This is a map of Illinois, one of the states located in the United States. It is best known for the large city Chicago located in the north east. The south is not known for anything and is completely and utterly irrelavent.
Fun and simple. It's enjoyable to "conquer" a neighboring state. (I'm from Iowa) My only problem with this map is the "Far North" superbonus. The south does not have a comparable superbonus and so it creates an imbalance in the North vs. South scenario. I suggest eliminating it or else reallocating the bonuses so that the north does not have superbonuses.
Yes, the bonuses are certainly not perfect. I created this all in one sitting, and by the time I was adding bonuses, I was literally just putting random territories into north south west east etc. It could be better bonus wise I would imagine, but that is all I could come up with at the time. Might not be perfect, as North gets 1 more a turn when all is gotten from North and South bonus.