by Niels Dutka, the Preacher










A mesa (pronounced mey-suh) is a large hill or small mountain with steep sides and a relatively flat top (like a table-top).  This type of geological formation is common on our sparsely-inhabited Western continent.  The top of a mesa provides a commanding view over the surrounding terrain; hence, each mesa has strategic value.  The enemy has decided to use our Western continent as a staging area for their military operations.  We must eradicate the enemy presence from this region before they have a chance to advance into more populated areas.

For those of you who are not familiar with our planet, Aldebaran Prime orbits a giant red star.  The red light from our star, filtered through the sulphuric content of our atmosphere, produces an orange tint across the landscape.  When stepping outside of an environmentally controlled structure, all troops are advised to wear breather masks in order to avoid inhaling an excessive amount of sulphur.  Terra-formers are working to scrub the atmosphere of its sulphuric content, but masks will be necessary until this operation is completed.

This map is designed for up to 8 players.  It is suitable for team-play or for a free-for-all battle against live opponents.  It is also suitable for a single player to fight against the computer AI.  The map is suitable for any combination of armies you prefer.  The map is enormous, 1024 x 1024 in size, so it may take a long time to load.  The map is designed to use any combination of victory objectives desired.  The map contains a total of 3 critical locations, 8 relics, 16 slag deposits, and 56 strategic points.

Download "Mesas"  version 1.0 (File size: 4.9MB) posted October 1, 2017


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