|This is the first public version of the "Montreal Metropolitan Area" board. It features 48 "countries" (cities or municipalities) and 8 "continents" (metropolitan areas or regions). The boundaries loosely follow the actual municipal boundaries; however, many smaller towns were merged. The bridges shown on the map are real (though I had to remove a few bridges to make the map playable). It is a good map for beginners looking for something simple, or for evil luxers who crave for a short but violent game. The map has been fairly balanced through extensive testing with both humans and bots.|
The year is 2000... and a nasty civil war is brewing in the Montreal Metropolitan Area. After an unsuccessful referendums on city mergers, a bunch of crazy gun-toting mayors and city councellors went on a rampage. It didn't take very long for this to escalate into a full-scale nuclear conflict. Chateauguay was nuked. So was L'Assomption. Nobody gived a damn. Half of the bridges went down after being hit by explosive-packed beluga whales trained by a secret terrorist group named 'Free Laval or Die Trying'. Mohawk indians decided to reconquer their homeland. In the end, people were fighting with their bare hands for control of the metropolitan region (well, at least, the remaining non-radioactive parts).
- Unify Montreal and fulfill mayor Tremblay's crazy dreams of "One island, one city"!
- Reunify half of the south shore into the Greater Longueuil, a super suburban megapolis filled with malls, boulevards, parking lots and video rental stores!
- Try to defend the Laurentides region, yeah, try it... with the *huge* Mirabel airport in your backyard, you're heading for trouble!
- And finally, you can also play the ever pissed-off Mohawks, who can (almost magically) smuggle armies between their two reserves!
Version 1.0 adds a 6 player starting scenario.
Created by Hugo Dufort. Version 1.02 released November 10, 2005.
Montreal is a Map for the game Lux Delux.
Play on Mac, Windows, Linux, iOS or Android:
80 MB download.