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Sean O'Connor's Games • View topic - __ Your FAVORITE MAP(s) !?!?!? __
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__ Your FAVORITE MAP(s) !?!?!? __

PostPosted: Wed Sep 22, 2004 1:51 pm
by _CRUSH_
What are your Favorite Conquest maps and why ?
I'm hoping this will give some momentum and direction to those
of us creating maps.

A few maps I've played often from others are:

* King Of The Hill, by Rob Werhand - I love the strategy of this map! Must
have played it 30 times ... seriously.

* Bandor, by David Naglee - It's put together very well for my taste,
still one of my favorite maps to play.

* Khoras, by Sid6.7 - GIGANTIC! I didn't think I'd enjoy this map
when I first loaded it, but the size of the map makes it difficult
to keep up with all the players and their direction.

* Di'Mul_Jar, by Ekij - This person creates some nice graphics, maps
are enjoyable to view and play.

There are many more, but those maps and reasons stick out for the
moment. I've actually played every map on Sean's site ... at least twice.

A few of my own:

#04 BLOCKERS - One of my earliest maps and still one of my favs.
The WORMHOLE territories keep it interesting for me.

#16 SPACE - I enjoy the WORMHOLE and NEGATIVE territories. This
map includes both.

#28 SKULL - This can be a tough one if you don't begin strong.

#41 PURPLE - One of my smaller scale maps, I've played this one from
many different angles and still never beat it quickly.

I've just begun working on a few new maps again - thanks to John
Fowler's MAP EDITOR program - I'm finding it's quicker than ever
to create them.

Take Care,





_MIKE_

map review

PostPosted: Wed Sep 22, 2004 10:51 pm
by sid6.7
i have not done all the maps yet maybe 40%?
so i'll kinda review later tonight/tomorrow those i have not seen....

if anyone one wants it i have done a map of greyhawk d&d
i'll only privately mail it as its a very well known copyrighted
map and i dont like the idea of posting it anywhere....

PostPosted: Thu Sep 23, 2004 1:50 am
by _CRUSH_
.
Hi Sid, I'd like to check out your new map - you have my email - Thanks!










_MIKE_

maps

PostPosted: Thu Sep 23, 2004 8:17 pm
by sid6.7
okay i've reviewed quite a few more and here is
my first list...it will change....

recommendations for you to play: 1 human 5 computers
all settings for computer players set to extreme...

#1 any of the box series by crush
these are just plain different so thats why i like them

#2 di'mul_j by ekij and nightmare by mattR
it was a nice well rounded artistic map
nightmare was just too cool well thought
out and just not a normal map...

#3 space,solar and trillian by crush
very artistic and trillian was a bloody battle

#4 esterbro by dmn and tyrania by dustwhirl
neat and real looking fictious worlds..

#5 illinois by kozwolski and japan by JJ
illinois was a hard fight i liked it for that
japan was even harder and VERY artisitc
it took me a few tries before i won one

#6 volcano by ekij and massachusetts by fowler
another ekij map well done and nice 30 minute
map....massachusetts was very well done i have
not won this one yet...

my maps in order of preference:

after all the above:

KHORAS
cuase i made it hard to follow so your
kinda edgy when playing it....it is kinda easy to
get into a corner though and work your way out
ithria is very hard to hold i might say...

Greyhawk
i like it becuase it was just fun to play it
with armies rather then RPG's and of course
its a real RPG world with a history and such...

Akin Kaway
kinda neat and i love the filipino people
and thier style so if you a filipino or filipino lover
heres your map! one spot is not connected
for a continient value so you got to work to keep
it and its almost worthless!

Htrae
you might like it i did a reverse earth
a what if land were water theme...take a look

Lirot,Nnyrk,China 1937,slegh,drak
all about the same nothing fancy
on nnyrk i made one continient
not connected so its hard to hold.
drak can be fun and the islands are
hard to hold drak is a real online world..

breminor
kinda easy but its a real neat online world

PostPosted: Fri Sep 24, 2004 2:04 am
by _CRUSH_
Thanks for the map comments : )

Japan, Trillian Way and Twin Volcano ... good additions Sid!

