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Released Sheep Valley 2.0

Discussion in 'Bob's Track Builder Projects' started by Andre_1th, Sep 12, 2010.

  1. Andre_1th

    Andre_1th

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    My first track, created with BTB trial demo.
    Basicly created for touring cars like DTM or BTCC/WTCC, Megane etc.
    Also drivable with Champcars ;)
    It's far from final release, my todo list is very long, but still wish to share with you.
    Plz be so kind to test, I'm very interested in your suggestions.

    Credits:
    Brendon for creating BTB and my good friend Wusel for Alpha testing.
    Marcin, Chris, Roger and Bjorn for Beta testing.

    Installation:
    Just extract into your main rFactor directory.
    Will overwrite (if existing) old SheepValley.
    Have FUN :)

    V2.1
    * finetuned AI behaviour

    V2.0:
    * More sheeps, details, tunnels.
    * AI's aka muppets or homicidal retards better but still not perfect.
    * New cams.

    There seems to be still some little problems with AI's, sometimes they're driving through collidable objects/walls...

    Video: low qual/no sound/just raw not editted:

    http://members.ziggo.nl/world/rFactor/tracks/Sheep_Valley_2.0.wmv

    or
    http://rapidshare.com/files/418669103/Sheep_Valley_2.0.wmv.html

    SheepValley 2.1:

    http://members.ziggo.nl/world/rFactor/tracks/SheepValley_2.1.rar

    or:

    http://rapidshare.com/files/418796684/SheepValley_2.1.rar.html

    Have fun :)

    Plz Check RFC for latest version, tnx

    André
     
  2. Kris Vickers

    Kris Vickers
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    This is caused by the corridor being either too close or touching the wall they go through.

    Leave about a cars width (maybe slightly less) between the end of the RED part of the corridor line and wall :)
     
  3. Andre_1th

    Andre_1th

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    Yep, I know, double checked, 4 or 5 corridors, indeed green little too far. Seems ok now.
    New version at RFC 2.1 ;)

    but a car width is imho too much.
     
  4. Kris Vickers

    Kris Vickers
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    Yeh i guess your right, looking back at that, i dont know why i said that :confused::confused:

    I would leave a gap, but less than a cars width to be sure that any vehicle would always be in contact with a corridor line.

    Oh well, at least you got it sorted :)
     
  5. Ryan Callan

    Ryan Callan

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    Fun track :)