Hexa Mundi BellumUnlocks at level 4 or with the Mega Maps Pack
Created by Lionheart (all)
Went public on 7/28/2015
Number of ratings: 100
Average rating: 4.06 / 5
386 territories, 74 bonuses, 0 distribution modes
Review by Nathan on 7/30/2015.
Wow! This is really cool! I love the up-and-down component - it adds so much to strategy and gameplay. You really have developed a variety of interesting terrains and you deploy them extremely effectively.
EDIT 7/30/15 - thanks for fixing those. One error I missed last time - there should be a line connecting P14 and P7 in the Pathfinders area.
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I noticed only a couple of connection errors:
- In HammerBurg (SteelBarbarians) - SB6 connects to SB11, but there is no line indicating the connection.
- Same situation in BurnWoods and NestWoods Coasts in Dragonszone with DZ6 and DZ2.
Once again - this is incredible and gorgeous with great gameplay. Well done!
Review by Master MB on 7/31/2015.
well made good bonus balance and i like the surface level change through out the bonus good strategic spots but you could get gang banged lol... good shit all around ...
Review by vicnus on 9/3/2015.
Really nice map - definitely takes some getting used to because there adjacent territories which do not connect due to elevation. But really neat departure from the ordinary
Review by boontjekoen on 10/25/2015.
Very nice to see someone emphasize on the advantage of high ground on battlefields, you don't see that often enough in modern games.
Review by matthew on 8/1/2015.
i like it
Review by Renst Bellmont on 8/7/2015.
very good and original map!
Review by Emu Pub on 8/25/2015.
seems nicely balanced, terrain is great feature
Review by Andalorium on 12/5/2016.
Interesting and fun the map explains the connections so that covered most questions though i wondered why the deep water had bonuses, but no complaints.
Review by Gunk on 2/14/2017.
cool map. challenging with lots of ai
Review by A_B3 on 7/29/2017.
Review by Kellhus on 1/19/2018.
Unique graphic representation to convey elevation differences. Like the implied feel of mountains, valleys, seas and shorelines. Bonuses seem well proportioned for the map.
Review by OTPM on 12/1/2015.
Review by QueefBalls on 10/19/2015.
No redeeming qualities whatsoever. Hard to see, confusing bonuses, just terrible overall. Wish I could go lower than one star
Review by The Dark Lord, Satan on 8/5/2015.