Suburban stations for TTDPatch/OpenTTD (Nightlies).
Part of the former Project Generic Stations.
City stations for TTDPatch/OpenTTD (Nightlies).
Total Town Replacement Set v3 (TTRSv3 for short) is a building set for TTDPatch, for the temperate climate. It contains over 100 town buildings to break the monotony you get with default TTD town buildings. The buildings are separated into four "eras", 1920-1950, 1950-1980, 1980-2010 and 2010-forever. This means your towns will nicely evolve from old-style buildings towards modern buildings as time passes in the game.
The set comes with some extras as well. The small and big airport graphics are replaced to make them fit to the buildings. There are two bank versions that replace the original bank and have different looks in the different eras. You also get two new road graphics, one used before 1970, and one used after that year. Everything except the bank can be turned off in case you want to use different graphics for these things, or simply prefer the original TTD ones.
Randomly generated Welsh town names. Also includes one static town name (I think you can guess which one).
A slowly growing collection of Swedish trains, with no guarantee of becoming a complete 'set'.
A set containing stations based on stations as found in the Netherlands
Industrial stations with facilities to cover all cargos in the game. Features gradual loading cargo showing in platforms, animated sprites and non-track tiles.
A ton of new bridges, with some updated originals.
The set doesn't have compatibility with any roadset, or railset, that will come in future editions.
The Dutch Tram Set attempts to give an historical overview of Dutch
trams while ensuring quality gameplay. It works well with OpenTTD's
realistic road vehicle acceleration and for that purpose includes as
much actual vehicle properties as possible.
Vehicle capacity is optimized for gameplay (higher than actual seated
capacity, but lower than seated+standee capacity) and based on actual
vehicle length to maintain historic differences between vehicles. By
default, the vehicles can carry passengers only, but a parameter option
allows refitting to all cargo types.
Vehicles are drawn to their historic liveries. Some vehicles even come
in multiple liveries. A parameter option allows to change all liveries
to company colours (2CC), aimed at multiplayer games.
Vehicle prices are balanced against the default TTD buses. Tram purchase
is more expensive than bus purchase, but tram running costs are lower
than bus running costs to compensate for the higher initial investment
costs. Vehicles in the Dutch Tram Set are furthermore balanced between
themselves. Purchase costs depend on vehicle weight (material cost),
power (engine cost) and length (furniture cost). Running costs depend
on capacity (cleaning cost), speed (maintenance cost) and power
Lifted tracks only show ballast and can be used to keep your old and disused rail lines visible in the landscape. The planning tracks allow plotting new rail lines. Both railtypes do not allow vehicles.
Requires OpenTTD 1.2.0 (r23166). OpenTTD 1.3.0 (r24367) recommended.
River boats, lake ships and coasters in a range of attractive sizes.
Features lickable pixels in two company colours.
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