Burkina FasoUnlocks at level 15 or with the Mega Maps Pack
Created by Lionheart (all)
Went public on 8/11/2016
Number of ratings: 31
Average rating: 3.9354 / 5
310 territories, 58 bonuses, 2 distribution modes
|Formerly called the Republic of Upper Volta, the country was renamed "Burkina Faso" on 4 August 1984 by then-President Thomas Sankara.
Before the conquest of what is now Burkina Faso by the French and other colonial powers during the late 19th century the country was ruled by various ethnic groups including the Mossi kingdoms. After gaining independence from France in 1960, the country underwent many governmental changes........
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Review by Nathan on 8/11/2016.
Great map - I love detailed maps of countries that aren't portrayed as often. This one is well laid out and a joy to play on.
One minor error - Tankougounadie (on the Niger border) should not connect to Solhan (both in the Yagha bonus).
Response by map creator Lionheart on 8/25/2016
Nathan, Tks for reviewing.
This issue it's already fixed in 1.1 version
Review by blob on 8/11/2016.
Not bad. My preference would be to move the scale to the left, so it's vertically oriented; on most monitors there is more horizontal space available than vertical, and making this change would allow the part of the map where I'm playing to be larger, which I like.
Review by [NL] Hendrik on 8/12/2016.
A very good map. I like this kind of maps 5/5
Review by Cata Cauda on 8/15/2016.
Awesome for a quick FFA.
5/5 from me.
Review by Ranek on 8/19/2016.
This map is looks amazing. It's visually appealing and the headline makes me believe that there could be a map series with similar designs. The only downer are the very big bonuses, which are hard to conquer and the very few small bonuses.
Review by Rick on 11/18/2016.
I think this should be in South America