Scenario based on fameous "Seven Samurai" movie. Help poor villagers defend their tiny town from nasty banditos, by hiring greedy samurais.
353 lines of script including intro, outro, attack waves, unit hiring, warnings about danger, doing objectives etc etc.
IT IS WORTH DOWNLOADING!
I dunno really. It might be too difficult at the first few times, and when You understand how to make things work - it suddenly becomes to easy.
Also note that i'm not english-speaking person, so some language bugs might be found.
That's a nice piece of work, my friend!
I wonder how much time does it take, to make a script such expanded as yours?
Hiring samurais is especially interesting thing, I see a lot of work you invested in this option... It was worth that! One of the best scenario I've ever played.
Hoping that your next work will be at the same or even higher level!
I am a new person on this forum, so...hello everyone ;)
Posted on 11/19/09 @ 03:48 PM
Very nice, well thought out scenario!
Posted on 12/14/09 @ 03:56 PM
I didn't find any bugs or any problems with this scenario.
It was hard to win this scenario, but I liked the challenge. I finally won on the fourth try.
I've never seen anything like this! Great! I really liked how it seemed like a movie in the beginning.
Map Design: 5
The map was well laid out and nicely made.
I give you a four only because some of the instructions were explained in an unclear way. At first, I didn't really understand the part where you said that you had to click on the unit to hire it. Overall though, had there not been this confusion, I would have definitely given the scenario at five.
This is a fantastic scenario! I really recommend it to anyone! Its extremely fun and somewhat challenging. Do download!
Posted on 12/20/09 @ 04:48 PM
That was great!
My only problem with it is that it got to be a bit of a drag when all three warlords attacked you with the same exact patterns and soldier types.
When things get repetitive, gamers start to lose interest. I beat the thing on my first try.
Posted on 04/11/10 @ 09:14 AM
Great work dude! Well done! very well done! COOL!