0 A.D. is a free, open-source, cross-platform real-time strategy (RTS) game of ancient warfare. It's a historically-based war/economy game that allows players to relive or rewrite the history of twelve ancient civilizations, from Iberia to Mauryan India, each depicted at their peak of economic growth and military prowess. Developed using Pyrogenesis, a ground-breaking new game engine custom-built to suit this project, 0 A.D. will give players a rich and entertaining real-time gaming experience.

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Mr_Toster Feb 24 2012 says:

Last one is intereting

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Mythos_Ruler Feb 24 2012 replied:

Spahbod did that one just for fun. :)

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VeniVdVici Feb 24 2012 replied:

I love geometry...

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GenMoKai Feb 25 2012 replied:

All look interesting :)

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Sortech Feb 24 2012 says:

I want all of these in the game! especially the entire right side :P

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feneur Creator
feneur Feb 24 2012 replied:

(If you use the SVN version they already are, and otherwise you'll just have to wait until Alpha 9 is released - should be within a month or so.)

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Orac| Feb 24 2012 says:

Those are some gorgeous random maps. I wouldn't have guessed that they were autonomously generated.

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Evulant Feb 25 2012 says:

Heh, the last one really looks fun. But what's with the third line? Does that mean that we can now also play on squared maps?

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feneur Creator
feneur Feb 25 2012 replied:

It means those random map scripts were created before we had round maps and will be replaced with new and improved (and round) versions :)

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Evulant Feb 25 2012 replied:

Ah, okay thanks! But is it still possible to create squared maps? I couldn't find such an option in the editor

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Jeru Feb 25 2012 says:

Some of the maps look like pizza pies

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Ca_Putt Feb 25 2012 says:

very neat! I can see some ole AoM maps aswell :)

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AirborneSn1p3r Feb 26 2012 says:

love em

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Rotfuchs Feb 26 2012 says:

nice. but how about a real random map?
a giant map, where everytime the rivers, mountains, islands etc. are complety randomly created and unbalanced, just like the world is?

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feneur Creator
feneur Feb 26 2012 replied:

Maybe you will create one? ;) We're not against such a map, it's just not a priority as it doesn't sound like something most people would like. At least not to actually play on as opposed to just liking the idea. It depends on what you mean my completely random as well, I mean nothing created via a script a human has created can be completely random in the strictest sense, while many of the maps already provided can provide a fair variety of end results. Most of the maps will be created based on a theme in either case though, but yeah, if no one else will create one you can always create one yourself ;)

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Mythos_Ruler Feb 27 2012 replied:

Nature is not "completely random" though, and neither are human beings. Human beings generally will not found a city in a disadvantageous spot.

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Krej Mar 10 2012 says:


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A selection of random map scripts shipping soon with Alpha 9.

Most of them designed by WFG team member Spahbod.

'Islands' by Howlingflute.

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