UPDATE 3: Fixed some more texture issues and replaced the grass and asphalt textures with higher resolution alternatives since I accidentally scaled them down before.
UPDATE 2: Fixed a possible crashing bug on the FPS version of the map. Also fixed some texture issues and added mini images. Might have done some other minor stuff that I don't recall at the moment.
UPDATE: Now has a race around it. You'll need to regen your cache for the race to show up.
This is Mountain Run. It has one 6 or so kilometer long road that weaves amongst the mountains. It's also good for crawling if that's what you like to do. Features alpha splatting and proper ground models.
It's a quarry-style map. One of the first I made for RoR, converted from 1nsane. I spent a lot of time some years ago to sculpt this map for making it interesting with trucks and rock crawlers. I don't think I will work on it anymore so here it is if you like it.
Warning: everything except the quarry part is rubbish - you've been warned.
Quite big update, even if everything cannot be seen:
- A big rock
- More trails
- Performance optimization
- Underwater is dark
- Detailled textures reworked
- Better shading
A small island with detailled ground for offroad fun! Try to get on the water near the marina, there is a path there.
You will also find a giant parabolic antenna and an oil buoy inspired by Brent Spar where you can land with an helicopter.
There is also a little rock-crawling trail.
Hope you'll like it
Thanks Lifter for testing
CGtextures for Brent Spar and ground
Map made with L3DT
Since the base content is now shipped separately, here is Belgium on the repository for you to re-discover it!
It's the first map I ever made, it was originally for 1nsane. It has been converted to RoR with great success, in terms of details, height resolution, vegetation, mud and rocks. There are plenty of things to be done there. Each part is designed for you to have fun. It's mainly good for offroad.
I'd like to thank the following members for their help during this first map building, they gave me the RoR-love (I may shed a tear ;-) ):