Gladiator: Road to Colosseum

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About this game

The Romans call you many names. A slave. A gladiator. A champion. Who and what will you be? You decide. Conquer the arena, navigate petty Roman politics and etch your name in the annals of Rome! Or die trying.

"Gladiator: Road to the Colosseum" is a 220,000 word interactive novel by Foong Yi Zhuan, where your choices control the story. It's entirely text-based—without graphics or sound effects—and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

• Play as male or female; gay or straight.
• Battles against slaves, gladiators and even wild animals!
• Manage relationships with your friends and enemies, rig a vote or poison a foe!
• Navigate the complicated (and petty) politics of the Roman Senators.
• Unique character tracking system and story that makes each playthrough different!
• Find love amidst the madness of the arena, even in the most desperate of places!
• Fight your way to the Colosseum, through the greatest games the world has ever seen!

Fight for your freedom and etch your name in the annals of Rome!
Updated on
Dec 6, 2023

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Location, App activity and 2 others
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Location, Personal info and 4 others
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Ratings and reviews

562 reviews
A Google user
January 18, 2019
in strong need of save points. Once you master a section, it's tedious to get back to where you were. My pattern is that I tend to die in new sections, trying to stay in character and failing, then have to work back there to choose the 'right' choices. The further I get, the more ground I have to cover again. Not fun, which is disappointing because the story is interesting. Also, it's a little weird for the narrator to address my character directly.
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October 10, 2022
This one is a lot of fun. It's a bit railroaded in terms of the narrative, but the diversity of how choices affect the immediate story makes that just fine. I think it is hilarious that there is an achievement for cheating. Unpacking and modifying these games is fairly straightforward, so it's definitely doable. My only issue with the game is that some choices to disobey lead to immediate death forcing you to start over. It's sometimes hard to know which ones will do this.
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A Google user
February 13, 2019
this game was fun for me, I enjoyed the ingenuity in storytelling, however It lacked the much desired romance that i had anticipated from every character. All I received was a page and a half, nothing more. The choices were insignificant and the story remained linear regardless, although exciting upon first glance this game lacks replay value. Additionally, a save point would have helped a lot. This game also lacked the ability to romance the same sex if that's desired, to some its irksome
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