Well this is my first version of Roman power it is a single player act-out type map(SPAO) and i will be updating later. What happens is you control rome and carthage(Send a villager to a open spot to make a new country) you can let them be allies or make them fight... to have fights just put the units into a group and stand them in a way that looks like the archers are firing or something like that.... and then when a unit needs to die click it and press del on your keyboard
ur map sounds like it is not even worth downloading soz
Posted on 01/03/07 @ 04:31 PM
What the above poster fails to realize is that those sorts of comments are useless. Just download it and see if you like it. Then you post a review or a comment with tips or help of some sort. Don't just say "I think it sounds lame" or "What a dumb idea". Try it out and decide for yourself after you look at it.
EDIT: I just looked at your past comments and I see one in 6 comments being postitive while the other 5 of the 6 were negative in tone and useless like the above one. Try being nicer. Didn't your mother or teacher ever tell you: "If you don't have somthing nice to say, don't say anything."? You should have listened closer.
[Edited on 01/03/07 @ 04:36 PM]
Posted on 01/05/07 @ 04:00 AM
Ignore the moron. All start out cat and dog. And sry, I haven't even downloaded it, will do so now, to see if it really is that sucky (which I really doubt).
Jas the Mace1
Posted on 01/08/07 @ 06:26 PM
This is a B&D map without the 'D' There is no fighting you are the only player on the map.
Good try but I don't think many people want to use the delete key to make armies kill each other
Posted on 01/15/07 @ 04:26 PM
Well I must say I had a good laugh. But I suppose you wanted to make a serious scenario. Here are some suggestions:
-Make your own map, doing random map is quite lame. (download scenario's with high rating to see how to create a nice terrain.)
-Use triggers, that's what makes scenario's so cool and it will make it more spectacular.
-People don't have that much imagination so pressing kill to create a fight isn't going to entertain people.
-expirement with scenario editing, you'll get the hang of it if you create many scenario's.
-keep up the good work
[Edited on 01/15/07 @ 04:27 PM]
Kantrio File Author
Posted on 01/27/07 @ 04:17 PM
Well yes but didn't you read my post? v1.1 has some spawning triggers that i needed some time to make
P.S.: I like maps where you get to experiment around and create your own fights and you control the nations and what happens i just wanted to share this map with people who like that type
Double p.s.: i'm Discontuining the project because when people played this they didn't care to wait