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The Emperor Game

The Emperor of Rome Game gives players the opportunity to act as a Roman Emperor.
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The Emperor of Rome Game gives players the opportunity to act as a Roman Emperor. Choose to be Augustus—the visionary, Claudius—the unlikely ruler, or Nero—the colorful eccentric, and learn about the strengths and weaknesses of each. Make both personal and professional decisions that will affect the millions of people under your reign. Will the reign be successful? Find out by playing The Emperor Game.

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