Map Games are games in which that simulate countries in real life. A Map Game first has to be given a plot and setting, in which in can be alternate history or alternate future. The plot can be anything that the creator of the Map Game wants it to be. A Map Game has to have rules in order to be a fair game. The rules are basically boundaries to the Map Game; break one, and you are kicked. The creator can also make staff ranks, in which they can be Mapmakers, managers, NPC Move makers, or Event Makers.

Turns are taken in a way in which describe actions all over the player's country. First, they request in the comments section of the Map Game, and the creator or manager can approve it. Then, once the Map Game starts, you can play. There are two ways in which to take your turn.

  • Jumble-It-Up: This is basically making your turns into a big wall of text, in which you describe your actions with no alerts on what the topic is. This might not be recommended, but if you have to, you can go for it.
  • Orderly: This style is sub-sectioning your actions. For example:
* Great Britain
** Industry:
** Wars:
** Culture:
** Politics
** Diplomacy:

and etcetera.

Once you have done your turn, you can publish your edit, and voila! Your turn has been taken. But, make sure to notify others who are playing the Map Game that you have done the turn. Bold your name in the Turn Order to make sure all others know you have taken your turn on the Map Game.


To create a Map Game, you must check the category of "Active Map Games". If there are 5 active Map Games already, you cannot create a Map Game. If you create one illegally, an administrator will likely warn you to shut down your game. If you refrain to do so, you are blocked from the Wikia for two weeks.

List of Map Games

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