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A guy had plans to make the buildings graphics very specific with outlines, but Unity behaved in a weird way. He posted a screenshot that showed some pink glowing things where all the lines were electric and crazy! It looked super cool, and he eventually got it working the way he intended.
Modders have also made helicopters that you can fly around the city. TR: In what ways can somebody building a city in Skylines learn something about themselves? TR: Traffic has been highlighted as one of the more problematic elements of the game, with cars getting stuck in single lanes and the whole thing really having a negative impact on cities.
Are there any plans to change the way traffic works in the game? MH: There's no way we're going to change it because the traffic behaves in that way due to computing power. If a car is going somewhere and there's a jam we can't recalculate the path for it to go a different way because it would cause massive performance issues, and we still need to have the big maps, so it basically comes down to choices.
It's something we're looking to improve and if we get the chance we'll try to give the player more control over it, but it's not going to be in the way that people have suggested where cars will change lanes. That wouldn't be difficult to program, but the effect of it would be devastating.
I hope that people don't feel that traffic is so challenging that the game isn't fun anymore because that's the worst thing that could happen. TR: Are there any tips you can give people to alleviate traffic issues - such as how they approach designing roads? MH: You can create pretty cool systems that are likely to alleviate the traffic.
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First of all, don't place too many crossings down so that vehicles get stuck in traffic lights. Underpasses and overpasses are very clever ways of handling crossings, along with tunnels, which have now been implemented. Also think the placing of zones; for example, trucks will need to go industrial areas so don't make them start in residential areas where there's already traffic. It's just a case of figuring out how the city will grow, and doing it in a way so that it won't cause massive lots of traffic.
TR: Missions and random events such as natural disasters would be a cool addition, are there any plans for that or will you leave it up to modders? MH: We want to make things that are really grand and big, and we're not sure how easy natural disasters would be for modders to do. To have developers working on big features like that would be beneficial for all Skylines players because we need to remember that the majority of players don't use mods. We don't have plans to work on natural disasters yet, but it would be cool to have because we already have the water system in place. MH: We'll have a big expansion and release both free and paid updates, all of which we'll be revealing at Gamescom.
Would you mind giving your opinion on a few of them? TR: A transportation pack: bikes, bike lanes, skaters, trams and above-ground metros. MH: There are some very cool ideas in there! Above-ground metros is very unlikely to happen. I haven't been thinking about skate parks, but it sounds like fun. I wonder what our animator would come up with - probably something crazy.