Started by AvG, July 15, 2013, 07:19:48 PM
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QuoteTiles of 125m. Will that be the standard for the near future?
QuoteBpM is set at 22. OK. But 22 is now different from 22 in the past. I do not understand how that is possible. BpM21 is now the same as 20 in EXP-Complete.
QuoteFactory-building not possible by player. I seem to remember that I could do this as player a couple of years ago. (Important for my way of playing.)
QuoteOnly german text.
QuoteSome ideas:- Waybuilding cost time. Laying 20km of track not possible anymore. (testing)- Rails and roads over the highest mountains not possible. (under investigation) Height-levels will get dimensions.- Towngrowth factors dependent on needs-fullfillments of inhabitants. (under investigation)- Less vehicle-types by using more universal High and Low-Volume vehicles.
Quote from: AvG on July 16, 2013, 01:25:41 PM125 m/tile is fine. However, big rivers, like you find a.o. in Holland, can be over 1500 m wide.I think we need therefore an extra rivertile that looks like open water.
QuoteBpM setting. The number of hours for a BpM-setting differs from previous versions. IMHO completely independend from tile-dimension.
QuoteGerman text. I have only German text. Maybe I use the wrong textfile or the right textfile on the wrong place.
QuoteTowngrowth.Playing EXP-complete I noticed a market near a town and it gave the impression there was a relation between demand/offer.IMHO it is not difficult to make the relation between population-size and demand of each good. The fullfillment of demand can be translated into satisfaction and can give an influance on towngrowth.