[OTTD] Scenarios

Post your custom scenarios here. Saved games also welcome. All Transport Tycoon games acceptable (including TTDPatch and OpenTTD).
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Re: North West Europe map

Post by Dave_McMahon » 11 Jul 2007 22:53

Luukland wrote:Since my computer is absolutly rubbish, i cant make anything bigger than 1024x1024.
ok try this

1, Spyware blaster
2, Spybot search and destroy
3, Nod32 AV (best there is and free trial so you can clear viruses)
4, Windows updates (for security)
5, hi-jack this
6, Ccleaner (crap cleaner)
7, update drivers.
8, or even reinstall XP to make PC good as new!9, upgrade mem, HDD etc (old HDD's are slow.

we' make an off topic thread if you like cos every forum needs a my computer is slow cos of porn/limewire/old people/teenagers thread!

Good luck

If you tell me what to do i'l re-size it and post it here?
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Post by Luukland » 12 Jul 2007 06:11

My Computer is totally clean, it is just very old. I have to wind it up, to get it started :).

And the noise it makes, is terribly loud. The PC is from 2001, and was not one of the best choises. Anyway, I'm gonna help you.

Small Guide:
- Load the heightmap into a scenario
- Start Google Earth
- Build the villages on the same place on the map, as in Google Earth
- Than you have to adjust a little piee of land, near Belgium.
- Next the industries, totally up you you, where you are going to place them
- Then Save the Scenario, and post it here (+screenshot)

If you have more questions, please contact me at this board or at the wiki (see down)
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Country of three citys

Post by ruler » 13 Jul 2007 10:53

My (half)first professional scenario. My images won't work, i might place them later. It's just a land with 3 cities, and no industries.
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Re: Scenarios

Post by RustyCabbage » 15 Jul 2007 01:14

Well another scenario. This one is based on Dover and Calais.
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Re: Scenarios

Post by Luukland » 15 Jul 2007 08:50

Eddy44456 wrote:Well another scenario. This one is based on Dover and Calais.
Rotterdam at sea??!! And where is the Dutch Harbor :). I also think you should have placed the industries by hand, so that the people can build more tactical.

Orginality: 7 (not the first map i've seen about this part)
Landscape: 5 (Rotterdam has a river through town, also the Thames does not stop in London)
Industries: 6 (You should have placed them by hand, not randomly)
Transport Possibilities: 8 (Great number of possibilities, thanks to the pre-build highways)

Overall Score: 6,5 (avarage)

Try to improve yourselve :)

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Re: Scenarios

Post by Dopefish_lives » 15 Jul 2007 15:00

this is my first scenario. it was made so that you can only play it with roads, trams and boats.
it's size is 128x128.
some roads were built manually.
starting date: january 2007.
compatible with openttd version 0.5.2.
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Re: Scenarios

Post by Luukland » 15 Jul 2007 17:11

Dopefish_lives wrote:this is my first scenario. it was made so that you can only play it with roads, trams and boats.
it's size is 128x128.
some roads were built manually.
starting date: january 2007.
compatible with openttd version 0.5.2.
Also my comments about that one :).

Orginality: 9 (Very origional, never seen anything like this before)
Landscape: 5 (Great change of land/sea, but no hills)
Industries: - (None)
Transport Possibilities: 4 (Low number of possibilities, although loads of tows, i think someone quits playing after 30 min.)

Total: 6 (average)

:) GL :)

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Re: Scenarios

Post by Dopefish_lives » 15 Jul 2007 17:28

wow i didnt know you guys rate maps! next scenario it will be cooler.

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Re: Scenarios

Post by bennon » 15 Jul 2007 17:43

hi im bennon i only got on the site yesterday but ive got a save game one each town is over 40,000 population and look at the town names :-)
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Re: Scenarios

Post by OzBabe » 15 Jul 2007 18:02

OK All, hi hi, Leanne here,
Here is my first main adventure using openttd scenario builder and no "newgrfs" was aplied at all

It is 256 x 256
Toyland starting year is 1950
Enjoy..........


