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The Americas

Unlocks at level 10 or with the Mega Maps Pack
Created by 𝘝𝘌𝘙𝘕𝘈𝘓 𝘝𝘐𝘕𝘈𝘐𝘎𝘙𝘌𝘛𝘛𝘌 (all)
Went public on 6/4/2020
Number of ratings: 32
Average rating: 4.3125 / 5
1135 territories, 292 bonuses, 3 distribution modes

Description

Based on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Americas#/media/File:N&SAmerica-pol.jpg this is the first big map of the Americas designed for warlight, and also the only map of the Americas with accurate political borders. It's the biggest map I've ever made, though its creation was not the most troublesome undertaking. It took 45 days to make. You will have to excuse some distortions, as country subdivisions had to be traced by eye without a proper map source.

This map should work for any kind of gameplay, standard or diplomacy. Personally, I recommend using multi-attack and a lot of wastelands.

Reviews

Review by Boka B on 6/13/2020.
A very good map,usable for many types of games. I have already used it.
One my suggestion is that some small provinces with cities look a bit like bubbles.
Please change that if you can.
Super work!
Have a good day!

Boka B
Thanks a whole lot. I had a diversity of gameplay in mind when I made this map, so I'm happy to learn that others also see it for its versatility.
4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.
Review by Orannis on 6/28/2020.
This is a great Americas map! It is sized well for diplos or large FFAs, and the territories/bonuses are very accurate. I am a big fan of the sea connections, they aren’t all over the place like in other large maps and are balanced and intuitive.

I do have a few complaints. Many of the borders overlap and the superbonuses are impossible to differentiate from the regular bonuses. As well, most of the territories bordering the water are circular shaped to be able to fit the army number, but it makes the land look lumpy.

Some flags would have also been nice, the artwork (or lack thereof) is a bit dull. Gameplay and accuracy is spot on so it is still a 5/5 for me :)
Thanks. Superbonuses are represented by somewhat bigger squares, but I kept them small due to a lack of space. The lump territories don't look great, but they are necessary to keep a "realistic" balance in territory density. Mexico, for example, is a dense country. I considered putting a logo in, and flags, but decided to keep the map simple. It is a simply styled political map. I will make more artistic maps in the future, but simplicity seemed the natural style for this one.
3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.