Screenshot Of The Month Competition - October 2020

Screenshots of your games! All Transport Tycoon games acceptable (including TTDPatch and OpenTTD).
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Most of these are sooo good. Voting will be very difficult this time around for sure. Makes me wish I was as good at eyecandy.
No pics no clicks. Seriously. Also stop using Modern Maglev Trains. Use RIMS instead.
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Erato wrote:
28 Sep 2020 19:55
Most of these are sooo good. Voting will be very difficult this time around for sure. Makes me wish I was as good at eyecandy.
You have to try and combine them :) I didn't do that much work in it three months ago, but because of Screenshot Competitition I have few beauty places in my game :) Can't wait for another topic :)
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Hello,

Some of you might have already seen this one from Reddit - but I thought I might drop it in here too as it is from an ongoing server game and I'm quite happy with it! :D Here is Tottori, famous for sand dunes...a spectacular tower and port for lesuire cruises.

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Tinny/Tintinfan. :)

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And here's mine, also on Tintinfan's server...
Tosashimizu, where the beach is bisected by the Shinkansen line as it plunges into the ocean to reach the neighbouring island. The crossover between the Shinkansen and coastal mainline was once considered for a transport interchange, but it was decided against as it would have made the high-speed stations too close together. Various passenger and freight trains share the mainline, and an older commuter train is visible on the branchline to Matsudo. The beach isn't too busy today but plenty of people are queueing at the ice cream stall and watching the boats pass by.
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Oh, the underwater tunnel is a nice touch.

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Here's my first entry to this competitions series, small beach in small town of Ruovesi with steam engine on the station. :roll:
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FunPlayer GT wrote:
01 Oct 2020 19:23
Here's my first entry to this competitions series
Welcome to the competition. Always good to see new participants. :D

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Time is up! Time to get out and vote. :D
Here are 13 excellent choices. 8)
2TallTyler wrote:Here's a beach for OpenTTD players: Maho Beach in Sint Maarten. This real beach is famous for its proximity to Runway 10 at Princess Juliana International Airport.
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DemianWSE wrote:Somewhere in the north of Brazil, between the ocean and the jungle, is the town of Vila Clara, a lovely touristic town with beautiful clear water beaches
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Emperor Jake wrote:Tosashimizu, where the beach is bisected by the Shinkansen line as it plunges into the ocean to reach the neighbouring island. The crossover between the Shinkansen and coastal mainline was once considered for a transport interchange, but it was decided against as it would have made the high-speed stations too close together. Various passenger and freight trains share the mainline, and an older commuter train is visible on the branchline to Matsudo. The beach isn't too busy today but plenty of people are queueing at the ice cream stall and watching the boats pass by.
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Fredinho wrote:Beaches!
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fridaemon wrote:People of the Arctic climate finally have the opportunity to travel to a tropical island with beaches, bars and cultural activities in the historic city center. Tourists travel to the city by subway, which goes directly to the airport. The metro station can be reached by tram or on foot. Welcome to paradise!
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FunPlayer GT wrote:Here's my first entry to this competitions series, small beach in small town of Ruovesi with steam engine on the station.
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GarryG wrote:A place north of Newcastle is Port Stephens. Port Stephens has places such as Nelson Bay, Lemon Treet Passage (where I spent my childhood) and a place called Mungo Brush. Pacific Ocean to the East and Myall Lakes to the west with a narrow strip of land in between.
The lake to the west famous for Oysters and prawns (shrimp). To the east after a hard walk through the forest and sand dunes you reach the Pacific Ocean with Miles and Miles of Sandy beaches along the coast. I used to go camping near the lake before it be came so popular. At night we would light a camp fire near the lake shore and two of us would drag a net out into the lake and back to shore and unload the prawns straight into the boiling pot on the camp fire. Some times you also catch a blue swimmer crab. Only problem was I am allergic to prawns and crab even if real fresh :( .
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Quast65 wrote:My impression of the artificial island Neeltje Jans.
Created as a part of the Dutch Delta Works (in this case the Oosterscheldekering) to keep The Netherlands safe from the sea.
Now frequently visited on warm sunny days for its pretty beaches.
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temporal8 wrote:The small towns of Wrunwood and Nedingbury share a coastal strip of wide beaches where people enjoy as a family, everything is calm and quiet except for the trucks that come and go from the Wrunwood chocolate factory up the hill.