I know it is simple but it is limited in industries, can you supply all the towns?
hope its ok, this is my finished product and im going to give it a try, lol

Luv,
Leanne :D :D :D

P.s ty to the 2 posters below, message fixed my apologies, now read forum rules, wont happen again
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SweetPeaches Toylans 256 x 256, no "newgrfs" applied at all.....Enjoy
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Re: Scenarios

Post by Dopefish_lives » 15 Jul 2007 18:24

that colour is AWFUL!!!1

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Re: Scenarios

Post by DaleStan » 15 Jul 2007 19:18

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Re: Scenarios

Post by Luukland » 15 Jul 2007 19:56

OzBabe wrote:OK All, hi hi, Leanne here,
Here is my first main adventure using openttd scenario builder and no "newgrfs" was aplied at all

It is 256 x 256
Toyland starting year is 1950
Enjoy..........


I know it is simple but it is limited in industries, can you supply all the towns?
hope its ok, this is my finished product and im going to give it a try, lol

Luv,
Leanne :D :D :D
Here are my comments on your scenario:

Orginality: 4 (Terrible, looks like you do not have any inspiration at all)
Landscape: 1 (All land is +1, and in square shape, try to be more realistic next time)
Industries: - (None)
Transport Possibilities: 4 (Low number of possibilities, although loads of towns, i think someone quits playing after 20 min.)

Overall Score: 3 (very bad)

I suggest you take it back to the draw table, and make a better one next time! But do not get me wrong, since it is your first, there is lots of room for improvement, so keep on the good work!!

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Re: Scenarios

Post by Jupix » 16 Jul 2007 01:24

Personally, I don't think this scoring business is a very good idea...
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Re: Scenarios

Post by thebrightside » 16 Jul 2007 01:30

Jupix wrote:Personally, I don't think this scoring business is a very good idea...
I completely agree with you. :|
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Re: Scenarios

Post by Luukland » 16 Jul 2007 07:44

thebrightside wrote:
Jupix wrote:Personally, I don't think this scoring business is a very good idea...
I completely agree with you. :|
The only reason why people post their scenarios here, is that they would like to know what others think about it. Although some people do not care, I think it is good to know :)

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Re: Scenarios

Post by White Rabbit » 16 Jul 2007 10:00

Jupix wrote:Personally, I don't think this scoring business is a very good idea...
You don't think it's a good idea to write up one's opinion about a scenario? The scoring system may seem like a review, but people should do that if they feel that's the way they want to express themselves. If you upload a scenario, expect people to comment, regardless of whether they like it or not.
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Re: Scenarios

Post by Jupix » 16 Jul 2007 10:58

White Rabbit wrote:You don't think it's a good idea to write up one's opinion about a scenario?
That's not what I said, is it?

I just think the last couple of "reviews" came across discouraging if not downright insulting, and that's not the way to go at this stage in the project's development. Obviously I know that was not the intention, but a newcomer might not know that, and might never try again when his "welcome" is this cold-hearted. I mean, if you're going to mock entries like that, you should at least make an effort to balance it out with some positives.
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Re: Scenarios

Post by Tom0004 » 16 Jul 2007 11:05

and to add to that, you need to remember that everyone's veiw is different,

i personally play the said scn file, for about an hour last night, and had fun :oops:

i personilly think if this is going to happen from now on, i mean reviewing of SCN files, then it should come from a average descion from, lets say a number of people, a board if you will.

just my veiw tho.

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Re: Scenarios

Post by White Rabbit » 16 Jul 2007 11:10

Jupix wrote:
White Rabbit wrote:You don't think it's a good idea to write up one's opinion about a scenario?
That's not what I said, is it?

I just think the last couple of "reviews" came across discouraging if not downright insulting, and that's not the way to go at this stage in the project's development. Obviously I know that was not the intention, but a newcomer might not know that, and might never try again when his "welcome" is this cold-hearted. I mean, if you're going to mock entries like that, you should at least make an effort to balance it out with some positives.
I was merely defending his right to review as he wished, not his rating. His review was certainly one-sided.
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