drunkmonkey wrote:I've been playing this map for a while, and just noticed that Village Witch is misspelled as "Vilage Witch". Not sure how difficult cosmetic changes are after quenching, or if this one is even worth the trouble, but I thought I'd point it out.
natty_dread wrote:I was wrong
BigFuzzyBunny wrote:The map "Middle Ages" is a good map, but is nearly impossible to play as player 2 (green). I suggest lightening the background green so that there is more contrast between the green armies and the map graphics. I have 2 games going on it, and am getting a headache from squinting trying to decipher where my armies are.
BigFuzzyBunny wrote:I am on a Mac monitor at 1920x1200 resolution and about 98% brightness.
MrBenn wrote:BigFuzzyBunny wrote:I am on a Mac monitor at 1920x1200 resolution and about 98% brightness.
Nobody needs to have 98% brightness on their monitor!
BigFuzzyBunny wrote:Could we simply put a semi-transparent white circle behind the "troop spots" (or whatever the term might be)?
natty_dread wrote:I think the problem might be that JPG files are not displayed the same way in Macs and PC:s, due to different monitor standards... and most people here in the foundry use PC:s.
thenobodies80 wrote:Already tested on a Mac ...no problems at all.
I forgot to check what resolution/brightness settings I have on that machine, but I can do it tomorrow. (at work )
I was thinking...what do you think about modifying your Middle Ages map to limit a max of two palaces per person? This will only affect 2 player games. Right now, in 2 player games, each person starts with 4 palaces, which takes away a lot of strategy because my opponent is on the palaces that I'm not on. With the change, it would be more of a hunt, so to speak. What do you think?
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