The AlpineClimate is a combination of TTD's sub-arctic and temperate climates. Its key element being a variable snow line feature giving the impression of seasons.
The AlpineClimate re-implements all TTD original temperate buildings, cargoes and industries including their original animations on basis of the mountainous arctic climate.
av8 is a complete aircraft set for TTDPatch and OpenTTD. It features a full range of aeroplanes and helicopters from 1920 to the present, with futuristic vehicles up to 2050.
The UK Roadset is a left - and now right hand side roadset for Transport Tycoon Deluxe.
It is compatible with:
Pikka's Brick Viaduct
RobC's Steel Bridge
New South Wales(Ausset) landscape
A set that replaces all locomotives, inspired by real and imagined locomotives from tropical regions.
Industrial stations with facilities to cover all cargos in the game. Features gradual loading cargo showing in platforms, animated sprites and non-track tiles.
The optional aircraft for av8, available in a seperate grf for use with the OTTD enginepool feature.
This grf is changing introduce year, speed and capacities of all original road vehicles except toyland landscape, so the RVs are not useless with DB Set XL, mainly goods trucks.
See the Discussion for more details.
This grf is changing RVs parameters in Temperate Climate where can run DB Set XL, but also in Arctic and Tropic Climate where can not run DB Set XL. So activate this grf only when you want to play Temperate Climate with DB Set XL.
A Trolleybus Set with trolleybus infrastructure and eleven different trolleybuses.
The trolleybuses works like trams. They can just drive under overhead lines.
Adds a hot air balloon as an air vehicle. Sprites drawn by Zephyris; code and sound effect by Supercheese.
FooBar's Tram Tracks is a tramway replacement set featuring single-sided supports for overhead wires, slightly wider tracks and off-road tracks embedded in the grass (or in brown or gray ballast if you prefer).
FooBar's Tram Tracks supports the Temperate, Sub-Arctic and Tropical climates of both the original TTD graphics and OpenGFX, as well as the New Terrain, the Japanese Landscape Set and OpenGFX+ Landscape.
Additionally, the player can choose between two types of wire supports: the set's default single-sided wire supports with support poles as wide as streetlights or an alternative with slightly slimmer poles.
To OpenGFX users these tram tracks may look familiar: the OpenGFX tram tracks are based on this very set. Now why would you use this if you use OpenGFX? Maybe because you want something else instead of the brown ballast. Or maybe because you want the slimmer poles. Your choice.
Game version requirements for this new grapics set:
TTDPatch: (nightly) version 2.6 alpha 0 r1651 or higher.
OpenTTD: 1.0.0 or higher.
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