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Akagish and Tsukubaish 0.10

By: jubuttib
Origin: Scratch | Fantasy
Category: Temporary Circuits
Status: WIP (Not Yet Released)
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These are my first two tries at making a track using Bob's Track Builder (thank you Piddy for providing us with such a great tool). They were both done in a day and are only meant as a test of what BTB is capable of. I plotted the path in Google Earth, imported it into BTB, added a height difference, smoothed out some curves, added a rudimentary terrain, and in the case of "Tsukuba", some vegetation to cover "The Edge of The Universe". Other than that they are not polished in any way, and I'd say that they are at best around 5-10% done.

The thing is, the time limit in my demo of BTB is running out and I don't (yet) have the money to buy a license for the full version, and really don't have the time nor the artistic capability to make a really nice looking track, nor even a good track to drive. So I'm releasing all the files and data I've used to create these tracks for the community to use. If someone is interested just throw me a note and I'll upload the BTB project folders and the Google Earth paths and everything to RapidShare so you can download and fiddle with them to your hearts content. All I'm asking is that if you do eventually come up with something driveable, throw me a note so that I may test it out. Also it would be kind to mention my name somewhere, but I'm not that picky with that sort of stuff. =)

So yeah, test them, modify them, whatever you wish, my stuff is your stuff, if you want it. =)


Added another version of Akagi Uphill, now with TREES, wowzerz, so you can tell how fast you're going. You can't crash them, but the treewall will keep you from dropping over the edge of the universe.

Added a new version of Akagi Uphill, this time I used real elevation data, no more constant climb rates!

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Speed_Vtec on Apr-30-2009

Silent_alarm: Not much to report. I haven't been able to dedicate time to this project. I do have around 3 track layouts that are more or less ready, though they don't really have any terrain to speak of, nor eyecandy. A friend of mine was working on a way to import terrain data straight from Google Earth/other sources, but that hasn't been going so well. Though now with the newer version of BTB I can work on the terrain myself, so I should have something drivable before summer. It won't look nice, but should be fun to drive anyway. Have you tested the unfinished versions I have uploaded?
jubuttib on Apr-21-2009

How is the progress coming up? We really don't have that many touges yet and i love drifting and grip racing on touges. Uphill or downhill, it doesn't matter so much to me but i prefer a downhill bit more
Silent_alarm on Mar-15-2009

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