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Sands of the Coliseum

rated 4.47 / 5 stars
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May 24, 2012 | 10:31 AM EDT

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Challenge your friends and battle your way to the top of the Coliseum rankings in this action-packed Gladiator game !



Rated 4 / 5 stars

its pretty good


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Awesome and addicting!

I really like this game a lot. it has everything; from level up system to weapon upgrades as well as buying/hiring slaves. just epic.

I do however would like to see a few changes.

one would be that body should be EASIER to hit and limbs be harder. The body is a larger target and less feeble part of the body while the arms and legs are smaller and more feeble, thus they should be a bit harder to hit.

In the game, i can hit the limbs at a 87% success rate while the body only at 83%. Kinda doesn't make sense if you asked me. I think the only thing that is balance is the head, which is harder to hit because it smaller - that actually make sense!

you probably want to reveres the role of limbs and body because taking out the limbs is better than hitting the body as you can incapacitate a person, taking him/her out of the match easily.

overall, great game. wouldn't be surprise if this makes it to the app market!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Totally enjoyable. However, refreshing the page makes the store restock its stuff, which makes getting good equipment easy haha


Rated 5 / 5 stars

The slaves are very expensive!! but the game is awesome! i could be better if you make a shop with more powerfull items and less waiting time for new


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I feel like the most recent "patch" did a lot to fix the initial balance issues with the game. It's ultimately in an enjoyable state right now. My only issues left with the game is that there isn't a lot of strategy involved in it. Most of the time you are going to hammer on the weakest limb to quickly take down opponents. The game might be slightly more dynamic if there where ways to stun enemies, poison them, something to open up strategy a little more beyond simply whittling down HP bars.

The only other *minor* problem I have is that the character you create isn't really anything special; most of the slaves you can buy will wind up having superior stats even at level 1. It's sort of bothersome.

Those complaints aside, it's a fun game that's worth throwing an hour or two into.