isaiah40 wrote:Territory names are hard to see, you will need to either have them black , or place a dark out glow on them. I prefer making them black.
ManBungalow wrote:A good idea, I like it.
However, a few issues;
*The Secretaries/Press losing condition is quite strange. These only really work if it's something which you can force upon your opponent, like having no bases on Antarctica. I guess it prevents somebody who has one bonus from moving into the other, but...eh. Also, what if you hold Secretaries and you want to eliminate a player who holds Press corps? Maybe this is a strategy element, but it could be very irritating.
*The Karen/Lionel/Cole door is super weird.
*Some regions (Yuri, Igor, Zak etc) may be too small to fit army numbers in (particularly on the small image) while still making the coloured star clear.
*Making the walls thicker may make the doors stand out more, but I don't really know about this one.
*I'm looking now at the bonuses...
...how easy is it going to be to take any given bonus, particularly as many of the regions in a bonus have only one border (to the hallway)?
...how would you defend a bonus? You'd either have to split your troops between each region bordering the hallway, or make a stack on one region and use it to intimidate potential attackers. This is interesting, but input from others would be good.
*Spelling error on Visiting Deligation (Visiting Delegation).
*The coloured stars of the Press corps are a little difficult to make out.
*The sentence "Hallways connect to all rooms of them." doesn't really make sense. In fact, I'm not really sure you need to point the hallway borders out at all, as it will be self-evident when the troops are on the image and the doors are all there anyway.
That's about it, good luck with your map.
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