I've played Caesar IV many times, but only after checking these screenshots I realise how little care I've always given to my cities.
These screenshots are freaking amazing, I'm in so much awe.
So much that I only just registered to comment this.
Posted on 04/30/17 @ 03:28 PM
Yes, I do absolutely agree with KiLotr.
How much planning must have been involved in here?! I mean, I'm always starting my cities with the intention to make it look nice and tidy, but when it's evolving it never turns out this... I don't even have the right word for that. Yes, I'm in awe, too.
Posted on 01/29/19 @ 11:39 PM
Greetings from Costa Rica, Central America. Great job. I had a lot of fun playing this perfect scenario. Thank you for your time invested, you have made me very happy and have updated this game so loved by me for years. Certainly I have never been a Caesar but thanks to your work my work was more bearable. Finally I was deposed, but it does not matter, because many years passed, I increased the aqueducts, I improved the food reserves, I gave work to all, I won and lost military campaigns, I made new villas, I honored the gods, I increased the culture and I exploited the clay and the gold, the population increased a little, but the problem of making the remaining areas attractive was difficult for me. It was a nice Administration, and I hope to return on this entertaining
city, that simply was colossal. Best regards.