You arrived in Rome by submarine to rebuild the monuments.
After you rebuilt all the monuments, you will travel by a chariot to Berlin.
- Knight's head
When you complete all the levels
- Master Builder:
- 100% City:
This city contains 196 levels, consists of 120 normal levels, 56 side-levels, and 20 Helping Hand levels.
|1||St. Peter's Basilica||1-10||650,000||1,200,000||-||15|
|The priceless paintings in the basilica's interior are not paintings at all. The walls are covered with tiny bits of glass that appear to be paint.|
|Working on the Sistine Chapel was so grueling Michelangelo wrote a poem to a friend about his misery. The immortal artist penned: "I've already grown a goiter from this torture." It is not known if his friend advised him not to quit his day job.|
|3||Piazza del Popolo||21-30||550,000||500,000||-||20|
|Pope Paschal II agreed to chop down a tree growing on the evil Emperor Nero's grave when locals complained it was sheltering "demonic black crows." He then built the Church of Santa Maria del Popolo in its place.|
|Rome's version of Central Park offers a working replica of the Globe Theater. But you’ll have to brush up on your Italian to enjoy Shakespeare in the Park — there are no performances in English.|
|5||National Museum of Rome||41-50||160,000||650,000||1,000,000||15|
|The museum's collection features the summer dining room of Livia Drusilla, notorious wife of Emperor Augustus. Given her reputation for poisoning the wine of guests, visitors are perhaps more welcome today.|
|Legend has it that throwing three coins in this fountain leads to love. This might be one reason why the fountain rakes in nearly $650,000 in coins a year for charity.|
|This Ancient Roman monument is built of a material oddly similar to modern concrete. The explanation that it was built by time travelers has not held up to speculation.|
|Piazza Navona sits on the site of Circus Agonalis, Rome's first permanent venue for competitive athletics, drawing nearly 20,000 fans. This might have made ancient parking a challenge.|
|9||Piazza del Campidoglio||81-90||650,000||650,000||650,000||15|
|Legend has it that during the celebration of his triumph, Julius Caesar climbed the Capitolium hill to the Temple of Jupiter on his knees in order to avert an unlucky omen. This groveling did not prevent the Ides of March and his eventual murder.|
|A few of the temples in the Forum are dedicated to people instead of gods. Romans believed that building a temple to themselves made them deities as well. No word on if any modern figures share this belief.|
|The last gladiatorial fights occurred in 435 CE. The fights stopped for a very modern reason – maintaining the spectacle became too expensive.|
|Nero's stunning palace was planned before the great fire of Rome – which led to a rumor that he secretly allowed the fire to spread to make room. While never proven, it does seem to be a bit of a coincidence.|
- - Intern (Tier 1)
- - Architect (Tier 2)
- - Master Builder (Tier 3)
- Bold - Side-levels
Special item quotes
Helping Hand levels
This track plays while on the city map. File:GD-Rome Audio.ogg
Quotes by Sam
- "Ciao, Roma!"
- "Get ready to rock Rome!"
- "Welcome to romantic Rome!"
- Some landmarks in this city, are located in Vatican City.