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Caesar III Cheats - PC

Caesar III
Game Description:For those of you who never played the original Caesar, or the even better Caesar II, you should know that this is a game of construction. If you need a comparison, it most closely resembles SimCity--some fans even call it SimRome. In Caesar III, you take on the job of a provincial governor in the Roman Empire, trying to extend the borders of Roman civilization and raising a great city out of the pagan dust. You build roads, clear forests, and plunk down virtually every kind of building and structure that was common in cities 2,000 years ago, all while fighting off the occasional barbarian horde and trying to make a profit on the venture.
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Caesar III Cheats

  • Get More Money, If Currently Less Than 5000 Denari

    Push the Right Mouse Button on a well. Push ALT + K, and submit the code to enable that particular cheat code. Certain versions of the game require CTRL to be pressed in addition to ALT.

    Code: ALT + C

  • Instant Victory

    Push the Right Mouse Button on a well. Push ALT + K, and submit the code to enable that particular cheat code. Certain versions of the game require CTRL to be pressed in addition to ALT.

    Code: ALT + V

  • Edit the module c3

    Go to dig make it read -100 000 (Cost).You can now sell land.

  • Customize your game

    When editing a game file remember to create a backup copy before you begin. Use your text editor to alter the "c3_model" file in the game directory. By altering this file, the cost of objects may be changed (lower or free), improve desirability, and lower

  • Get mystery goods

    If a cart pusher gets to a warehouse to export some goods when there is none, he will still get a load and they will pay for it.

  • Get quick soldiers

    Put a barrack in a location so it is not connected to roads, and thus not accessible to workers. Quickly place additional barracks in similar locations to quickly produce soldiers.

 

 

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