Sarlock, a fellow member of our community, published an interesting and detailed step-by-step tutorial that teaches you how to use Blender, a free 3D computer graphic tool, to create graphics for Simutrans, focusing on buildings. The tutorial also introduces you to the basic functions of Blender. If you were wanting to learn Blender but you […]
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a pak128.britain savegame of San Francisco and the bay area with all cities placed
New simutrans experimental version, based on simutrans 112.3, has been released. Many new features and improvements provided.
It took a long time… But the blog is once again online, on a shiny new server. Don’t blame VS at all! 😉
If you love skiing, mountain climbing or a well planned railroad then you can play on this map of the Swiss Alps made by NYC911. It is part of an interesting scenario in which you have to be very careful in laying your track. Links: Swiss Mountains Scenario – Forum topic Simutrans Maps – download […]
We have been able to extend our Simutrans South American maps collection by courtesy of gabyregistrado. He made a very nice map of the western part of the Rio de la Plata. It measures 1599×798 and has nice water and mountain features. Apparently the air is very good in this environment. Links: Rio de la […]
Time for the traditional pre-Christmas release of pak128.Britain! 1.13 contains the following updates and additions: – lots of new ships – ironworks (wlindley) – gasworks (jamespetts) – new 4-wheel carriage graphics (jamespetts) – SIMUTRANS FRIED CHICKEN!!! (Sarlock) – numerous bugfixes Get it here. Merry Christmas and happy playing!
Feo has made a very cute map of the Valley of Mexico, the historical heart of Mexico and Mexico City. It is only 304×240, so very suitable for low-profile computers or network play. Set water level at -2. Buen juego! Links: Mapa del Valle de Mexico Simutrans Maps
Sarlock has made a map of Vancouver and its Fraser river. It is a very big and detailed map, sized 6000×2148. Each tile represents 20m, so we are talking about an area of around 120×40 km. Mountain heights are on a logarithmic scale. Be sure to set water level at -9. To date this is […]
SMSC 2012 November’s Edition about Historical & Modern buildings.