Battle of Thermopylae, battle fought between the Greeks and the Persians at Thermopylae, in northern Greece, in 480 bc. It was the first major battle fought during the invasion of Greece that the Persian king, Xerxes I, led between 480 and 479 bc. Although it ended in victory for the Persians, the battle is noted primarily for the bravery shown by the Greeks and, in particular, by the Spartans and their king, Leonidas I.
- The message in the Victory Aftermath is long but its the other information of the battle.
- reduces units of monks
- I added some sound effects
Well, I haven't played the updated one yet, but I decimated the enemy forces, and still had twenty eight men left. However, I found the victory conditions to be rather interesting.
Posted on 06/14/07 @ 05:45 AM
Nice try. It's not my cup of tea to just hold off the enemy in one spot for ages. It brings to mind an old joke about a man who was confronted by a woman on a narrow mountain road. He said 'I didn't know whether to throw myself off or block her passage.'
Posted on 02/20/08 @ 07:42 PM
Thank you for not saying "300 battle".
[Edited on 03/19/08 @ 08:18 AM]
Posted on 05/19/08 @ 09:46 AM
the playability was not very fun, all i had to do was stay in one spot with my 40 Hrolf the Gangers, the enemys were very easy and i figured out you could kill Xerxes pretty quickly.
The balance was okay, no real stratagy was needed, but the persians had HUGE amounts of troops, when i got done almost all my forces were gone.
300 is a typical chocie, the movie is very popular.i have yet seen a senario that fully brings 300 out to its full glory.
Map Design: 2
almost all of it was desert and cliffs, nothing more. But you put effort into the cliff path
it was pretty basic, history, pre-instruction screen etc. and most of the ingame text was from the movie, but the william wallace hero you controlle, it was ovious it was supposed to be Leonidoues, but the author didnt change the name.
Add more sequences that will be interesting, work on story and nap design. i can see effort into here, but more is needed.