Athens Treasure

Athens Treasure

Collect coins and gems as you match items of ancient Greece. King of Sparta, Leonidas promised to raise an army to stop the Persian troops of King Xerxes. Play twenty fun levels to raise the treasure for the army. Spin the wheel of fortune to try out your luck, earn the achievement of collector, merchant, treasurer, major, colonel and general.
 
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