The cobbled streets of both towns are ideal for walking on cloudy days, a very popular circuit is to start the day on the steep streets of Wrunwood, walk along the beach until you reach the historic streets of Nedingbury and finish the tour at the old lighthouse.
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Tintinfan wrote:Here is Tottori, famous for sand dunes...a spectacular tower and port for lesuire cruises.
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twills wrote:The traditional Dutch town of Kasestadt is a quiet, peaceful place most of the time. However, every year on the 31st of June, it is inundated with visitors for the annual air show that takes place on its seafront. People come from across the nation and spend the day on the beach watching aerobatic displays. Special Intercity train services are laid on to transport the thousands of spectators whilst Police close the local seafront road to vehicles to allow people to move about safely. This image captures some formation flying from the Russian Air Display Team.
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wallyweb wrote:In 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue ... On his way to China, aboard the Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria, he and his crew stumbled upon an idealic Caribbean island where they dropped anchor in a cove surrounded by beautiful sandy beaches. Columbus suffered a stroke of genius. "We shall make a fortune" he said, and with that he invented the Tourist Industry. "We will build a magnificent luxurious hotel and casino and a spa and a mall of shops and a rum distillery, all to separate rich noblemen from their fortunes. We will call it a tourist resort". And with that he erected a sign on the beach that said "Future Site of CHRIS COLUMBUS' BEACH RESORT!"
MEANWHILE #1: Upon hearing of this brilliant idea, Queen Isabella recalled her 1,000 ship Spanish Armada to port to be refitted to luxury class cruise ships capable of transporting 2,000 tourists each.
MEANWHILE #2: Blackbeard and his nefarious crew of pirates dropped anchor in a bay on the far side of the island, out of sight of Columbus and his crew, and began to scheme for a tourist trap named Blackbeard's Surf Shop wherin to sell cheap trinkets and souvenirs at ridiculously exorbitant prices.
MEANWHILE #3: Vulcan the volcano was rumbling with thoughts of converting the white sands of the beach to the black beach sands similar to those produced by his cousins in New Zealand ...
The rest is history ...
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yazalo [PL] wrote:A small, secluded beach in a little frequented area. You can find here a bar, a lighthouse or a place to pitch a tent, but there is no way to look for expensive hotels and big ships - only a few small boats sailing at sea
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Please interrupt me for breaking the creative flow, though many of us would love to play a scenario like these. If anyone is willing to post saves or scenarios after a monthly win, for instance, we would be most grateful to have an opportunity to play.

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kyfami wrote:
11 Oct 2020 21:19
Please interrupt me for breaking the creative flow, though many of us would love to play a scenario like these. If anyone is willing to post saves or scenarios after a monthly win, for instance, we would be most grateful to have an opportunity to play.
Good point, but this could clutter what is a contest topic with off-topic discussions. Perhaps the contestants could post a link to where the scenario or game is available, but please do so after the voting is closed. This is a screenshot contest, not a game or scenario contest.

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kyfami wrote:
11 Oct 2020 21:19
Please interrupt me for breaking the creative flow, though many of us would love to play a scenario like these. If anyone is willing to post saves or scenarios after a monthly win, for instance, we would be most grateful to have an opportunity to play.
next month after I'll fix my graphic I can send my Openttd folder with saved game to you ;)
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The polls are CLOSED.
We have a winner.
Congratulation Trump Biden fridaemon for an excellent submission. :D
A PM has been sent requesting fridaemon's announcement for October's theme.

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wallyweb wrote:
13 Oct 2020 11:14
Thank you, thanks to all!
I understood the analogy Trump Biden a second time. :D
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Thanks to all openttd players and supporters for your voices. I appreciate it :bow:
With these competitions I'm trying to make my game a lot nicer than before. You all are my inspiration ;)
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And we have a reply from fridaemon. :bow:
October's theme is HEADQUARTERS OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE COMPANY

Get out the hammers, nails and paint and start building. :mrgreen:

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Congratulations Fridaemon, very well done, the image has a lot of additions, small details and all the things we love in the community. :wink: :) :)

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Congratulations Fridaemon!! And to everyone else for making those beautiful images! It was really tough to choose only 3 to vote!

I don't know if this is out of place here, but I have a question:

What NewGRF provides those thin docks with red sides and those marinas full of boats, that can be seen in the top-centre of Fredinho's image, next to the big lighthouse? I've seen them many times and I looked all over for the NewGRF but haven't been able to find it. Maybe I don't know the right words in English to look for it, or is it not available anymore?

Anyway, good job, everyone! Can't wait to see what you all come up with this month!
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Congratulations! Well-deserved, even if competition was tough this month! DemianWSE, your screenshot was another personal favorite :)

The newrgf you're looking for, is MariCo by Michael Blunck.

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Fredinho wrote:
13 Oct 2020 15:26
Congratulations! Well-deserved, even if competition was tough this month! DemianWSE, your screenshot was another personal favorite :)
Thanks! I loved yours! :)
Fredinho wrote:
13 Oct 2020 15:26
The newrgf you're looking for, is MariCo by Michael Blunck.
Thank you so much! :D :D :D
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temporal8 wrote:
13 Oct 2020 14:20
DemianWSE wrote:
13 Oct 2020 15:12
Fredinho wrote:
13 Oct 2020 15:26
Thank you ;) Hope I'll bring more small details into this game :lol: Can't wait for yours Headquarters! Now my HQ is randomly situated somewhere in woods :D
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Congrats on the win and all the amazing pics! I'm looking forward to getting stuck into the new theme

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