ckyrias wrote:ok a couple of quick notes.
the colours are too similar i think. also the annotation is a bit confusing but once the areas are more distinguishable then it won't matter really.
also a correction on legend. Hold aircraft 3 - bombard enemy naval forces
elbitjusticiero wrote:Well, I am a lurker too, but if you want comments, here they are: I like this map, and I think it would be very nice that this particular conflict was available for playing on the site. As an Argentinian, I know I would play it for fun, anyway.
About the Belgrano, well, it was an important element in the war, and it should be included along with subs, in my opinion. It could present some kind of strategic advantage when conquered, I think, so it would in some way parallel what happened in reality. But I haven't any specific suggestions about it.
Anyway, I just dropped to say that, yes, I would really like to have a Falklands/Malvinas map to play in CC.
TaCktiX wrote:Spelling correction:
- NavAl instead of navEl (unless you want a fleet that is having its crewmembers stare at their belly-buttons all the time, or has an unnatural obsession with citrus fruit)
On another tangent, the mountains look EXTREMELY plain, the woods look a little bit too speckled, like someone spilled a cut-up chia pet on your map, and the overall land texture looks like you took a bas relief or generic bump and applied it to the entire land area. I realize they're all graphical complaints, but hey.
TaCktiX wrote:The map is actually very clear, and clarity/consistency are my specialty. MarshalNey is the guy who breaks down your bonuses and makes you weep for mercy.
Gypsys Kiss wrote:I like this and look forward to playing it....
Interesting fact....did you know that HMS Sheffield and ARA Hercules were sisters and were built along side each other.
Victor Sullivan wrote:TaCktiX wrote:The map is actually very clear, and clarity/consistency are my specialty. MarshalNey is the guy who breaks down your bonuses and makes you weep for mercy.
It's why Marshal and I are such good friends
I'll have a look at this soon, too. Got a lot going on at the moment!
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