> Did anyone prefer exits labelled with long route numbers, instead of
> exits keyed only by direction?
I'd prefer directions, myself. It gives more of an "in the game" feel.
Speaking of which, can we expect to have a new map for the production release
> Stacking with exits let people block routes, but they implied all sorts
> of nasty Olympian physics violations (just which province are you in, if
> you are on the border?). Was it worth it? Several players have said they
> missed exit stacking. Is this only because other methods of region
> control weren't implemented to replace it?
I think region control is very necessary for the economy. Better people have
explained this concept better than I could. I think its more that it worked,
than it worked well.