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Texas Revolution Campaign

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freedoggy77
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Needs T&P?: Yes
This is a Campaign of the Texas Revolution- win Texas her freedom!
The order of the battles is-

GONZALES
CONCEPCION
SAN ANTONIO
THE ALAMO
URREA CAMPAIGN
COLETO CREEK
SAN JACINTO

Enjoy!
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Lord Of Legends Sounds good,

I'll play throught it sometime
JAC194 I've played the first 3 levels, and so far
the levels are too short, theyre amazingly easy.
I'm doing the alamo right now
JAC194
Rating
2.6
Breakdown
Playability2.0
Balance1.0
Creativity5.0
Map Design1.0
Story/Instructions4.0
Playability: 2
Far too easy and short.

Balance: 1
Again, too easy. in this compaign Texas>>>>>all. Mkae it so it's possible to LOSE please. The Alamo is impossible to lose unless you just started playing the game, and texas isnt supposed to win that battle.

Creativity: 5
I've never seen a Texas Revolution compagn before.

Map Design: 1
Nothing but plains.... with the exception of the alamo which has a couple of cliffs.

Story/Instructions: 4
Good, -1 for not making it up yourself.

Additional Comments:Keep workin at it, this compaign has potential.
freedoggy77
File Author
i made it easy on some levels because i wanted history to stick to its path (so either you or enemy would win)

and the shortness is because the battles were short
TsarNicholas How do you play this?

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Rating
2.6
Breakdown
Playability2.0
Balance1.0
Creativity5.0
Map Design1.0
Story/Instructions4.0
Statistics
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Size:786.20 KB
Added:01/21/06