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King Joshua III
Posted on 10/31/04 @ 12:00 AM
I enjoyed this campaign, it was solid. It had a lot of bugs or possible round-abouts, but it was still entertaining. An example of one of these problems; Black Hawk City is set as my enemy, but I am not set as their enemy, so I can just run around and kill them all for fun.
This campaign was a little on the easy side. All I had to do to defeat the "True British" was send my men into the camp. However, I did like when I was looking for the camp, and I went the wrong way and died, that was kinda funny.
Nothing incredibly unique about this campaign, or ingenious, but nothing bad either.
::Map Design:: 3.0
The first town I was in, was promising. I was initally at a 4 for this in my mind, but I noticed as the map continued it got more and more bland. The only thing I can say here is, continue to put the effort into map design that you did at the beginning of the campaign.
Decent story, a continuation of Robin Hood, I like that. Instructions were solidified enough to let me know where I was going most of the time, so a 4 here.
Keep up the effort in your map design. Try to make your campaigns a little more challenging. And finally, watch out for bugs, or easy-outs, make sure people get the experience that you intend. Keep it up, this is promising.