Gladiatus - Hero of Rome: exciting gladiator battles for the iPad

Gladiatus – Hero of Rome: exciting gladiator battles for the iPad


Gladiatus - Hero of Rome: exciting gladiator battles for the iPad

Ancient Rome is going mobile: available immediately, the browser game Gladiatus is now on the iPad. The app, free for download in the app store, allows heroes of Rome new and old to face one another.

Using navigation bar adapted for the tablet, all of Gladiatus' information and actions can be accessed: the intuitive drag & drop controls also help new players get to grips with the game quickly.

Users of the browser version that already own a Gladiatus account can log in without issue with their data and from then on be able to play on the go or on the couch. New players can register quickly with a playername on the app directly and then head straight into the fray – the cross-platform fray: players on the browser and the app editions can face each other at any time.

On Gladiatus

A life of risks awaits players of free browser MMOG Gladiatus – Hero of Rome. Before a backdrop of ancient Rome, heroes face exciting expeditions against over one hundred unique opponents in battles for fame, honour and loot. More than a thousand item types beckon as rewards to brave gladiators from within sinister dungeons and in the arenas of Rome.

On Gameforge

With an impressive portfolio of around 20 titles and over 300 million registered players, Gameforge is the leading provider of massively multiplayer online games (MMOGs) in the western hemisphere. The internationally active corporate group, based in Karlsruhe, offers its online games in more than 50 languages. Its portfolio includes client-based game worlds such as AION, TERA, Europe’s most successful MMOG Metin2, 4Story, Runes of Magic, Elsword, Wizard101 and RaiderZ as well as browser-based online games such as the classic OGame, award-winning Ikariam and mobile games. The company employs approximately 600 staff members at its Karlsruhe and Berlin locations. Gameforge was founded by its CEO Alexander Rösner in 2003.

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