|An all out Maritime war!|
|A distorted map of Japan. The prefectures are countries and the regions are continents. Hokkaido has been broken up for better game play. A few of the smaller prefectures have been removed or lumped in with another to give a better size and many of the other prefecture boundaries need work.|
mapLAB update: added a starting scenario, moved PI window, moved army boxes.
|Inspired by Red River, one of my favorite maps from a different game.|
Four armies converge at to take control of this especially resource-rich section of the riverbank. Defend your walls or set out to conquer, either way the river will soon be red with your blood.
Feedback is appreciated.
|Welcome To Colorful Colorado|
|Colorado, its not just a square.|
All cities are connected but seperate continents. Each city is worth 3 armies, but Denver is 5. Each continent is 8 armies, but Central Rockies is 10.
If you find any bugs to this map, or requests, please email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
MapLab update: Added a starting scenario
|The Caribbean 1968|
|Battle of the Caribbean Islands, 1968.|
mapLAB update: Added a starting scenario
|the north pole|
|IMPORTANT: must play with, show one less army option off or u can't see the values for towns|
ho ho ho
|This is a map of the historic county of Yorkshire, England.|
|The Preacherman gave you Chess, so here is Checkers!|
|A tribute to the players of|
Roman Empire II
"the Punic Wars"
For their patience, enthousiasme, wits, courage, jokes, swears and curses.
For the hundreds of hours of rivalry, humour and friendship
Alas limited to my 24 most played opponents
|Louisiana - The Pelican State|
Home to New Orleans, Mardi Gras, gumbo, po boys, the bayou, cajun, creole, jazz and zydeco.
|My newborn, my very first map. Since I like to play both Solitaire and Lux, I decided to put those two together. Hope you'll enjoy!|
|Classic Quarter Deux|
|Classic Part Deux with some continent changes and FAIR bonuses. Credit goes mostly to AJ Bertenshaw, Preacherman, and a little for myself for the changes.|
mapLab update: added a starting scenario, moved PI window.
|Aperture Science - L17|
|My first map, and possibly first of its type. It is a first person view of the game portal with 12 continents and around 192 countries to capture. To get behind the viewing glass you must go through the doorway and into the inner rooms, the arrow points in the direction to go.|
|New Zealand - Interisland Wars|
|A faction in the North Island of New Zealand want to form their own country, independant of the South Island. A die-hard group do not like this, and go against government will and try to wipe this new faction out. In the South Island, a civil war has erupted between groups supportive of the split and those against it. Likewise war has erupted in the North Island. Can you unite New Zealand or shatter it for your own purposes?|
|Halifax, Nova Scotia|
|Nottingham City Centre|
|A map based on the city centre of the city in which I live - Nottingham, in the East Midlands of England, the UK.|
My first Lux map.
v1.1 Added scenario, moved country borders closer together and changed some names and connections
v1.2 Added background based on original map
|Now you can be J.P Morgan, George Soros, and Warren Buffet all at the same time!|
At the bottom you will find Currency Coins that generate income and are like cash.
In the middle you can find the "Broker" icons.
Broker Icons connect to ALL of the Currencies and ALL of the Stocks/Commodities Columns.
The Broker icons can apply Upward or Downwards pressure on the Stock or commodities by attacking the top or bottom of the column.
Assets can be moved from one investment to the other only via a broker icon.
Buy low Sell High!
|On the "Leisure" page of your newspaper, a new type of word search puzzle awaits.|
Follow the clues written on the bottom to hunt for the series of five-letter words hidden in the tangle of letters. Find a word, take all its letters and get points. Each continent has the same number of countries, is labelled the same color, and the continent labels are off-screen, so there's no cheating allowed, the only way to find income is to find the words!
The words are written forwards, vertically, upside-down, backwards, or diagonally in any direction, so it won't be easy. Movement between the letters is horizontal or vertical, but also diagonal.
Of course, not all the letters are part of words. There are 27 letters left over, and when read in order they spell out a bonus phrase, in fact the title of a video game that I particularly enjoy. Good luck finding it all!
A two player, Luxtoberfest IV themed hex dueling map.
|Equal Area Risk|
|-Equal Area Risk-|
A different way of looking at the traditional board.
|Just plain great.|
|The Berlin Wall|
|This is Berlin in its borders when the wall fell. You see only a few reliefs of the well known paintings of the east side gallery in the background theme.|
|Union County, New Jersey|
|Many municipalities have small bonuses.|
Bigger cities get bigger bonuses.
Be mindful of continents and values.
This map is on the small side, and has always been pretty quick.
My first map!
Changes in version 1.3, 1.4:
Fixed the theme name so it would (should) work.
