Here are the three maps that I made for landgrab.net. An online RISK (world domination) boardgame. All balancing, movement charting and the density of spaces available to capture were set by me.
The first map I made was “Silvery Moon”, an edited version of a map from Dungeons&Dragon. This map is one of the highest played map on the site with a 7.9/10 rating.
Added bridges, city gates, city blocks, rivers, and paths
A total of 113 territories from all 20 continents combined
Roads connecting the East entrance to West, North to two South entrances and vice versa
A – Map color coded with their respective continent
B – Allowed movement guides
C – Fortress and normal territory spaces
D – Game view, showing players by their respective colors and army size
E – Hover over description of territory space
F – Territory names
Second map created was from an image I found online, titled “Junnin”. I left the original name of the image in tact to give proper credits for the artist. The image was then edited on top to help illustrate the map better. Players have rated this 5.5/10.
249 territories have been defined for this map with 26 continents
Added headquarters (introduced new style of playing landgrab maps)
Added cities as continents
Made walking spaces as forests (introduced new style of playing landgrab maps)
Introduced tunnels as a way of fast traveling method (introduced new style of playing landgrab maps)
Third map created was from a smaller image I found online and then added my own art to further elaborate on the details and increase the size for the map. This map has a rating of 5.2/10 and is a really large map with a high number of territories.
307 territories have been defined for this map with 16 continents
Added areas as continents
Made fewer walking spaces
Added caves as a method for fast traveling through the map