Hello, dear downloader. Thias is a Scenario i have made of the seige, by Ceasar, of the Francan city of Alesia. This is the first scenario i have done, so i ask that you send any bugs, and comments to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank You Sasha
This isnt very interesting. It is just a build and destroy. I found the gameplay to be really boring. There are only like 5 triggers, and three are army deploy, and two are victory conditions.
I suppose this was balanced. You can build up a city and destroy the giant enemy city that is just sitting there.
You described a long thing about the Roman siege by Caesar or something, but none of that is explained in this. All you do is build up a city and then attack.
Map Design: 2
Seeing as this is your first map, I wont be too critical, but its nothing to write home about. There is just some patches of alternate types of grass, the enemy city is located on some norse cliffs which do not belong in the grass, the atlantean wall needs to be positioned together (there was big holes in the enemy wall) and your little sheep enclosure doesnt even close. There is a hole in the sheep enclosure. Apart from all that, all that there is on the map is a big patch of trees in a corner.
The story was good, I like how you described the Roman siege,but that wasnt portrayed in the game and there were no instructions. You just build. And destroy. It doesnt explain anything.
Sorry for the harsh review but this needs work. I suggest you read some guides on triggering, as triggers can make a map really fun.
[Edited on 01/07/06 @ 06:15 PM]
Posted on 12/30/05 @ 11:59 AM
As the person above me said, it was just a build and destroy thingie.
Well I guess its sort of balanced, since you just gave the enemy a huge army and had the player destroy it.
No offence, but it was awful. There was absolutly no eye candy what so ever. And dude, get your histort straight. At least make the Gauls norse and at least change their name. Player 1 and player don't sound too good!
Map Design: 1
I am sorry but it was terrible. Palm trees in central Gaul!!?! And what, there was snow in Alesia! And Alesia was awful. There were mainly wooden buildings in Alesia, as Gaelic Arcutecture, but you gave them stone! And a plenty Vault!
Pretty straightfoward. Attack the enemy. Beat them. Its just one of those figure it out yourslef thingies.
I am sorry for my negative review but this map needs some serious work! And please call it a Gaelic city, not Fracian. The Siege of Alesia is dramatic siege and has much potential for a map. Please redo this map. Contact me if you want my help.
Posted on 01/02/06 @ 02:54 PM
This tyotally unnessecary comment is tyo point you on 1 thing: the city was Gaul