Besides the title, nothing else is Persian in this game and
one wonders how come it was named "Persian Wars" afterall. It's not clear why this game was called "Persian Wars" since it
has nothing to do with Persians or Persia. If anyone knew please reply by email. Anyhow in "Persian Wars", You are
Sinbad, a wily opportunist, whose only goal is to find King Solomon's Ring. You have no qualms about changing sides (and consequently
the course of history), or even about betraying your allies in the pursuit of fortune and glory. The number of active characters
and structures amounted to more than 200-buildings of different nations, countryside settlements, forests, roads and bridges,
ancient ruins, secret places and artifacts. As far as the armed forces are concerned, they too appear to have demanded no
less effort in construction both as regards their quantity (there are about 100 types of unit) and their variety of form.