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PostPosted: Thu Jun 28, 2007 7:01 am 
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The netherlands is hell to make in my opinion, that's why I usually give it a go then give up out of pure annoyance... Minute height differences... those lovable areas under sea level. Of course my love for detail makes things a lot harder. Ah well...
Strangely enough... Leiden used to have the most frequent service of all stations...well it used to at least before they changed everything.
Of course the center of the world will always be Utrecht. :lol:

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It all gets a lot easier, if you use a hight map.

The Netherlands map i made was done in 90 minutes...


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Luukland wrote:
It all gets a lot easier, if you use a hight map.

The Netherlands map i made was done in 90 minutes...


BTW where do you get height map of Netherlands?

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Just by using Google earth with one extra feature.

(it is in the: How to generate superb heightmaps topic ^^)


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 Post subject: Northwest Europe
PostPosted: Fri Jun 29, 2007 1:20 pm 
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Today I finished my 4th real world scenario. I have already made scenarios of: Tasmania, The Netherlands and Jamaica. But this one is about NorthWest Europe!!

The map has 5 countries on it: The Netherlands, Belgium, France, England and Ireland.

Statistics:
- Size: 512 x 512
- Max Loan: 500.000 (max)
- Difficulty: Very easy
- N. Towns: Medium
- N. Factories: Medium
- Climate: Temperate
- Starting year: 1947
- Newgrfs: none

This map is the game of your dreams!! Did you always wanted to build the whole UK full of tracks? Or wanted to connect France to England? Now is you chance!! This scenario offers a lot of potential. You can transport Passengers from all big cities, and transport oil from the North Sea to Rotterdam's harbor. Or try to transport wood from the Scotland highlands, to the lowlands, near Glasgow. With Settings set to very easy, you can build everything of your dreams, try it, and relieve the English Ages, where you are the transporter!!

-- © Luukland Productions. 2007. All rights reserved --


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File comment: "Giant" Screenshot of the whole map. © Luukland Productions. 2007. All rights reserved.
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File comment: Screenshot from the area around Glasgow. © Luukland Productions. 2007. All rights reserved.
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Woo, you managed to fit Orkney in. :D

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great effort, luukland, justi tip tho, Manchester is the third biggest city in england, and in your scenrio it has a population of 600ish.

oh and another thing, do we have rights to run this scenrio as a multiplayer ?


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Tomsomethingcon wrote:
great effort, luukland, justi tip tho, Manchester is the third biggest city in england, and in your scenrio it has a population of 600ish.

oh and another thing, do we have rights to run this scenrio as a multiplayer ?


You are totally right about manchester, i will change it immediately.

All my scenarios have the following tekst in it:
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- May be used for multiplay :)

EDIT: Scenario Updated to V 1.0
Fixes: Manchester bigger + Copyright notices added


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Although that open space near Glasgow seems nice for an airport I guess I'll pass, it's surely prone to get hit by flaming cars. :?

Gotta dl :D

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Yo, so here's a Norwegian-like Fjord scenario

Statistics:
- Size: 256x256
- Max Loan: 1.200.000 Kr (gotta have the real currency for every scenario) ;)
- Difficulty: haven't fixed that
- N. Towns: not too many
- N. Factories: some
- Climate: Arctic
- Starting year: 1938 and 1945
- Newgrfs: none

Made it from a map I googled (freehand), can't find it anymore. The towns have random Norse names. Stuff.. There's a couple of versions in the .zip. Plain without anything but water and land (for those who like to add stuff themselves or use the random options, one with only the towns and two different starting years with all the goodies.


