Transport Fever

Transport Fever

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Loch Lomond - No Industry
 
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Scenario: Europe
Misc: Map
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Sep 20, 2017 @ 10:04am
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Loch Lomond - No Industry

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Description
Aye!

This map is a quasi-realistic replica of the surrounding area of Loch Lomond in Scotland, just west of Glasgow. This is a very large map with several bodies of water, plains in the south, and lots of mountains in the north. Thus, you can find an easier area to start at, and some challenging areas for real perverts also.
The task is - after drinking way too much of the notorious local alcoholic beverages - to make all the happy mallards suffocate from engine smoke, and to cut all the fish into pieces with ship propellers.

I've added one single Farm and a Food Processing Plant to the map, so you're free to build any factories of your choice anywhere, but in order to do that, you're going to need a mod that allows building industry.

Also, I highly recommend using TFCE to add more vegetation to the map for better looks, and to limit town growth rate to save some FPS.

If you have any difficulties, please let me know, this is the first working version of the map, so possibly there will be some updates.

I really hope you enjoy! If not, several shots of whisky might help.


Please check out my other maps:
Loch Tay
Firth of Forth
Isle of Man
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5 Comments
☆ Special Guest Star ☆  [author] Oct 20 @ 7:38am 
Very nece scenery there, but the lack of villages around would make the map quite impossible to play.
Devil wolf Oct 18 @ 2:04pm 
could you make loch Katrine thank you for maybe reading this
Evenos802 Sep 12 @ 12:02am 
Hello. for which you do not make cards accessible to people who can not afford a computer of 4k or more. thank you
PilotNL Sep 22, 2017 @ 4:27am 
It wouldn't be the waverly as it normally sails up and down the clyde, however the Maid of the Loch paddle steamer is currently under restauration and will be sailing soon
Stena Britannica Sep 21, 2017 @ 8:57am