Huh? i dont get it (and no, I don't get that name) aka Bohemia - The Nation of Hopes, is a big improvement over the author's previous campaign.
Playability: Both scenarios are fun, although the objectives are fairly ordinary, carrying them out is challenging and enjoyable! One thorn is that both scenarios are somewhat laggy.
Balance: I found the first scenario to be a tiny bit too easy, you reach the end with quite a few units with plenty of fight left in them. As for the second scenario, streams of soldiers begin attacking your base after 15 minutes or so, so you have time to prepare, but it is a never-ending war of attrition that can only be won by destroying your enemy's ability to produce units. I was caught somewhat unprepared and so was left with just my castle (which I almost lost at one point) and several villagers.
Creativity: Although the objectives were nothing special, the methods to achieve them were quite well thought out and the story was good. This campaign has great potential should the author continue it further.
Map Design: As with the author's previous campaign, this one had nice maps, at least the parts you saw of them. Unfortunately the areas you don't go into were left blank.
Story/Instructions: The story is interesting and you're given a fair about of background in the beginning. Unfortunately the instructions are a bit too brief and there are many spelling and grammar mistakes.
Final Comments: As I said in the beginning, Bohemia - The Nation of Hopes is a great improvement over the author's previous campaign. I truly hope he continues the story with a few more scenarios.