sannemanrobinson wrote:I like it, a small map with different gameplay.
sannemanrobinson wrote:You could skip some of the rules so the player doesnt have to read all the manual thats attached to it.
sannemanrobinson wrote:Highways are mostly redundant because regions already border each other (Zilma can attack Poprad without a highway).
sannemanrobinson wrote:Also if you draw a regional border around the capitals you might not have to explain that in the legend.
Oneyed wrote:sannemanrobinson wrote:You could skip some of the rules so the player doesnt have to read all the manual thats attached to it.
natty_dread wrote:Well, you need to be sure. That you think "no one cares about the copyright" isn't enough, you need to find out if the map is copyrighted or not. If it's in the public domain, or has a license that allows use for any purpose, then it's ok to use. Otherwise, not.
isaiah40 wrote:I like this one better as it doesn't look so cluttered. Much cleaner and readable!!
Oneyed wrote:this version 1 (original) has as background old wall map. I´ve asked at site where I downloaded background (they sale this map) if I can use it. the answer is yes, this map old about 30 years.
SaucyJack wrote:If I wanted to play a stacking game, I'd play Jenga.
Dukasaur wrote:I gotta say I love this map, and I hope you do it!
Dukasaur wrote:I gave a little gasp when I saw Beroun on the map; so many happy memories of my childhood!
Dukasaur wrote:I've never seen Beroun recognised as an objective on any map, in any game whatsoever, in all my many years of wargaming!
Dukasaur wrote:You really have to go ahead with it!
DoomYoshi wrote:The one with the authentic map background is a nice idea, but really sloppy looking.
DoomYoshi wrote:If there was a way to clean it up, it would be nicer.
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