Aleena wrote:Supersized maps do not fit on the screen comfortably - they push the players names and current spoils info - right off the right side of the screen - so players will need to use a slide bar back and forth to look at everything - for this it is discouraged to be used here - and if one wants to - in needs to be pre-approved which is just another step in an all ready long progress (does not matter if you work on your map 20 hours a map or 20 hours a week - the system moves at it's own rate)
Since there are not many made - statistics will show they are played less - it is not a true measure of the possible quality or enjoyment value that one can make on an over-sized map.
I think the players (community) would love any well designed map - does not matter if it's small, average, large, super-sized - or multi-tiered - if it is designed and presented correctly - the players will enjoy it.
What you heard as the issue is correct and is the reason....
cairnswk wrote:i thought supersize was being discouraged again and that maps were going to be brought back down to standard size
although i notice that 5 Towers has just been relegated to Drafts
I never have a problem with a supersized map.. What size monitor do you use?
Aleena wrote:So yes in a small way super-size maps are discouraged - for they have an extra layer of approval to go through that the other maps do not....
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