World of Alexander The GreatCreated by slyer (all)
Went public on 3/4/2012
Number of ratings: 143
Average rating: 3.6573 / 5
165 territories, 38 bonuses, 0 distribution modes
Review by D.Gothard on 3/18/2012.
Enjoyable (if occasionally frustrating) to play - geographically inaccurate which can cause frustration. Also out of scale; have to zoom right in to see numbers on the territories.
Review by Akhoya on 4/11/2013.
It's really nonsensical that this is "world of Alexander the Great" but the majority of the names are in Latin—a language that existed at the time, sure, but certainly hadn't created all those names that came about much later at the time of the Roman Empire. That having been said, it was a fine map to play on.
Review by akis GREEK on 8/18/2012.
very nice but you must have much time to play this map :)
Review by Willam Abbot on 11/9/2012.
Its a great map, especially for quick matches. I'd recommend allowing multi-attack and multi-transfer on this map. The only problems are: it is quite small, and its to easy to get knocked out early on - both really the same point. Its very unlikely people will go into the four corners of this map; people often tend to start in Europe because of its appeal as an area that gives very quick conquests and relatively good bonuses for this. I'd recommend starting in Britainnia, Iabadii, Zingis, or for a classic feel, Macedonia:
Review by zing104 on 3/19/2012.
Not balanced, just a few good starting spots.
Review by Andalorium on 4/1/2012.
borders could look nicer, but over all fun map
Review by The Spartan99 on 12/31/2013.
There was nothing else left to conquer after i defeated Persia Thanks for the map
Review by Torin on 2/3/2014.
Awesome! will use this map all the time
Review by Boaz on 4/13/2012.
I almost gave up after three unsuccessful tries. But I won by conquering Africa first. One mistake can really do you in.
Review by Nathan on 10/9/2014.
The map itself is very good. Unfortunately, some territories connect at corners and some do not. This makes it difficult to tell what is adjacent to what.
Also, calling it the "World of Alexander the Great" is somewhat misleading as most of it consists of regions Alexander never conquered and likely didn't know existed. That fact doesn't affect my rating; I just make that comment for the sake of historical accuracy.
Review by Michael Barabé on 10/23/2014.
Review by EagleEyez15 on 1/24/2015.
Review by ESP15 on 7/8/2015.
Review by 123ningakiwi on 3/18/2012.
nice sized map