A maze-like path of cliffs leads you from one corner of the map to the other. Along the way you will battle 7 opponents of different levels of development. If you like your battles long and bloody this one is for you! Do read the hints for important info. NOTE:Those with less than a P-200 or equevilant may want to pass on this one, very demanding on your system. Lot's of units on the map. Multiplayer also : ; ; ; No
A-Mazing adventure is a huge battle scenario in which the player must fight through several discrete cells filled with enemies. You being in a safe area with a limited supply of untapped resources. You must eventually attack a massive tool army. Soon, you find a few bronze units added to the mix. The tool army is quickly replaced by hoplites, cavalry, composite bowmen, and other units from the third age. Iron units, mainly siege engines and priests, are added near the end of the first half. After this, you must defeat a large iron age armada. Finally, you must land in a narrow pass to attack the enemy towns, guarded by a seemingly endless supply of super units, including legions, armored elephants, and priests. The author obviously took a fair amount of time on the map, though it was not quite good enough for a five. I would have rated this scenario hard, rather than moderate, due to the absolute vastness of the enemy army, and the way units were combined. There was some creativity in the idea, but overall, very little was shown in this scenario. playability was low, since huge battles tend to get boring after a while, if the player is not in direct danger of losing, and no other obstacles are provided. Story and instructions were far too short. No story was given, and the victory message was only nine words long. Overall, download time is probably best spent on a different scenario.