Some problems in scenario 1 with the enemy giving up before I encountered them. May try again as the second looks better.
Posted on 04/13/02 @ 12:00 AM
Playability: I found the campaign to be highly playable. There is rarely a dull moment.
Balance: There are stages in this campaign where you face ambushes and have to take difficult alternate routes to meet your objective in the game. Pretty good.
Creativity: The scenario is based on an historical figure in the Balkans. Like most historically based scenarios the author has kept this as authentic as possible.
Map Design: I enjoyed the map design in this campaign as it's one of my favourite aspects. It allows the author to go wild. The author's knowledge of the Balkan region is well done.
Story/Instructions: I enjoyed the historical side of this campaign. There are a great many historical figures that don't get as much a mention as the major ones like Saladin and Attila, yet there is equal importance in the significance they made to their region which deserves to be told. In addition the instructions were easy to follow and the author made great pains to make sure it was enjoyable. Well done.
Posted on 05/17/07 @ 06:04 AM
The map is good and the idea is too. It was let down by having enemy troops scattered all over so you have to 'pick them off' which is boring after a few mins. I much prefer encountering ambushes and have to overcome hurdles. Good try.