Tsawwassen, if I understand what you mean, has a purple thing dangling off its south border. That bit of land belongs to the USA, a little place called Point Roberts. Are you saying I should change it somehow?
I can't believe I forgot the army circle on Edmonds! I'll fix that when I re-do the circles to look like RjBeals' ones.
No bonus for ports, I'm cool with that. And Autodeploys sound good, plus the make games interesting. How did you come up with your bonuses?
If you look back to earlier versions of this map, Vancouver and Burnaby had more territories. Do we like it better with less, as it is now, or no?
I'll keep listening over the weekend and work out what I want to do. I'll have something to show for it next week.
oaktown wrote:Someday I'd like to see us create a city map that conveys the flavor of the city. New York doesn't do it, Montreal doesn't do it, Puget doesn't do it, San Francisco doesn't do it, and this map doesn't do it. Where are the landmarks, skylines, and other images that make Vancouver a special place?
Don't get me wrong - the work on this map to date is great. I love the color palette you've chosen, and it looks quite playable. But if you renamed it Santa Barbara, San Diego, Boston, Naples, Sydney, Victoria, Dublin, or any other coastal city, would anybody who didn't know the layout of the city know the difference?
the.killing.44 wrote:Psst … make a fictional "Oaktown" map — you can make the character, eh?
shakeycat wrote:Perhaps some locals can help me answer Oaktown's question - what is uniquely Vancouver that I can put in the map?
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