This is very short cut-scene explaining a bit of the begin of my camapaign: Country of Hinnegard - Marching to the Freedom (pt.1)
Its will be comming soon. Dont think that my campaigns will be at the same level of this cinematic... I'm not a noob, and I promisse that all my campaigns will have (min.) more than 500 triggers!
If you want to know, my project "Country of Hinnegard - Marching to the Freedom" already have a complete history and more than 1900 triggers!!! But my missions dont are made by only triggers, they have too a (I think it) a pretty map design, and a plained history, that already have give me more 5 campaigns... I will send you a bit of it on the first campaign, on a readme file.
****Honourable mention in Game of the year (2012)!****
'Country of Hinnegard - Prologue' by Rewaider is a short introductory teaser to the main scenario 'Marching to Freedom'. It sets the story up interestingly, but with only a few minutes of runtime it is hard to gauge much more out of it.
PLAYABILITY: 'Country of Hinnegard - Prologue' is a nice little teaser that showcases some very promising design, good selection of sound effects, and the beginning of an interesting tale. Obvious detracts to its enjoyment are its short view time, making it hard to gauge just what to expect out of it, as well as a few other minor issues which I will discuss further below. 3
PACING: Given the short runtime, there's probably not a lot that I can say here. However one scene that irked me was when the enemy attacked the town and the change view effects throw the player's attention all over the place, which while deliberately chaotic was more frustrating and nauseating than anything. Aside from that, the scenes and dialogue timing seemed to play out in a comfortable and watchable manner. 4
CREATIVITY: The scenario provides only a glimpse into what to expect from the main scenario, but on the whole this is very promising. The attention to detail is generally good with nice fictional names, sound effects complimenting their respective queues and good map design. 3+
MAP DESIGN: While only a little bit of the map design is actually seen, it is very well designed and is easy on the eyes. Building placement, terrain mixing and how it all plays on scene is excellent but perhaps not perfect. 4+
STORY/INSTRUCTIONS: It's a short teaser that showcases the start of an interesting tale. There were a few spelling mistakes making certain words hard to read at first, but on the whole not a lot to complain about. 3
CONCLUSION: If you enjoy cut-scenes, then don't hesitate to download this. It's only short and perhaps nothing special, but it's certainly worth a watch.