Ladies and nutmen,

just now I am realizing I forgot to officially mention that I have been working on another project for the past months. RAWR Absolute World Replacement is currently 32bpp/ExtraZoom LANDSCAPE with ROADS and TRACKS. Eventually I am hoping to replace all the sprites the game needs, and the final output then could be a full base set.

Visually, the set is obviously 32bpp/ExtraZoom which looks relatively nice. Functionally, it lets you choose from the 4 climates and force any of them visually. That way you can apply any of them you want – especially if you load the newGRF as a static one. I hope you like it, there is still a lot of things to be done, but the core is there.

The project home is at the devzone per usual – you can also find a guide on how to apply static NewGRFs. I also have a thread at tt-forums, you are welcome to contribute/place your impressions/screenshots there ๐Ÿ™‚

You can download RAWR from the online content – BaNaNaS – through the game, or from the website manually.
Enjoy and let me know what you think!



5 comments so far

  1. PhuocLe January 28, 2015 04:39

    Sorry, I cannot find the download link ?

    Could you help me.


  2. A January 28, 2015 05:08

    You can find it in the ‘ Check Online Content ‘ – then type in ‘ rawr ‘. It should be the only thing that shows up. Follow the wiki instructions too. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. V453000 January 28, 2015 06:29

    Updated the post with info about download ๐Ÿ™‚ thanks for asking

  4. roysvork February 22, 2015 11:42

    Hey great job V this sounds awesome! I took it for a spin and all I see is roads and farms though… should the regular tiles have changed too?

  5. V453000 March 19, 2015 19:04

    Definitely, yes… you probably changed your tiles by some other newGRF I would guess… there is no other way to remove stuff from RAWR; or your download got interrupted an the grf is incomplete. Removing manually and redownloading afterwards would help in that case.

Leave a comment

Please be polite and on topic. Your email-address will never be published.