Gravis City: Industrial Zone 11 (v1.0.0)

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Gravis City: Industrial Zone 11 (v1.0.0)

Post by Cynon on Thu Jun 15, 2017 10:30 am

The second Gravis City track to be released, Zone 11 is a temporary roval that is almost exactly 1 mile long (1.007). It's a true roval, all four corners are distinct. The west end of the track resembles Indianapolis (it's rectangular), and the east end is more of a trapezoid shape like the old Emerson Fittipaldi Speedway in Rio de Janerio, Brazil. Like the other oval I've made, this track also has zero banking.

Layout:


Features:

  • A lot of animating objects, like smoke clouds, the infamous Gravis City haze layer.
  • The version of the haze layer that exists on this track may be the single largest NR2003 object ever.
  • The haze moves with the wind.
  • The first NR track that I'm aware of that uses multiple layers of scenery on the horizon. However, since it's all one color (silhouettes of buildings) and there's little space that doesn't have buildings in the way, you probably won't notice it much.
  • Animating TV fake news! SAD!
  • The second known track to use an ambient color. The other being Zone 7. The one on this track is less brown and more of a blue.
  • Tunnels!
  • Supports a 47 car field.
  • Water, toxic waste, a literal dumpster fire...
  • Made for 110% AI, like everything else I've made...
  • Very quick cautions.
  • The absence of the two objects that I highly suspect created FPS issues on Zone 7 (the missile turrets and this one other building that had 41 materials on it).
  • Some things are forever, but covfefe is eternal.
  • The distinctive Gravis City sky and reflection textures.



(this is the Pit Lane 2 camera)




This track started life because of a Facebook debate between me and someone else who didn't know what a roval was. This track literally exists because of an ego trip.

Download:
v1.0.0

As with anything else I've made, if you want to edit, steal, or re-use anything, go ahead. I know there's a lot of people to credit for some of the assets on this track, but some of the assets on this track were made by/came from:


  • Deus Ex
  • Marathon: Infinity
  • Marathon: Rubicon
  • Excalibur: Morgana's Revenge
  • Nobiax (the trash piles)
  • Mystical (the dumpster)
  • The NR2003 Effects Directory (the really cheesy fireball on the barrel outside of turn 3)
  • Age of Wonders 1 (the fire)


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Re: Gravis City: Industrial Zone 11 (v1.0.0)

Post by zfitzwater599 on Thu Jun 15, 2017 10:24 pm

This is a cool track
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Re: Gravis City: Industrial Zone 11 (v1.0.0)

Post by Cynon on Tue Jun 20, 2017 10:43 pm

Version 1.0.0 officially released. Very Happy

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Re: Gravis City: Industrial Zone 11 (v1.0.0)

Post by John Norton on Wed Jun 21, 2017 11:05 am

I can't even get to the file. All I see is an endless stream of ad.fly garbage. Every new page that opens is either a new ad or some scam telling you that your computer may have a virus and is blocked, forcing you hit their "OK" button 50 times just so it can reload the same junk, or lock up your computer. Shocked
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Re: Gravis City: Industrial Zone 11 (v1.0.0)

Post by AntmanB on Wed Jun 21, 2017 4:38 pm

"Some things are forever, but covfefe is eternal."

love how you put my Discord Mistake in there, lol
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Re: Gravis City: Industrial Zone 11 (v1.0.0)

Post by bsoyuz on Wed Jun 21, 2017 4:49 pm

John Norton wrote:I can't even get to the file. All I see is an endless stream of ad.fly garbage. Every new page that opens is either a new ad or some scam telling you that your computer may have a virus and is blocked, forcing you hit their "OK" button 50 times just so it can reload the same junk, or lock up your computer. Shocked

My advice to that is simply, not clicking the link, but instead, right-clicking and copying the link, pasting it into the address bar and then removing the ad.fly section of it. Most of the time it has worked for me.
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Re: Gravis City: Industrial Zone 11 (v1.0.0)

Post by andyp95 on Sat Jun 24, 2017 8:09 pm

bsoyuz wrote:
John Norton wrote:I can't even get to the file. All I see is an endless stream of ad.fly garbage. Every new page that opens is either a new ad or some scam telling you that your computer may have a virus and is blocked, forcing you hit their "OK" button 50 times just so it can reload the same junk, or lock up your computer. Shocked

My advice to that is simply, not clicking the link, but instead, right-clicking and copying the link, pasting it into the address bar and then removing the ad.fly section of it. Most of the time it has worked for me.


Great advice to get around the ad.fly stuff. Worked for me went directly to the download page. Very Happy

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