If you can't find any more unexplored land there are a number of
things you can do. If you are on an island etc you can build
transports to cary your infantry units to other islands and land
troops there. If you still want your units to patrol your home islands
etc you can just set them to random and they move around randomly
looking for enemy units to destroy.
As for fighters they can be a great resource. Especially, in large
numbers. They have the advantage of traveling very far very fast. They
can attack enemy fighters, ships, cities, armoured units, infantry,
etc. The only downside is they are pretty easy to shoot down. However,
used with a carrier as a staging area you can usually use your
fighters to clear an island of several enemies before landing troops
and armour to take the island. I've done this many times and often use
fighters to soften up the enemy's positions before taking enemy cities
On 12/30/10, Lori Duncan <lori_dunca...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone, could someone tell me what to do when my inventry units and
> fighters can't find any more uncharted land to explore? Have I created too
> much for the map? Also should I leave fighters for bigger more advanced
> battles rather than the practise maps? I think this last game I ended up
> with more stuff than I knew what to do with. <Smile> An empire out of
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