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Mythos_Ruler Author
Mythos_Ruler May 3 2009, 1:53am says:

Large size

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P4TRICK May 3 2009, 3:08am says:

I can't wait!

When is the game done ; - ]]?

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st.ern May 3 2009, 7:28am says:

all your work looks totally amazing! i love it :D

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Klight May 3 2009, 8:17am says:

Absolutely great. Good work guys.

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Dremth May 3 2009, 9:49am says:

looks great as usual
maybe another video sometime?

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Brightgalrs May 6 2009, 7:40pm replied:

The pathfinding is primitive, so far, so it wouldn't be too great. ;-)

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chris_sloany May 3 2009, 3:26pm says:

looksamazing! nice job!

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Silverfisk May 3 2009, 4:58pm says:

Is looking like pure awesome.

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23-down May 23 2009, 3:01am says:

When i look on the buildings and on the defence walls and on the size of the units then i would recommend to make the wall gates a bit larger in size.

It looks a bit unrealistic if the units are nearly as big as the gate itself and the gate is a gate and no door i presume.

But maybe it's just a visual misleading matter. Can't tell without seeing a video of that scene.

Aside of that outstanding good work.

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MrBlack103 May 30 2009, 11:25pm says:

For some wierd reason, some of those buildings look really modern :p
Nothing wrong with them as far as I'm concerned, though.

In general, will walls be expensive/slow-to-build? If they aren't, then I suspect we will see a lot of wall-spamming.

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asdfggfdsa Oct 22 2009, 5:02am says:

nice hope we can put units on the walls

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plumo Creator
plumo Jan 8 2010, 5:59am says:

Carthage had three layers of walls so :p

@DDERME , I don't think units can be put on walls.

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Over the past few months we've been hard at work revamping our entire set of Carthaginian assets. Here is their debut in 1680x1050 Widescreen Format.

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