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And over here we have the lovely sunny Samos. The greek isle near the coast of Turkey. Contains the island, and a small part of Turkey, with the city of Izmir. Freehand from a tourist leaflet map.. xD I'm quite happy with the result though. Here's the map actually http://www.pithagorio.net/Kart/Samosmap.JPG googled it. Hmm what else... I only added the red mainroad. Real town names. one or two mines in the right places, other than that is just random. There's really no banana's in Samos. ;p

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- Size: 512x256
- Max Loan: 50,000,000 Drakhma
- Difficulty: haven't fixed that
- N. Towns...err Villages: as many as there are in Samos
- N. Factories: some
- Climate: Tropical
- Starting year: 1950
- Newgrfs: none

As in the Fjord I uploaded, there's a plain version, one with roads and villages and the complete one. In the detail you can see the lovely Pithagorio, home to the mathematician of old times (can you guess the name? :wink: ) over the town rises the hill that still has the ruins of the acropolis of Samos (not included in the game sry)


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They look very nice, especially the fjord map. Maybe we will try them out with #openttdcoop one day :).

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:D Glad you like em, give me some reviews after you've played them? :)

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Location: Karlsruhe, Germany
Just made a new one... Oberbayern in South Germany

Description: This map of medium size covers the area of Southern Bavaria and the west part of Austria. The north part of the map is very flat, containing the big lakes such as Bodensee, Starnberger See, Ammersee and Chiemsee, and of course, the town of Munich. It would be more hilly but i already set the highest elevation down to 3000 meters, so the highest peaks in the Austrian Alps are cut of (which isn't so bad, somewhere you have to plant the forests ;). In the south part of the map we have the Central Alps. While the valley of the Inn is wide enough to build a proper railway line, there are also many narrow valleys with little mountain villages. Getting passengers and food up there might be a little bit difficult but also very challenging if you don't terraform like hell and want to keep the beautiful landscape.

Climate: Sub-Arctic
Size: 1024x512
Towns: 90
Industries: Normal
Version: OTTv0.5.2
Starting Year: 1925
newgrfs: none


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 Post subject: South West Europe
PostPosted: Sun Jul 08, 2007 3:07 pm 
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After completing North West Europe, i got the thought of: Why not a south west Europe? So that's what i did :)

From Bordeaux, through the Pyrenees, crossing the Mediterranean Sea, all the way to Algiers, Tunisia. That is where this scenario stands for. There are a lot of opportunities, to get started, although, the best way, hasn't been invented yet. Great Scenario for playing with friends, or just to play alone, building the best networks available. Fantastic Scenario for Train Players, but also great potential, for naval, air, and road services. Try it for yourselve, and get to the top in as few years as possible!!

Statistics:
Size: 512 x 512
Climate: Tropical
Starting Year: 1947
Difficulty: Very Easy
N. Towns: High
N. Industries: Very High
New Grfs: none


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File comment: South West Europe Scenario. V 1.1. © Luukland Productions. 2007.
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File comment: Screenshot of Madrid (Spanish Capital) and surrounding area. ©Luukland Productions. 2007. All rights reserved.
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File comment: Giant Screenshot South West Europe. © Luukland Productions. 2007. All rights reserved.
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After looking through half of this thread and downloading many scenarios, I caved and decided to just ask. I'm looking for a mediumsized map, with few towns and a reasonable amount of industry that allows for a nice trainnetwork (IE: no islands map, not too mountainious). Any suggestions?


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if you looking for a more flat map, i suggest using the orignal, map array when creating a new map, that way you can state how many towns and indrustys you want


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OMG! I love the Spain scenary, and i was waiting for it

THANKS! awesome work!! :o


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 Post subject: North West Europe map
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I love the U.K/North West Europe map but can it be scaled up to 2048*2048????

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 11, 2007 7:43 am 
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Dave_McMahon wrote:
I love the U.K/North West Europe map but can it be scaled up to 2048*2048????


Since my computer is absolutly rubbish, i cant make anything bigger than 1024x1024. Even with 1024x1024, I experience problems to make, due to gigantic lagg.

I hope to buy in a few months a new personal computer, and than I can give it a try. Nowadays, I guess, someone else has to rescale it :)

I am sorry...


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