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Forest Fury

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Before I even launched the game I noticed something that seemed wrong on this map. Its a two player map, and both players were on the same side of the map. Now in a map named forest fury you
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expect to be fighting through a forest, but even though a forest is present in this map, its totally useless. Both players start out on one side of the map. Between then is a city. Now who would bother going all the way around the city and through the forest? Resorces are pretty limited on this map as well, only a few supply docks. There are some oil derricks and refineries to capture, but those don't help [b]that much[/b]. I also noticed one other thing. One side had a stadium overlooking its base. You can fit a lot of troops in there to garrison which seemed unfair to the other side. All in all, its a small map, even for two people. If it was redone to put somebody on the other side and the city was shrunken, then the map can be better, but as of now, you can certainly find better maps to play on. Players - 2 AI Enabled - Yes Oil Derricks - Few Oil Refineries - Few Hospitals - None Supply Docks - Some Supply Piles - None Civilian Buildings - Some Bunkers - Few

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Date Added:
24/02/2003
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