's a description:

Hannibal: Terror of Rome offers a comprehensive level of detail and historical accuracy. This is a true simulation that puts you in the place of the main commanders of the Ancient World. You’re in charge of building, managing, organizing and maneuvering armies, whilst taking into account the economic, military and political situation. And do not forget that other factions are following their own interests and are likely to join conflicts or take benefits from the wars you will wage.

This expansion is particularly focused on the smaller states and tribes (Capua, Taranto, Macedonia, Numidia, Syracuse, and Gallic and Hispanic tribes) which were key allies to the biggest factions vying for supremacy in multiple theaters of operations.

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