It's a battle with 4 armies located between isles of Atlantic Coast and France.
Player 1 : Spanish (Computer/Human)
Player 2 : Britannic
Player 3 : French
Player 4 : Japanese (Human)
You are player 4 when game starts.
If no other human take role Player 1 after 3 min, Computer takes the control of player 1.
Map is realistic. More infos on real locations found on the map can be seen with screenshots at
Other isles are Fort Boyard, Isle of Aix, Isle Madame, with part of France for continental side.
Multiplayer variants of this map can be found at
Level has been set as Difficult but lot of resources and treasures are hidden on the map.
Have a good time with this Oleron scenario.
Playable but some definite issues were found...see map design for more...
The balance was pretty decent, although red was easy to own and yellow was never an issue due to map design.
Creativity was decent. But map design became a pretty big issue...
Map Design: 2
There are a number of issues here. Villagers in many areas seem to be collecting unseen resources. Yellow is completely ineffectual because they can never get off their island. The land strip prevents them from getting off due to the numerous alligators and the tendancy of yellow to build a house blocking their way off the island. Also yellow has no room on their island to build. There is also a total lack of eye candy and terrain elevations.
As usual for most scenarios I see...there is really no story and no instructions...no objectives either... :/
The only real battle is with blue...oh yeah I almost forgot...if you save the game...and load saved game, you come back as yellow and have shared control with the comp which makes it impossible to play...