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Earth 360x180 - Gigantic map 2016-10-05

Earth 360x180 - Gigantic map

  1. Math_slz
    This is a really gigantic earth map: 360x180.

    I really love to work with earth maps... make them takes a lot of work, a lot of time, but I think they worth it.

    It has 18 civs, most of then ancient or from the middle ages, in their real starting location: Bizantines, Romans, Vikings, Greeks, Babylon, Arabian, Egypt, Carthage, Malinense, Persian, Mongol, Indian, Chinese, Khmer, Japanese, Aztec, Incan and Mayan.

    But it has space for many more civs.

    I did not put barbarian cities.

    Anyway, maybe there are some things to improve, just call me here :):) Thanks

    Images

    1. civafrica_cwc.png
    2. civeuropa_W5W.png
    3. civamn_236.png
    4. civams_41p.png
    5. civasia_28i.png
    6. civpacific_eH6.png

Recent Reviews

  1. Jorgen1974
    Jorgen1974
    3/5,
    Version: 2016-10-05
    The Map itself is well made, but in ways of playability not so, since there is no way of transfer food to one place or another, there should be a lot more resource plots on the map. Second I think it would be a way better improvement if civilisations like spain, france, germany, USA to fill the earth, since there is not implemented that CIvs appear later on the map, so either add barbarian city states that one could conquer or/and add more civs, but it will take a lot of work to make this map a well playable map.
  2. CuriousMe
    CuriousMe
    4/5,
    Version: 2016-10-05
    I've just begin to play at this map, and can't rate it correctly, but out of respect for the work done by the author I give a grade of 4.
    4 but not five, because there are a bit of mistakes on map, which I found for now, such as:
    - malinese kechua warrior in incas' mountains at the start of game
    - corn at Indochinese Peninsula
    - open tiles (for some civs) scattered all over the map
  3. Imaus
    Imaus
    4/5,
    Version: 2016-10-05
    The expansive space really allows civilizations to flourish without immediately squishing into one another. Everything feels to flow on a gigantic scale flawlessly.