Ruben Cassar wrote:Does the legend follow some kind of order? I don't think it starts from a region and moves clockwise does it? I am finding the order a bit confusing.
Kaplowitz wrote:I really like the trees, and the map in general...but i dont like the bridges.
TaCktiX wrote:I know you're excited to get updates out and all, but exercise a little version patience.
Incandenza wrote:I like the idea of Fort Sumter being able to bombard surrounding coastal areas, it'll give the map that little something extra...
Ruben Cassar wrote:Does the legend follow some kind of order?
ZeakCytho wrote:Could you make the water a bit darker? More...water colored? Keep it lighter closer to land and darker farther away, but darken the whole thing.
ZeakCytho wrote:Could you flip the colors of north and south St. James Island?
There's a typo in the East Ashley in the legend.
TaCktiX wrote:Separating John's Island Park (add those apostrophes and fix the spelling mistakes I noted last post, fool!) from its own continent is bad gameplay in the making. Perhaps change the trees to separate Miller Hill from John's Island Park?
Sorry man - I would have liked it also, but I just couldn't get it to work.edbeard wrote:I kinda miss that boat you had on the old version
Optimus Prime wrote:I think the trees are a pretty good start for the impassable borders. Although, perhaps mix them up just a little bit as far as color and style are concerned. Make it look more like a real forest, a few with pointy tops, a few with rounded tops, and a variation of different shades of green perhaps? Nothing too drastic, just break up the repetitive round shape of the tree-tops a little bit.
TaCktiX wrote:That's the shape of the state, and is good. I think the star could be less prominent, as it gives a "cheese" look to the map that doesn't really suit Charleston's historic character. Perhaps age that?
AndyDufresne wrote:The words "Charleston, South Carolina" have no hook for me. --Andy
RjBeals wrote:Hmmm.. Maybe change the title to Low Country ? Or are you speaking of the actual city. Charleston is not as famous as LA or New York, but if the game is fun, you're down? Any comments so far on the style? Or I guess your style is to wait until the foundry picks it over, then comment
RjBeals wrote:Ruben Cassar wrote:Does the legend follow some kind of order?
Not really. It's kind of Left to Right. Would you think a minimap would work better with so many different shades of colors?
Incandenza wrote:I think calling it anything but Charleston would be a mistake.
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