Artagnos: Under Siege is a single player scenario. You control the growing city of Artagnos. Since you were not expecting an attack, you find yourself poorly equipped to face any hostile attack. In one final attempt to shut out the conqueror Ratakoan, you, the general, put your forces to their max. Can you save the city?
UPDATE: V1.1 - Some more eyecandy and simplified instructions. Barbarian attack is nullified easier with more starting hoplites.
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Some comments would be nice...
Okay a review would be fine :)
[Edited on 07/28/04 @ 05:10 PM]
Posted on 07/28/04 @ 04:04 PM
Posted on 07/29/04 @ 01:31 AM
Really great to play, a bit hard sometimes at the beginning, Then after a few minutes the attacks stops and you can fully attack him with huge armies. I don't know if it was mend to be, but the walls of Ratakoan where just wooden walls.
At the begining you had to gather your forces, and send them to one piece of the city, where you are attacked. That was to hard. Then attacking his city was easy. Just break trough the wall and you have won.
Those names where great and the story was really great. Never heard of such a story.
Map Design: 4
Map Design was great only on a few spot's a bit dull. The city of Ratakoan was boring, and a few spot's where a bit weird, like the temple. You might explane that.
The story was great but the instructions could be better. When I was attacked by the longboates, I fully defensed myself on the seaside, and other side was destroyed.
Why where all those catapult there in the forest? What was that huge building?
ATTEcLiPsE1 File Author
Posted on 07/29/04 @ 10:22 AM
Well thank's for your review. I guess I forgot to update the .zip! The temple in the forest was part of a side quest so you could get a lightning storm GP, but I just gave up on that because lightning storm unbalanced it. And yeah, Ratakoan's city is dull, but then again its a fort...And there's a lot of other stuff I added...I'll update ASAP
EDIT: The catapults and those two elaphants were some of the Egyptian forces that were dispatched to guard the city. Afterwards, though, the whole army comes.
EDIT2: Oh that was a building in construction...I couldn't find something large enough to fill in the space...