You start with a few ninja and several ricksaws to build the nessasary buildings. Your on an island (sort of) so you don't need to worry about being attacked. But the russians have many bases and many of them will be difficult to find.
Please comment and review as harshly as possible
This is actually one of the first maps I made and just decided to post it.
This is a straightforward exercise. There are lots of resources to build your forces. The Russian don't attack your base, or build up their own, so speed isn't important. Cliffs severely restrict your route, so strategy isn't important. The enemy bases are small and relatively defenseless, so tactics aren't important. But they are spaced far apart, so patience is very important.
This scenario is useful for familiarizing yourself with the Japanese civilization in a non-demanding environment.
The creativity is in the beauty of the landscape.
Map Design: 2
A visually stunning map applied to no good purpose. About a quarter of it is totally inaccessible. Its size hurts playability, because your army moves so slowly between the few and far-spaced enemy locations.
The review guide says it all; no story, no instructions, give it a 1.
You say this is your first scenario, so I don't judge it against your later contributions. It has a lot of untapped potential just waiting for a little extra time and effort.
[Edited on 09/22/10 @ 11:15 AM]
Yaltem File Author
Posted on 08/02/10 @ 11:15 AM
What was wrong with the map. If you tell me I'll fix.
Posted on 08/14/10 @ 02:55 AM
That's... a bad review... lol
Posted on 09/24/10 @ 02:50 PM
Yuttho, it's not a bad review, just misunderstood :) So let's read your review. Oh dear, it's missing. Never mind.
Posted on 09/25/10 @ 12:05 AM
I'm sorry but I have to agree with Yuttho, your review is not an accurate depiction of this scenario. You somehow failed to interpret the guidelines properly, in my opinion. This scenario should be rated in the 3+ range.
I will be writing a review, so you do not need to inform me I don't have one. It's coming.
Posted on 09/25/10 @ 01:58 AM
TT, I stand by the accuracy of my review. You have a different impression of the scenario, and that's ok, isn't it? The guidelines make it clear a review is to include one's impressions as well as material facts.