Developer blog #2: Constructions

In the second developer blog we discuss our approach to constructions like e.g. train stations or airports. We invested quite some development time to finally offer a smart user interface to build and modify any kind of constructions.

In addition to train stations, construction examples include bus, tram and truck stations, airports, harbors and industries. The latter are modified by the game itself, i.e. industries can upgrade and downgrade dependent on the player’s performance.

One of the main development goals was to make the construction format as generic as possible in order to allow modders to create any kind of constructions. In a next developer blog we will discuss this topic in more detail.

Thanks for your interest in Transport Fever. As always, we look forward to receiving your feedback!

FAQ page updated

We are very happy to see the growing interest in Transport Fever.

Today >the FAQ page< was updated to answer some of the new question which were asked on the website and across the social media channels. Among others, the answers address topics like track and street construction.

The FAQ page will be updated during the development of the game, so we would like to invite you to furthermore send us questions, feedback and suggestions!

Currently, we are working on a next development blog which will soon be published here.

Developer blog #1: Vehicle features

Vehicles are key to operate a successful company in Transport Fever. During the development, great value was set upon the vehicles features in order to both ensure high visual quality and enrich the gameplay experience.

The first developer blog demonstrates these features in detail. The following video shows how lights, aging, paintings, logos, interiors and animations work:

The tool shown in the video allows for quick vehicle previews. It is not part of the game but may be released within the context of modding tools later on.

We are looking forward to your feedback. As always, suggestions and questions are very welcome!