Big Earth is a strategic map of 2020 Nations, dependencies, and territory contentions. My aim was to create a map similar to medium earth maps but with divisions based on Nation's borders and bonuses based on regions and subregions, comprised of geological, geopolitical, geographical, biogeographical, physiographical, cultural and yes, even economic influences.
Try your hand in a world domination strategy scenario to conquer the globe on Big Earth - World Nations 2020.
*Leveling rewards players with unlockables. Broadly, this allows players to alter the bonus sizes or remove them altogether, giving them scope to a virtually unlimited number of scenarios. Not high enough level? Get a friend or a fellow clan mate who is, to carve out the template you yourself have dreamed up. Imagine, conceive, transform the map and find that perfect balance you're trying to attain, whether genuinely, or for your own leisures!
Latest update includes balanced bonuses.
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This map is pretty unique, the first one showing all existing states in one map on Warzone I think. Some disputed areas are also included. Howewer, some countries like China and Russia has too many neighbors, I do not like the idea of all countries equal. Missing connection between Spain and Algeria. Invisible connections: Seychelles-Tanzania, Kiribati-Chile There is also a big trouble with territory names. Sometimes you have just Liechtenstein, sometimess full name is used. At the end, more than half of the bonuses begins "the Republic of" which is gramatically correct but makes any changing of bonuses nearly impossible, because you cannot find anything. Three stars for me.
China, Russia, Brazil all act as focal Points. As much as I'd like to divide them up I have no current plans to. It's World Nations. They are relevant in their places and their function serves as beacons.
The connections are there too although Spain doesn't connect to Algeria. Look harder if you're going to rate. Details are in the focus and not the glance. That is the Prime Meridian and in the update I enlarged both the equator and Prime Meridian.
Sorry about that my fellow critic 😉 but it's complexity and intricacy make it something special. The bonuses are usual and what you'd expect nonetheless and territory connections are just the nations that border each other for the most part. I know sea territories may throw you off but it's not a playground. It's like 3D chess like I've explained and it takes will and determination to master it.
I feel in my own generous understanding that, yes it can be complicated and confusing but it's practical too. Maybe the bonus boxes throw you a curve ball to use a baseball reference but it's ingenuity and if you open your mind, it pieces itself together.