In my opinion, "The Bridge", by Kron, does not live up to his promise that it is 'Probably the best level created.' It lacks variety of terrain, the buildings are placed foolishly on the map (i.e, a cluster of four mills . . . what are they there for?)and the single most astounding feature is a borishly long bridge (hence the name) that spans between two islands.
You start off with a crowd of 30-40 military units and a LOT of a resources with which to build another army when needed. Then, you send your army across a bridge to the enemy's home island. The islands are on two opposite sides of the map, by the way, so Kron assumes his player likes to watch his units walk a lot. Well, this player didn't.
The grand finale is reaching the enemy island, where you can set up your trebuchets and watch them level several buildings to the ground. Meanwhile, other siege weapons, infantry, ranged units, and cavalry go on a rampage slaughtering the enemy army. That's cool. I love grinding two armies against each other.
The conclusion? This scenario is basic, but if you enjoy cranking out dozens of units at a time, crossing long,long, long, long bridges, and watching two armies go at it like there's no tomorrow, download this scenario now.