when there is no fog, on the thumbnails you can see the entire board. When there is fog, you can see only fog (not even the parts that you can actually see when you click on the game). When you play on large USA, no fog, with a player starting in every territory, the thumbnail looks awesome. It's also cool when you can see your own-coloured territories covering half the board.
There is no fog on the distribution turn, which is why you can see the entire map on those two games. The reason even those two look different is because one appears to be full distribution with the other on warlords distribution. So there are more available (green) territories in the top one.
Your first bloombridge game has started, but is on picking stage - you see territorries in distribution as vivid green. In the second bloombridge game thumbnail, the game advanced, and you see fog and some coloured spots i guess, but this map has so many teritorries, that it's not as obvious and clearly visible as for example the Earth map in the picture provided by Fizzer. It has been like that for a long, long time, or maybe even longer ;)
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