Pharaoh + Cleopatra
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Pharaoh + Cleopatra is a Strategy, City Building, Simulation, and Single-player video game developed by Impressions Games. Throughout the game, the player comes to experience the golden times of Egypt from the era of the great pyramids to the final years of the New Kingdom.
The player has to interlink with every aspect of the Egyptian culture, such as trading, religion, commercial, social, economic, and many other factors. The player starts with a poorly developed city, and over time, he has to convert it into an advanced town. The player must make a strong economic city, harvest crops to make revenue, and trade goods for the in-game currency.
Using the ultimate and the greatest Egyptian structure, the player has to build it in the way that the generations can rule this dynasty. The player can use many city construction kits to create the perfect Egyptian city with the desired structure or follow the pre-defined mechanism.