Transport Fever

Transport Fever

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Scenario: Europe
Vehicle: Wagon
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May 13, 2018 @ 6:04am
May 15, 2018 @ 6:14pm
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In 1 collection by Krelmulon
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Description
Default (vanilla) Frieght Cars that can haul with a compartment setup. We all see those small crates sitting on the docks. Well now your railroad works are smart enough to figure out you can stack crates on top of each other. Sure you will have to sort the cargo at your unload but that is the other guys' problem. If I can figure out how to get .dds files to work right for me and not crash my game I will make a unique skin for these cars so they are not identical to the stock cars.

This is a collection of ALL vanilla boxcars, they are set to the same speeds and years as their originals.

Each car is broken into 4 compartments, each holds 1/4 the vanilla capacity of the car.

The only difference in goods is that these cars do not haul livestock but rather grain (in sacks).

The last difference is that these cars are 1 loading speed slower than their vanilla counterparts. This is due to the fact they would have to sort the goods when loading.

For a version that is 3 times slower at loading than this one check out my other version
https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1386281286

*Update: Added new textures for cars. Some textures are not final and were more of a proof of concept to myself that I got the dds files working... most of the time.
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3 Comments
OwO May 26, 2018 @ 11:24am 
Can you create a version for stake cars too?! this is awesome!
GDracer16 May 22, 2018 @ 7:52am 
i absoluetly love this mod! Hauling multiple items in ONE CAR is exteremly useful!
Crystal Methen May 14, 2018 @ 2:43am 
Amazing, always wanted something like this! For better balance you could add additional 1-3 slower loading speed, so they wouldn't get overused on specialised lines but rather on lines which spread the goods around the map.