natty_dread wrote:Well, the subject seems kinda obscure... how many people on CC are going to know where Bratislava is or what their gangs do?
natty_dread wrote:Anyway, if it's done in an interesting way, with good graphics and gameplay, it might work. There are worse subjects for a map.
natty_dread wrote:The gameplay seems ok on a first glance,
natty_dread wrote:the visual style seems a bit dull though, could use a bit more spicing up.
natty_dread wrote:Also, you might want to start from the large map image... it'll be much easier later on to make the small image from the large than the other way around.
Industrial Helix wrote:Gangs of Bratislava? I dunno, I agree with Natty. When I think Bratislava I don't really think of their gang problem or now if they really have any.
Industrial Helix wrote:If you want to do Bratislava, I suggest going with a standard Bratislava theme map and drop the gangs.
Oneyed wrote:theme is Gentle Revolution in November 1989. communists with state police against dissidents and people.
natty_dread wrote:That sounds much more interesting. There's a historical aspect to it and all... I like it. There are not many historical city maps on CC, so there's certainly room for more.
DiM wrote:i think velvet revolution sounds better even though both names are correct. velvet seems more .. poetic
Industrial Helix wrote:For example, I do not understand the significance of the gas stations.Were gas stations important for the revolutionaries to travel throughout Bratislava? If so, you should try adjusting the legend to say something like this: gas stations are important for dissidents to travel throughout the city, as they provide fuel. Gas stations attack adjacent gas stations and revert to neutral one. Otherwise if the gas stations are not significant to the revolution then you could use sections of the road in the place of all gas stations
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