In version 1.2:
Enlarged Winfield so it's easier to see.
Reduced Rahway bonus to 2.
Added a theme!
|500 years of peace are enough: breaks up the SWISS CIVIL WAR !|
42 cantons divided in 6 production zones (Emmenthal, Chocolate, Knives, Swatch, Pharma, Financial);
mountains and rivers obstruct the communications, allowed by roads and bridges where present.
In the starting scenario, no one of the 6 players own a whole incoming zone: you have to deserve it!
|The Borgia World Map|
|The Borgia World Map|
I saw this map in the Vatican Museum. It's made in the 1400s of two copper plates engraved with a screwed up map of the world known in that time. Paradise is part of it, and a land inhabited with "women with hairy legs" probably suggests hell.
|The Lost City|
|For many centuries, the lost city of Atlantis has been shrouded in mystery and thought ot be just a myth. But a couple days ago, a great tremor shook the Earth. The island of Atlantis rose from teh depths of the sea; along with it, a great pit fell in the Sahara and was quickly covered in water. Attempts to meet the Atlantians peacefullly has ended brutally, with the killing of those sent. The Atlantians are seeking to rule the world as they once did. Can the people of today defend themsleves against this ancient superpower?|
|War in the galaxy - rise of an empire|
|It's the year 2193, the conflicts of some star systems is growing into a war.|
Now help your star to become his place in the galaxy
|1650, the height of pircacy in the Caribbean.|
Not all the islands have been connected for tactical chokepoints and to keep the game flowing.
* Shifted Army Boxes
|Middle East Series II - Arabia|
|The Second Episode in the series touring the Middle East.|
While most see the Arabian Penninsula as an arid land of sand and desert, some see the riches deep within. Deep within the ground that is, where the oil is.
Coming soon: Iran
|Where have all the dollars gone? Long time memory..|
They are spread in a world wide web of hedge funds, derivatives, tax havens.. a giant puzzle of dark financial business, most of whose tesserae are hidden to the public eye.
Where have all the dollars gone? Not in our pockets, anyway..
When will we ever learn? Never, forget it. We may as well get over with a dollar-looking Lux game.
Starting scenario for 6 players. Hope Bob Dylan can forgive me.
|Sorry for the ignoble pun, but the leopard fur IS a perfect map for a jeopardizing Lux game.|
Bet a dinner.. and the dinner is YOU !
Starting scenario for 5 players + neutral
|GAME PLAY NOTES: Board is based on quadrants. All neighboring quadrants can attack each other. Arrow lines indicate line of Japanese Attack but have nothing to do with play. The US FLEET and the JAP ATTACK areas are designated on the map for ease of play.|
mapLAB update: Added a starting scenario
|Extreme Great Britain|
|Extreme Lux - Battle of Great Britain|
More than 500 countries! Dozens of continents! Lux to the limit!
Britain in turmoil! The financial crisis, the war in Iraq, new attacks by the IRA in Northern Ireland, the decreasing appreciation of the Royal family.... The United Kingdom is breaking into pieces. The Scotts are about to join the Euro, Northern Ireland wants to reunite with Ireland, Wales wants total independency. England is falling apart. The Royal Army starts attacking rebelling forces in the regions resulting in a total collapse!
Try to reunite Britain....
This map is so large that two problems may occur: the bot's don't understand it and play foolishly (especially in the beginning), human players are just outrun by the bots in the end game. I fiddled around a bit and found the following settings (preferences) and bots the most entertaining:
Prefs: -Computer player speed: fastest
-Country border width: thinnest
Game options: -Use cards
-Transfer cards to conquering player
-card sequence: 5, 10, 15...
-Continent bonuses go up 20% every round
-Turn time limit 50 seconds (with touchpad, 40 secs for mouse)
Use this bot mix: Cluster, Angry, Reaper, EvilPixie and Tactobot
I win about every second game now, which is okay for botgames....
Check out the Castle Vox version of this map!
|From David Eddings' Belgariad and Mallorean novels. Eastern and Western continents.|
mapLAB update: added a strating scenario, moved PI window.
