A boardgame of world domination
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nwflyboy wrote:I've got a gigantic map I made. I think it plays well, but the game is v-e-r-y different when you've got a map that's many times larger than your monitor and consists of more provinces than you can shake a stick at.
It's 4400 x 3020 pixels, 255 territories and 14 continents. Some of the continents are pretty large (well, lots of things are large). And, for what it's worth, I think the map is fairly "pretty", too (but I'm probably not a good judge since I created it).
I'm happy to share it, but the file size is fairly daunting...it's about 14 megabytes (zipped).
heck yeah....you can possibly put it up on a file share service
if they can handle that large of file....if you have a real problem
let me know i might be able to do something on my site for it...
if you run..you'll only die tired
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Wanted to share a fun map with everyone that I've played recently.
It's called BUBBLE PLANE by Rob Werhand.
This map has became one of my favorites! The way he designed it makes it look simple but there are some FANTASTIC crossover territories which run into other continents and create a greater challenge.
Nice work Rob!
p.s. There are a lot of new maps that I haven't played yet from you guys - I'll be downloading them now
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Thanks for the support! I am glad you have enjoyed a few of my past maps. I fell off the designing bandwagon a couple of years ago, but I am hoping to design a few more this year....waiting for a Mac version of the program, as I moved over to Mac back in '07.
the space predator
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I love any map but only if it represent an other world.
My favorite are: