does the sea look a bit darker near scandinavia and lighter in the south? can u make it lighter near scandinavia to contrast with the blue of the latter?
the army shadows are suitably subtle. even on the small version, they do not take over the map. are blue armies clearly distinguishable from scandinavian blue?
can u use internationally-recognised abbreviations for country names instead of made-up ones? below are links to both 2-letter and 3-letter iso codes. the 2-letter codes are in wider everyday use because of the internet, although the united nations uses the 3-letter codes. http://www.iso.org/iso/country_codes/is ... ements.htmhttp://www.un.org/Depts/Cartographic/en ... eoname.pdf
the one that most needs to change is liechtenstein, since lt
is the official 2-letter iso code for lithuania, which is also on the map (lt
is, for example, used as the lithuanian internet top-level domain code, while li
is liechtenstein's equivalent). http://www.liechtenstein.li/en/fl-staat-gemeinden-vaduz
five other abbreviations on our map are used by different territories as their official iso codes and these are given below.
sl: sierra leone
vc: saint vincent & the grenadines
connect the peloponnese peninsula to mainland greece by drawing in the isthmus of corinth on the eastern side, to the right of the army count. at the moment, the peloponnese looks too much like a med island. http://www.lonelyplanet.com/maps/europe/greece/
qwert wrote:I think that Malta,Crete and ciprus must be a part of mediteranean,and Grecce part of Balkan.
if we renamed the balkan states continent as north balkans, then do u think everyone would be satisfied?
transcontinental has 6 territories, of which 3 are border territories. i think +5 (+4 and +1 motherland) is too high: classic africa also has 6 territories, of which 3 are border territories, and is only +3, without the benefit of a sub-bonus as a stepping-stone.