A few minor changes were made after Stratego's review. the changes were.
* I used the ".sav to .map" the make the buildings active from the beginning.
* I deleted the little piece of boulders on the middle of the map to make it look more natural
*I removed ballista and mangonel from the buildings menu.
Aquire Goods: Bread 350
Aquire Goods: Iron Ingots 100
Aquire goods: Wood Planks 200
Aquire goods: Swords 30
No enemy on the map.
Must be finished before the game year 1086 when several large invasions arrive and victory will be impossible.
Note: This map is playable all difficulty settings
The word 'Mesopotamia' is in origin a Greek name (mesos `middle' and 'potamos' - 'river' so `land between the rivers'). Mesopotamia is the oldest known civilization. It is said that Mesopotamia was the place of the legendary 'Garden of Eden'.
Mesopotamia is the name is used for the area watered by the Euphrates and Tigris and its tributaries, roughly comprising modern Irak and part of Syria. South of modern Bagdad, the alluvial plains of the rivers was called the land of Sumer and Akkad in the third millennium.
The name does not refer to any particular civilization using that name. Over the course of several millennia, many civilizations developed, collapsed, and were replaced in this fertile region.
The history of the land and its people dates back more than to 7,000 BC.
Mesopotamia has no natural boundaries and is difficult to defend. The influence of neighboring countries is large. Throughout the history of Mesopotamia trade contacts, slow diffusion of foreign tribes and military confrontations have been of great influence.
Mesopotamia - the cradle of civilization - the land between the Tigris and the Euphrates Rivers, it is said, hosted the legendary Garden of Eden - if it existed anywhere. To emphasize this the ancient village of Al-Qurna singled out a tree ("Adam's tree") with a sign - in Arabic and English. On this holy spot where the Tigris meets the Euphrates this holy tree of our father Adam grew symbolizing the Garden of Eden. Abraham prayed here 2,000 years B.C.
Special thanks to all the playtesters: Lord_Raganar, Duc de Noisiel, Lurking Horror and gibbb.
The unzipping problem has now been fixed, thanks to Sir Lurchalot for finally solving the problem
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