An easy source of new maps for TripleA.
danieledel last edited by
For future maps that can be inserted into the TripleA game, perhaps there are some notable sources, ready-made strategic table games that have already been successful. I refer to those of the International Team, here is the list:
The game of the war between East and West in 1981:
The Yom Kippur war game:
The wars of Napoleon:
And other games:
Wanting, even without having to violate the copyright (you need to be informed, maybe after all these times have expired rights), you can easily have new maps for Triplea.
If you are looking for maps, I would suggest the site,Geacron.com, which provides maps of political borders for every year from 3000BC to today.
alkexr last edited by alkexr
@rogercooper It's worthy of noting that it's notoriously inaccurate. It can be a very useful tool to quickly get an idea of a general time period, but it's no substitute for historical research.
For more detail, you can use the program, Centennia Historical Atlas. However it only covers Europe, North Africa and the Middle East during the second millenium.
The military history department of West Point has some interesting maps USMA