This video, published by prissi in the forum, shows the contribution of the developers since 2006, which is the better part of it’s life as an open source project.
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Sojo, from the german crew, has created an unofficial Twitter account where you can read the latest news from the Simutrans world including new addons, maps, challenges, etc…
Join the convoy at simutrans_de
Firstly, we have recently created a Facebook Simutrans fan site, that contains several screenshots and the official logo too. Now you can list Simutrans under your games in your facebook profile and colaborate with images, comments or videos in the wall.
On the other hand, some time ago several people already created a Facebook Simutrans fan group. There are no admins in the group and it’s not very crowded indeed but we expect to boost it with the new fan site. Anyway, the group has 168 members, so it’s growing slow but sure.
We hope you to join us in Facebook in order to promote the game and reach to more potential players.
Today a big new map (3040×1600) of Russia created by AEO was added to the Simutrans maps website. If you use this map be sure to set the water level to -2. The recommended number of rivers is 1024, the maximum length of rivers is also 1024.
Further, a map created by Sindor was added in two sizes (256×256 and 1025×1025). Use water level -6 to get the intended map. As nobody seems to know if this map actually represents a real part of the world, it can be found in the fantasy maps section. Please make a comment if you know which interesting part of the world this might be.
It includes the binary and several paksets like pak64, pakgerman, pakHAJO, pak128, pak128.Britain, pak32.comic, pak192.comic, pak.ttd and pak128.german.
Now you can burn a CD or load it into a USB stick and take it wherever you want. Dowload it here.
Sometime ago we talked with Hajo, the old headmaster of Simutrans and this time we’re going to know the person who is now in charge of Simutrans project, Markus “Prissi” Pristovsek.
All started at the simutrans german forum but now the new simutrans screenshot contest has involved the whole community. It’s going to be a monthly contest with a different topic each month. This time it’s about landscape-scene with player-vehicles (rivers, small train tracks, a little airfield, etc…)