Discuss a Transport Tycoon-like game being programmed by forum users.
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- Traffic Manager
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- Location: Nepal, Kathmandu
Please take this project ahead. Many of us have wanted to see a 3d ttd like this.
Good day building rails
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- Joined: 09 Aug 2004 00:14
- Location: Gouda, the Netherlands
Patience, something like this doesn't happen overnight... or you could help.
Here's a list of things you
- Learn to program (if you already haven't). Start programming on TE;
- Draw graphics and/or 3D models;
- Produce music for the game
- Produce sound effects for the game;
- Make scripts for various things in game;
- Donate money (servers, artists, coders). Please note that artists and coders are expensive, so if you want a full time coder on this, it's going to cost you.
At the moment there are only two people(An00bis and Uzurpator) working on this, so it's going to take a while. You could either accept that or help them out a bit.
- Traffic Manager
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- Joined: 21 Feb 2006 10:33
- Location: grantham england
Great to know this is still being worked on
sitting very patiently as i have neither the skill to help or the money to contribute
in awe of the skills An00bis and Uzurpator (and a fair few other peeps around here)
In my mind i see a cross between Locomotion and Trains & Trucks Tycoon or was that Trucks & Trains Tycoon? lol great game despite not being finished but anyway i digress as i was saying a cross between those 2 with the add-on ability of open ttd
whatever the reality i am sure it will be fantastic
english trucker intrests transport games and driving cars...............i must be mad
LIFE the game................Because you have to play
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One has to be rather dense to not see that it is much easier to request that a project be taken ahead is much easier than concrete participation in the project's progress,but the expression of interest,or evidence that interest persists despite the passage of time,may have a motivating effect on those with the necessary skills.So why disparage it?
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