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PostPosted: 24 Apr 2012, 15:34 
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Cindini: Tropical Regions Explored
This Screenshot thread is based on a Network game originally hosted by Romazoon, and is played on a modified OTTD (ChrillPatchPack) game. Using the Cindini scenario that can be downloaded via BaNaNa's

not bothering to show how we actually build the network (using some cheats) and how the actual passenger networks are setup using the passenger destinations, i will mainly try to show our design descisions on the map, trying to make the network as realistic as possible in the huge map & huge cities.

Download location (v3.0) is on TT-Forums: http://www.tt-forums.net/viewtopic.php?f=60&t=58204
Scenario Updater is Whopper

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(below description is from the 3.0 topic, but it is highly similar to the 2.0 )

Introduction to Cindini:

Cindini is a map project which is almost 5 years in the making. It features a highly detailed continent with a 'world' population of over 6 million.

Countries of Cindini:
- Impiriata | the most populous country, famous for it's popular coastal towns, historic cities and native herritage.
- Rutanio | a communistic state largely untouched by tourism or globalization except for recent chinese investments.
- Sinzia freestate | a large independant city state that is now the economic powerhouse of the continent.
- Antia | a country well known for it's natural splendours offering dramatic landscapes and superb wildlife watching
- Murica Isle | a holiday hotspot with picture- perfect beaches, world- class diving and dutch colonial herritage.
- Merlin Islands | a wealthy archipel and a surfer's paradise part of the british common wealth.
- South Ronia | the island of sins boosting the continent's largest selection of casino's and strip clubs.
- The Ronian Republic | Cindini's own little 'banana' republic where time stood still for hundreds of years.
- Les Dianos | an archipel of four small laid- back islands just off the coast of Antia.
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Cindini's Travel Guide part 1: Antia

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Country statistics
- Capital | Antia
- Largest city | Capri Teloria
- Population | 385.000
- Language(s) | Spanish (official), English, Portuguese
- Major religion(s) | Christianity
- Major Ethnic groups | (cindi- )European, Creole, Native Cindian
- Currency | Cindini Peso
- Goverment | Presidential republic
- Major exports | Fruit, Mais
- Flag | (See Below)
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Regions
- Antioch Mountains - Roughly splitting the country in two these mountains are a popular place for hiking and mountaineering.
- Latia Wetlands - The extensive mouth of the Rio Teclah covered with mangroves and home to Antia's last native tribes.
- Northern coast - A popular upmarket destination which offers great sailing along it's stunning bays.
- Picatu Steppes - The fast golden plains with a unique biome and a large diversity of wildlife.
- Eastern coast - Although not as popular as Antia's other regions the eastern coast can offer a nice stroll off the beaten path.

Major Settlements
- Capri Teloria - Antia's largest city by far and the capital in all but name.
- San Elanzo - A booming port directly connected to the Mia Bonanda freeway popular with expats.
- Puerto Carima - A very laid- back city with a pleasant seaside setting.
- Lavito - Antia's major tourist town with most of the country's national parks in it's vicinity.
- Nonota - An upmarket town close to the Mia Bonando highway and a popular base for visiting the Picatu steppes or Antia's southern nature reserves.
- Antia - The pittoresque capital surrounded by the mighty Antioch mountain range.

Tourist hotspots
- Sanarit Crater National Park - Probably Antia's most famous National Park based inside a vulcanic caldara
- Capri Teloria - Due to it's popular beach, trendy jazz bars and international allure the city has become a reason on it's own to visit Antia.
- Lake Punica National Park - Although relatively small the lake and it's surrounding area boosts the highest density of game in Cindini.
- Yacht clubs along the northern coast - A popular destination for Yacht owners or those who can afford to hire one.
- Picatu Steppes Reserve - Thanks to the open area's this is the best place in Cindini to spot the cindian bushdog or a spotted cougar.


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Cindini's Travel Guide part 2: Les Dianos

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Country statistics
- Capital | Zidena
- Largest city | Zidena
- Population | 53.200
- Language(s) | Spanish (official), English, Portuguese
- Major religion(s) | Christianity
- Major Ethnic groups | (cindi- )European, Creole
- Currency | Cindini Peso
- Goverment | Presidential republic
- Major exports | Rubber, Mais
- Flag | (See Below)
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Regions
- Isla Dia Porto - The northernmost and most populous island of the archipelago.
- Isla Dia Pueno - Here you will find the two best beaches of the archipelago.
- Isla Dia Taco - The largest Island with the most options for outdoor activities.
- Isla Dia Nupla - The smallest Island and the nation's breadbasket.


Major Settlements
- Zidena - The capitol city and the seat to the president who also holds the rank of Captain-General.
- Pizati - The second largest town on the archipelago and it's major industrial center.
- Mia Donjeda - Dia Pueno's prime settlement and the gateway to Vista beach.

Tourist hotspots
- Zidena - Despite it's small size the capitol city is surprisingly vibrant and a popular destination for backpackers.
- Medio - This ancient fortress town is nicely build on the water and holds the oldest church of the archipelago.
- Beaches at Isla Dia Pueno and Isla Dia Porto - Although Les Dianos is not regarded as Cindini's prime beach paradise, it does offer a couple of very decent stretches of sand.


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Oh my... :shock: I was just wondering where to add a reply, but my Godness what an ambitious project! And how did you make those excellent pictures? :o

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SAC wrote:
Oh my... :shock: I was just wondering where to add a reply, but my Godness what an ambitious project! And how did you make those excellent pictures? :o


first and foremost: i did not. as i mentioned, the information on Cindini itself i stole from the author of the 2.0 and 3.0 map. i DID however contribute to this huge map project in an earlier stage, and i have permission to republish his own travel guides over here. when i have time im gonna help him develop this scenario based on the 8 games i played on the map so far (3 on 1.0, 5 on 2.0 and soon i might restart everything and do a 3.0 game...)

the 2.0 game however was played on the server of Romazoon. epic multiplayer game, and i WILL show you the even more epic outcomes of the ingame footage with stations etc

EDIT:
http://wiki.openttd.org/Scenarios_Team/ ... ap_Project
the original map project


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Oh well... interesting indeed... :)

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SAC wrote:
Oh well... interesting indeed... :)

//Edit to myself;

READ everything first... :lol:


no worries, i WILL create my own huge scenario as well, the project is started up, most likely it will take me multiple years to finish, but i will start working on landmasses soon, i draw some pictures out on paper on how it should look, now i just have to determine climate (artic vs temperate) and start working on it (i think im going for actic, but im not 100% sure yet)


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Added guide 2: all Credits to Whopper who is still the owner of all rights, the creator of the superb map & travel guides, download the 3.0 scenario from BaNaNa's !


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