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Post news RSS Marble Age: Remastered is coming on Steam on November 3rd, 2020

Teleport to Ancient Greece, choose your city, and exploit its strongest traits to take over the world!

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Marble Age: Remastered is coming out on November 3rd on Steam! Try a free demo version and if you liked it, add to your wishlist.

Situated in Ancient Greece, Marble Age: Remastered offers players to explore its early history through one of three famous Greek city-states: Athens, Corinth, or Sparta. Each city has unique gameplay, where Athens relies on its excellent diplomacy, Sparta — on its powerful army, and Corinth — on its endless money. The game covers over 3000 years of history of Ancient Greece, starting from the earliest prehistoric settlements to the creation of the cross-continental Empire.

While being more casual, Marble Age: Remastered stays as packed with the historical data as the studio’s previous releases Predynastic Egypt and Egypt: Old Kingdom.

Choose your way to expand your influence!

There is nothing money can't buy, the only question is how much are you ready to pay, isn't that right? If you agree, you definitely should choose Corinth! This insanely wealthy city was located at the crossroads of the most important trading routes of Ancient Greece. With the right leader (a.k.a. you) this city won't need a strong army or skillful diplomats, it simply can buy all of it! Even the whole of Ancient Greece and Europe.

Corinth for IndieDB

Or would you prefer building a prosperous city-state and persuade the neighbors to form an alliance? Athens is your choice! A special set of technologies allow Athens to perfect the skill of diplomacy. Wealth might be a powerful thing, but Athens has just the right leverage to make any neighbor more agreeable!


Are you more of a militaristic leader? Sparta will be honored to have you as their ruler! Instill the iron discipline among the citizens of Sparta and harvest the fruits of your efforts when the whole of Ancient Greece and Europe will kneel in front of the most powerful and loyal army.

Sparta For IndieDB


  • Experience Ancient Greece from the POV of 3 different cities - Athens, Sparta, or Corinth;
  • Overcome ten real historical challenges, from the Dorian Invasion to the Unification of Europe!
  • Wisely manage your resources to make the most of them!
  • Explore, Expand, Exploit, Exterminate — Marble Age is a bite-sized 4X strategy, available for nearly any PC!

Athens Tech tree

Tech requirements:

  • OS — Windows 7 and above
  • CPU — 2Ghz
  • Graphics card — DirectX 10
  • RAM — 2MB
  • Storage — 300MB+


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C.Konstantine - - 75 comments

This looks cute, though a bit cartoonish, it seems like it's a "lite" take on sim/strategy game. Why isn't it available as a non-steam game though?

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clarusvictoria - - 3 comments

We are going to release it on mobile platforms as well, later. And our games are DRM-free. What exactly do you mean by "non-steam" game?

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C.Konstantine - - 75 comments

That's good to hear as it looks perfectly poised to fill a specific need, (the "lite" strategy/sim I mentioned above) while also being interesting and engaging at the same time.
I checked your site to get some more info, both on the game and studio, and I noticed that for PC it is only available through steam. No DRM is great, and you have my support for that, but I would love to see it available on other exchanges, GoG, Humble, Itchio, all are available and I don't need to log into a client to play a game. You could also offer it for sale direct through your site, I prefer supporting smaller studios in the way when the option is available as it means they don't need to pass a cut of the proceeds to someone else. As a player/gamer I'm in the minority, (most are fine with steam only), but I assure you I'm not a minority of one.

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Perok - - 44 comments

I wouldn't call it 4x, it's more of a management game but it looks really nice and polished!

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