On this map there is some places with snow but unfortunately thanks to the Global Warming the ice is melting and there is less snow...
Antarctica is the southernmost continent and includes the South Pole.It is the third-smallest continent before Europe and Australia; 98% of it is covered in ice but not on my map.On my map there is only 33% of snow and ice because of the Global Warming. I've been working on this for 4 days and 3,5 hours and it's my first map I have sent, so please DL it and if you could, rate it...By Mr Reaper.
Good all round but it wont allow you to play it after a while so you have a giant empire cause in the north you can only fit 2 quarries and 2 iron mines so i hope you can see me point.
Each side has fair ammounts and when i played it against fredick it took us both a fair while do grow.
now with the snow that is a great eye candy, not many maps are like this.
Map Design: 5
i personally like people's map on places and this really appeled to me. if your north ( the bit i like ) then its very easy to build yourself a defensive castle.
5 here because you have given the facts and for skirmishes its hard to even right a story so thumbs up here
absolutly great map, perfect for human vs human
Posted on 03/21/07 @ 10:55 PM
A bit small for how close the AI is, but it works very well for a fast-paced game.
Resource setup and space/terrain was finely distributed.
Antarctica...I don't believe I have EVER seen another map about that place.
Map Design: 5
Nice snow! You don't often see that in crusader! The design of Antarctica is very well done, even though the continient is in fact only ... err... I think is was 10% land and 90% ice.
Sadly enough this area was somewhat less excellent than the rest. While it does still offer a bit on Antarctica, which is good, that's about it.
I saw your "Farm" map and enjoyed it, and found this map by you, and I must say, you're very good!
Global Warming is a natural thing, and not to be feared. The Earth will not be damaged by it, in the next several hundred years there will be another cooling, akin to the "Little Ice Age" in the Middle Ages.