These are 8 houses I made some time ago. They are quite lowpoly (so you can place much of them on one place without having lags). BUT they have a very large (1024*1024) texture, so please resize them to a size wich is passable for you. All of them have collisionsmeshs.
In a game where approximately 99.9% of the players like to see things get destroyed, mauled, smashed, torn to shreds, incinerated, devastated, set on fire, and blown up, a load like this is more than necessary. Oxsergy and I (Beolex) bring you the Destructible Barricade. This is a meshed load which makes a good backdrop as scenery to your terrain, or just eye-candy for you masochistic freaks that like seeing things get destroyed. It is a tri-section load, meaning it has two legs and a board that can all rip apart for your disastrous pleasures. It is recommended that you pre-place it on a terrain so it is permanently there whenever you run the game, but it is also lift-able (via crane/boom) and can be placed in the bed of a vehicle and secured, too. However, to keep this barricade realistic, it needed to be semi-weak so it can be destroyed by most moving forces. As a result, hauling/lifting this with machinery can result in the barricade breaking, as it is fragile.
Here's a Christmas tree used for Drag racing that I made upon request from Brickman. The reason for why I really made is so that people have a Christmas tree that they can put on whatever terrain they want.
DODGE charger (me) - Modelling, Texturing, and placing [read more]
1.5km x 1.5km.
The terrain is set in rural Greece and includes farmland, villages, forests and mountains. There is a long network of dirt and asphalt roads which run throughout the terrain and the various areas of the map complete with signs. An FPS version with reduced vegetation density and distances for use with slower computers is also included which gives a significant increase in performance.