1.1: fixed extra connection bug
|New Version with improved visibility in background.|
Inspired by popular storeybooks. Starting Scenario has 5 players. Play as Vikings, Braves, Arabian Knights, Anglo-Bavarian Knights or the Dark Armies. Ownership of the sea allows you to sail accross the map top to bottom. Thanks to blackj3sus & dustin for circles. My first map.
|The year is 2,348 A.E. (A.E. – After Earth) OR 12,349 C.E. and Earth has been rendered uninhabitable—forcing humanity into the Galaxy. The forces of New Earth fight for order, while the many crime lords hope to destroy it. It is a turbulent place, filled with thieves, mercs, warlords and those just trying to survive. Can you?|
NOTE:This is my first map, and I have made it quite simple as to avoid any errors or bugs. In the future I plan to make more complex maps. Keep watching for Xeros Armera.
|Zero Hour Matrix|
|The Oracle seated at Greenwich attempts to control the communication on the web matrix. Enthroned on her independent continent, the Oracle can strike, or be struck, only along the hotwired links. Triangulation links connect geo-stationary satellite communications above network hubs around the world. Beware of cul-de-sac links where your data packets could become congested if you're not cautious. Bust out by pipelining!|
Map LAB update: Added a starting scenario
|A yet undiscovered world of water and small island clusters exists. Primitive inhabitants are in a constant struggle to control all their nearest neighbors, unaware of the thousand other archipelago beyond the horizon.|
This particular cluster of islands is linked by underground tunnels as well as an ancient set of six colored tiki totems said to be able transport men across long distances...
There are 6 pairs of small square countries that are outlined in black. Each one has a colored totem emblem next to it. The country next to a red totem connects to the country next to the other red totem. The country next to a yellow totem connects to the country next to the other yellow totem. And so on for green, indigo, white, and gray.
(For best visual effect, set Country Border Width to Thin under the Preferences menu)
|Parasites have invaded your host’s body. You must fight them off to ensure the survival of your host and so your own.|
Use the blood flow to navigate the body which flows in one direction round the heart in through the lower left and out through the lower right chambers. Beware, infecting the heart starts to kill your host.
You can use the digestive tract to navigate through the digestive system as follows stomach - small intestine - ascending colon - descending colon - rectum.
|A map of modern Germany with a divided Berlin inset. Includes all 16 Bundeslaender with German names.|
** Be Careful! The only access to Berlin is through Brandenberg.
mapLAB update: added a starting scenario, moved PI window.
|In this world map, the size of the countries are proportionnal to the oil they have. Interesting to notice that our "democratcies" find "terrorists" and "communists" mostly in the bigger ones... I wish we all drive non-polluting plug-in electric cars soon!|
|The Round Table|
|This took quite a long time to make! The trick is to start from the corners, and ensure the cities are yours.|
|In my opinion, the greatest city in the world in the greatest state in the world!|
mapLAB update: Added a starting scenario, moved PI window
|Alaska and Hawaii are inaccuret, but enjoy!|
MapLab update: Added a starting scenario
|Somali Pirates Strike|
|Somali pirates have taken a Ukranian Cargo ship loaded with tanks, grenade launchers, and ammunition. Both the U.S.A. and Russia have sent warships to deal with the pirates.|
Three person starting scenario added as well as an expanded African continent. Low card value is suggested for this map.
*Map based on a concept by Mike. Press clippings taken from BBC News.*
|Fight as the warlord of Weinheim's Weststadt-slums against the evil forces of Oberflockenbach and the decadent snobs of Weinheim City.|
But beware! The madmen of Birkenau are attacking you through the Saukopf-Tunnel.
|Conquer South Asia! I have all of the Indian States, but I don't go into as much detail for other countries. Hope you like it! This is my first map. Notice: Goa and China are their own continents. In this version, I fixed a few more minor things.|
MapLAB update: Added a starting scenario, fixed a continent bug, move Player Info window.
|Trek Universe RISK! - The Warp zones let you move about the map to the more remote outposts and function as countries. The Bajoran Wormhole can be accessed by all of the surrounding territories (there are no connecting lines) and is the only way to get to the Dominion which is in the Gamma Quadrant. All places names and zones are accurate to Star Trek canon, except for the sector numbers and the Dominion sectors, which I made up. |
LEGAL DISCLAIMER AND NOTICE: Star Trek, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, and Star Trek: Enterprise are all registered trademarks of Paramount Pictures Corporation. The artwork contained in this lux map is an original piece of art based on concepts from the Star Trek universe. Certain specific portions of the border art are attributed to content freely available at http://www.stdimension.org/int/Cartography/Maps.htm . This Lux map is also in no way affiliated with or endorsed by Paramount Pictures Corporation nor Sillysoft games. Any usage of terms deriving from the Star Trek universe should not be taken to mean an endorsement of this work by Paramount Pictures Corporation nor an implication that this is an officially licensed product.
|my first map, any help would be great|
mapLAB update: added a starting scenario.
|The Five Kingdoms of Te'ren|
|The five kingdoms are at war. Thoris to the north, Firus to the south, Kakosis in the east, Trux in the west and Inferi at the center. Only one can conquer the rest and establish their empire. Will it be under your rule?|