this is looking promising. the bonuses are on the high side, but i expect u'll adjust them when the gameplay is more fully developed.
australia, new zealand, new guinea and celebes are virtually the only places that have a recognisable outline. most of the other territories appear to be made up of little more than random dots. have u considered doing to most islands what i think u've already attempted for norfolk island, except on a bigger scale, i mean exaggerating the size of each island so that it's totally not to scale, but is large enough to have a distinct shape, character (for example, if u choose to draw mountains) and, importantly, colour? this means much more of the screen will become part of the playable area. http://www.norfolkisland.com.au/pages/map/
unrelated to this, norfolk island belongs to australia, not new zealand.
i see that u're having a bit of trouble with names in east indonesia. timor-leste (or east timor) is no longer occupied by indonesia, having gained a independence by 2002 in a very bloody struggle. rather than east indonesia, perhaps u can call this region east indies, if u can't find a better name. http://www.timor-leste.gov.tl/AboutTimo ... istory.htm
celebes and maluku are not names that are contemporary with each other. celebes is now known as sulawesi, while maluku was the moluccas, if u prefer historical names. http://www.bi.go.id/web/en/Ruang+Media/ ... +77205.htm
papua (formerly known as irian jaya), not west papua, is the name of the indonesian half of new guinea. west papua is a small section that was split off administratively from papua very recently. geographically, papua is part of melanesia, though it goes with indonesia politically. http://www.petra.ac.id/eastern/irian/
keep up the good work.