This is my first attempt at making nice looking terrain, it still has some issues with FPS but does come with an FPS version.
Brutal Valley is designed mainly for off-roading with about 1 km long rock course and other tracks, but it is also good for driving, rallying or hauling.
Comes with 6 versions:
Brutal Valley (Standard)
Brutal Valley Wet (Hard)
Brutal Valley Dry (Easy)
Brutal Valley Fps (Standard)
Brutal Valley Wet Fps (Hard)
Brutal Valley Dry Fps (Easy)
Flex ramp is by Dennis-W.
Textures from Google images.
Trees/bushes by LJFHutch.
Bogs by MICRACER.
Caelum settings by Brickman.
Rest by Straubz.
Thanks to all my Beta testers that helped along the way.
If you wish to view some of the development or post your comments or any problems you find please do so in the thread Brutal-Valley
This is the DS9 Map: Submarineworld 09 - "The Ocean" part 1
you have 4 large harbours for containers, passengers and other goods..
..a trainline, suited for container transport
a fire department and a bus-line with lot's of bus-stops..
a large and deep watermass with some underwater stuff to explore and salvage
not all is perfect - I made some mistakes that got obviouse too late to restart..
..I've fondeled around a lot - and I think it is now playable..
however - it is not quite what I had in mind..
sputnik_1, DEMAG ZKKE & Railroad system (thanks for the help)
Redeye, bus-stops, bus-depot
donoteat, industrial buildings, cementplant
I dont know, distcenter (was told I may use it but have no idea who made it originally)
blendswap, the ship wreck, cc0
train tracks, docks, industrial building 1&2, Trainbridge, Castle and the map
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 ;-) ):