This is a map I made of the world using the wide world atlas. It consists of 8 different civilizations including the North Americans, South Americans, South Polians, Northern Europeans, Southern Europeans, Africans, Australians, & and Asians. Your Task is to successfully defeat the nations of the world and place wonders where there town centers were. You must also protect the President of the United States If he dies so do you. Another task will be to build a Temple on the top of the water fall in the Far East. Good luck (br> The gameplay goes pretty well the Northern Europeans and Southern Europeans are very territorial especially over the gold, The nothern Europeans and Africans build up pretty fast and take over all of africa and Europe theres a battle in the begining and the southern europeans get slaughtered the aussies and the south polians build up pretty good with ships and cavarly but The Africans go everywhere including australia. The South americans and Asians build up slow but they soon have armies as well. (br> I hope u enjoy the game I love it and enjoyed building it Have fun thanks for playing my scenario. Multiplayer also : Yes
This is really a 8-player multiplayer scenario with some minor tweaks to make it a single player game. All computer players start in Stone Age, 3 vills and High Resources while you start in Stone Age, 3 vills, a hero and Low Resources. The instructions claim you need to destroy all town centers and build a wonder where they were as well as building a temple above the waterfall in China. The problem is, the spot for building in China is only one square so it's impossible to fulfill that victory condition. So, conquest becomes the actual victory condition. Everyone is enemies with everyone else so the computer will take out some players for you. Otherwise, it's a nice map to practice multiplayer strategies although the on map resources are very high with tons of shore fishing and trees available. It plays like a large islands map and controlling the water is important. One computer player did use a transport to land troops on my island so that was nice - sometimes computers never do that and it becomes boring. The map is the best part of this scenario. It is a very accurate reproduction of the globe which must have taken a long time to perfect - I know because I've tried to make maps like this and it is quite difficult. :^) All the civs are named after their starting position - like I was North Americans. Even out player one and this is a fabulous multiplayer map! Great job!