Thanks for the GREYHAWK map - just recieved it & will try to
play a game on it this weekend.


p.s. nice twist with the HTRAE map ! I knew there was something
interesting with that map - just couldn't place it *





_CRUSH_

4D Hypercube

PostPosted: Fri Sep 24, 2004 6:46 pm
by BoxZone_Author
People seem to have enjoyed Ekij's first two maps (Di'Mul_Jar and Twin Volcano) I'm interested to know has anyone tried (and if tried enjoyed) Ekij's thrid map '4D Hypercube'?

I don't think it's on Seans page but you can download it from
www.btinternet.com/~boxzone/Conquest_Maps

_ 4-D hypercube map _

PostPosted: Wed Oct 06, 2004 12:18 pm
by _CRUSH_

PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2004 11:34 am
by MattR

_ MATT R. _

PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2004 11:40 pm
by _CRUSH_
Hi Matt, Thanks for the cool comments guy !

I'm just online for a moment - not enough time to regard your entire
post - but wanted to say I agree with much of what you posted on the
different styles of maps and play.

I also enjoy some of the smaller maps - the PURPLE map and RED map
are two which I've played many times ((again - it's easier to grab
many territories instead of trying to hold continents ))

I have played your AussiWorld and Nightmare Inn - the latter was a
brainstorm to play the first time! There's no rushing that game : )
Good Work Matt, can't wait to see the NCC-1701 !

There are 6 or 7 new maps I've recently sent to Sean - should be up
soon - hope you enjoy them *

p.s. Crashing Corners was an original idea - Much credit to Jeff S.!
Take Care,

_MIKE_







.

Speaking of not being in a rush...

PostPosted: Fri Oct 15, 2004 3:05 pm
by MattR
Mike,

You did pretty good with Red. It catches you off gaurd because there are so many continent connections. At first glance it appears the "defendable boarders strategy" is best. You think you are well defended, then an opponent knocks a hole in your defense - you try to plug that hole and here comes someone else from the other side. I picked up two losses before I got a win.

"Speaking of not being in a rush...", if you thought Nightmare Inn took a long time, wait till you try NCC-1701-D (not to be confused with NCC-1701 by Brian Donnelly). I think I went a little overboard on this one...

Well, I see Sean has posted a bunch of new maps, so I'd better get to work.

-Matt

cool and bummer

PostPosted: Fri Oct 15, 2004 5:44 pm
by sid6.7
someone beat me to doing the earthsea map!
i was kinding holding back cause it would have been huge
but now that i look at this earthsea map i see it did not
have to be...well done...

gonna look at all the new ones today...thanks map makers...


did anyone use CME to make thier maps?

_ T.N.G. & DISCWORLD maps !!!!!!! _

PostPosted: Fri Oct 15, 2004 10:05 pm
by _CRUSH_
Matt, Sid, Stewart & others ---

Thanks Matt, glad you enjoyed the 'RED' map!

As for your new NCC-1701-D map - It's going to be the first new map
I play ! It looks ... tricky ... to say the least ; )

Thanks for putting that one out there. I'm a fan of that particular series
with Patrick Stewart. The 'history' you included on the map is a nice
addition too.

Sid, I've used the Conquest Map Editor (CME) by John Fowler on a
couple of the new maps - I think he's created a useful tool.
I'm planning on sending a donation his way.

Stewart, nice to see another DiscWorld fan in the Conquest realm !
Will there be an ANKH-MORPORK map in the future from you !?

Thanks to everyone for the new maps -
I'll return with more feedback after I've had a chance to play them all !








_MIKE_

_ one more map _

PostPosted: Sat Oct 16, 2004 12:31 am
by _CRUSH_
*

I just realized that I have one more map which hasn't been posted
yet - entitled ON TARGET - if you're interested just send me an
email and I'll pass it along. (crush_conquest@yahoo.com)










_MIKE_

Conquest Map Editor

PostPosted: Sat Oct 16, 2004 2:25 am
by MattR
I used the Conquest Map Editor on my most recent map. It was very handy after I got familiar with it.

Tierras del Oeste2 WOW - one of the best all time maps...

-Matt

PostPosted: Wed Dec 22, 2004 2:34 am
by JonManning