Geopolitical Earth 2016Unlocks at level 10 or with the Mega Maps Pack
Created by Imperator (all)
Went public on 4/15/2016
Number of ratings: 34
Average rating: 4.029 / 5
1109 territories, 1109 bonuses, 1 distribution mode
|This is a map intended for world diplomacy games. As of late 2016, it is the second largest world map intended for diplomacy games on warlight.
I do apologize that the borders for a lot of places are pretty weird and jagged. However, after doing pretty extensive testing on this, I've found it's actually pretty useful for making historical scenarios.
Review by Zephyrum on 4/15/2016.
AMAZING in every aspect! The spiritual sucessor to World Nations 2014... Except much bigger, much more beautiful, considerably better crafted, better balanced and realistic... In general, just FANTASTIC for anyone aiming to make diplomacies. Very easy and intuitive for newcomer template makers to use too, so expect quite a lot of these on the following week as open games!
Feels great to see this done! Been waiting for so long! Easily on my top 3 maps! 5/5 Favorite instantly!
The ONLY downside to the map is the insane amounts of jagged borders; the borders look quite weird. Still pretty darn good and well made. Excellent job, Imperator, and keep up with the amazing maps!
Proud to test/distribute <3 And now I'm off to make some games on this b e a u t i f u l map! :D
Response by map creator Imperator on 4/15/2016
Thanks for the review and for helping out so much during development! I really do appreciate it :)
Review by NinjaNic on 4/15/2016.
This map is the bomb! A little crowded in Europe, but still beautiful! Good job!
Review by apollong3 on 8/1/2016.
Definitely one of my favourite maps.It is just great for diplomacy games,as it has a lot of territories and every territory has its own bonus.I only have 2 criticisms:
1.The lines are jagged and often overlap,however that is not much of a deal
2.It would be more convenient if there were bonuses representing the countries,which would make scenario making easier.However,that is not much of a deal either
Review by Kevin Goodwin on 8/17/2016.
very detailed one of my best maps
Review by Ranek on 5/12/2016.
Even though it is not the first of its kind, it is very well done and benefits a lot from the different colours for each country. The bonus system is somehow exaggerated. The range of values from 1 to 9 is too big in my opinion.
I only checked germany in terms of accuracy:
Dresden is completely wrong - the biggest city in this district could rather be Frankfurt.
At least, why are some territories named after cities while other are named after countries (for example: belgium, czech republic, slovakia and others.)obviously they could be named after their capitals