Caesar's dead, and now Gameloft's calling on gamers to form alliances and go to war over who should rule in his place. Sure, Caesar's death could cause some of us to question whether someone other than a general should have a shot at governance, but now's not the time for such hesitation. This is the time for Total Conquest.
Total Conquest is a top-down strategy game that centers around building a province and defending it from attack with towers, traps, walls, and soldiers. There are ten different types of units available to train and upgrade, but without forging alliances with nearby players, don't expect to last for long.
That's right, Total Conquest emphasizes online play. Players can team up to form Legions and fight to increase how high their alliance ranks. Though, if you rather play alone, there's still a solo game available.
The game is free to download and easy to pick up and play, but keep your eyes peeled for pleas to sign into social networks and other freemium traps. This is Gameloft we're talking about.