It is a strategy video game developed by Ensemble Studios and released by Microsoft Game Studios. It was released in North America on October 30, 2002, and in Europe a week later.
|FULL NAME:||Age of Mythology|
|FILE SIZE||1.8 GB|
Age of Mythology, like most strategy games, is focused on destroying enemy units and cities, building your units and towns, and training villagers and warriors. Players can take down and conquer rival cities and empires in this manner. Players progress their tribe through four ‘Ages’: beginning in the Archaic Age, the player can also upgrade to the Classical Age, the Heroic Age, and finally, the Mythic Age. Each upgrade to a higher age activates the player’s new units and technologies, strengthening their settlement. However, upgrading involves the payment of a sum of funds and the construction of a certain prerequisite building.
Age of Mythology is a spin-off from the Age of Empires series, it took some of its influence from Greek, Egyptian, and Norse mythology, and legends, rather than from real historical events. Several gameplay elements are similar to the Age of Empires series. The campaign follows an Atlantean admiral, Arkantos, who is forced to travel through the lands of the three civilizations of the game, searching for cyclops who are in alliance with Poseidon against the Atlantis.
Age of Mythology was successful commercially, going platinum after selling over one million units four months after its release. In 2003, an expansion pack, Age of Mythology: The Titans followed, and Era of Mythology: Extended Edition was released via Steam on May 8, 2014, for Windows.
What is a ROM?
ROM means (Read-only memory) it is a kind of non-volatile memory that cannot be altered after a system is developed. So a ROM is useful for storing software that won’t be altered in the life cycle of the device and is mostly used for video games.
What Emulator to use to run this ROM?
If you want to play the Age of Mythology on your mobile device or your PC, you will to download and install an NDS or Nintendo DS Emulator such as Drastic DS Demo; it is an Emulator that is available on Android. Another good Emulator you could also consider is DeSmuME; this NDS Emulator works perfectly on Windows, so you’ll have the option to play the game on your PC.
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