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 Help!Looking forStandard Earth map (neither Large nor huge) 
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Trainee

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Post Help!Looking forStandard Earth map (neither Large nor huge)
Many times I've tried to complete RI on huge or large maps. MAF always destroyed my intentions. Anyone knows how or where I can donwload a good standard earth map? At least, a map that shouldn't be neither large nor huge.

Pleeeeeeeease! :D


28 Feb 2013, o 11:28
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Post Re: Help!Looking forStandard Earth map (neither Large nor hu
I don't think there ever were any for RI. I'd recommend you to play on random maps of smaller sizes.


2 Mar 2013, o 01:51
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Post Re: Help!Looking forStandard Earth map (neither Large nor hu
Check out this script http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=315047

It will allow you to play any civ + leader which will spawn in their historical location. You can include as many civs as you wish and there are 3 different earth map sizes you can play on.


9 Oct 2013, o 22:25
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Warlord

Joined: 14 Jul 2009, o 23:17
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Location: Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Post Re: Help!Looking forStandard Earth map (neither Large nor hu
Why dont you try the earthevolution3 map that is already bundled with realism 3.1? Its a map focused on online play, its also a large map, but it uses MUCH less memory than RI large world map and its much faster, although with less historical accuracy.


1 Dec 2013, o 15:47
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Post Re: Help!Looking forStandard Earth map (neither Large nor hu
I have also a version of ee3 with the new realism 3.2 terrains (scrub, swamp, hot springs etc).
Its here:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/535 ... convertido

But it has a bug, which I havent been able to find out.


1 Dec 2013, o 17:07
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