Archive for September, 2010
Today two city maps created by NY911 were added to the Simutrans Maps website. One is the city of Berlin, the other is the city of New York. They both were used in interesting challenges for Simutrans players.
Today a huge (4000×1200) fantasy map created by AEO was added to the Simutrans Maps website. It is called the Mud Mountains. It is a challenging map which forces you to build routes though a steep mountain range. The intended water level is -10.
The summer ends and after this long break, we launch a new edition of SMSC. The subject of this month is Rivers and Channels.
Everybody can participate, with only one screenshot of 800 x 600 pixels, in jpg or png formats. You can use any pakset, and the deadline is September 20th. The voting begins on September 21st.
The prize will be a mention of your nickname in the Simutrans Hall of Fame, praises from the whole community and one post including your picture at blog and simutrans.com.
This is an old project from 2006, carried out by Frank. The original idea is to take pak64’s scale but using 96 pixel tiles. This gives the player more space for the surrounding environment of the objects.
You can download an early demo with non free objects for a better gaming experience, but you will also need simuttd pakset and a test game. Remember the pakset is still under development.
More details at Simutrans International Forum.