[On hold] Development on version 2.x (Iceland Edition)

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28 Jul 2014 14:25

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I'm quite curious to see how PH-AMG is handling those problems when he's starting work on a snow-zone.
Rocks are my secret weapon ;) I will have to find another way.
Rocks can do a lot. The example is the pieces of road close to Fjarðabyggð and Seyðisfjörður :)

Rocks rock!

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28 Jul 2014 16:47

Maaaaaan those pictures looks so wonderful...another feeling compared to the classic landscapes

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28 Jul 2014 20:55

So you can't make tailored mountains? Just deal with a predefined model and go on? Now, that would be a bit disappointing...

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28 Jul 2014 23:44

realdeal350 wrote:Wow. Just, simply wow. :o
Just a question half of Iceland is on the American plate and the other half is on the Eurasian plate, and where those plates meet in Iceland, there is a line of black rocks. Are you going to add that into Iceland? :?:
So does this mean only European Iceland should be on ETS2 and the other one on ATS or is this where the two games LINK before ATS comes out! If so, ;D. WE GOT A PIECE OF ATS!

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29 Jul 2014 07:17

TehHipster wrote:So does this mean only European Iceland should be on ETS2 and the other one on ATS or is this where the two games LINK before ATS comes out! If so, ;D. WE GOT A PIECE OF ATS!
Tectonic plates have nothing to do with continents. Iceland is completely located in Europe.

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29 Jul 2014 19:24

This looks absolutely fantastic! Keep it up!
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29 Jul 2014 19:40

Guys, you are doing an amazing job! :o

PS:...just for curiosity: we will see some geyser? :?
My screenshot thread http://www.promods.net/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=2519

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29 Jul 2014 22:22

Purno wrote:
TehHipster wrote:So does this mean only European Iceland should be on ETS2 and the other one on ATS or is this where the two games LINK before ATS comes out! If so, ;D. WE GOT A PIECE OF ATS!
Tectonic plates have nothing to do with continents. Iceland is completely located in Europe.
Iceland is on those two tectonic plates, but it is part of Europe.
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30 Jul 2014 14:22

Purno wrote:
TehHipster wrote:So does this mean only European Iceland should be on ETS2 and the other one on ATS or is this where the two games LINK before ATS comes out! If so, ;D. WE GOT A PIECE OF ATS!
Tectonic plates have nothing to do with continents. Iceland is completely located in Europe.
Half of iceland is in Euraasian plate and second half is in north-american plate so it's not complety in europe, it's in both plates. Maybe after millions years iceland will be in 2 pieces. But iceland belongs to europe

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30 Jul 2014 14:33

Mikyli wrote:
Purno wrote:
TehHipster wrote:So does this mean only European Iceland should be on ETS2 and the other one on ATS or is this where the two games LINK before ATS comes out! If so, ;D. WE GOT A PIECE OF ATS!
Tectonic plates have nothing to do with continents. Iceland is completely located in Europe.
Half of iceland is in Euraasian plate and second half is in north-american plate so it's not complety in europe, it's in both plates.
Europe isn't a plate. It's a continent. Please stop confusing continents with tectonic plates.

Iceland is completely located in Europe.



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