Klausburg: Becoming a big city

Posted by tule00 on 2 May 2018 in English (English)

Hey everyone,

I've really been dedicated to my city of Klausburg lately. I think that the city is looking way more realistic by now. It's supposed to be a typical German-looking city, with around 120 000 inhabitants.

What do you all think? Is it coming along nicely? All thoughts, suggestions and criticism are welcome.


Comment from Thunderbird on 2 May 2018 at 15:00

Nothing but positive feedback from me. It looks very realistic to me, but as an American I can't speak for the European mappers. Great work!

I'd love to see all of your streets "wegs" named, not just the main ones!


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Comment from Jesus Antonio on 3 May 2018 at 00:55

I dont like it... I LOVE IT, very good. Only more filled and it will look like a full-realistic city.

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Comment from Marcello on 4 May 2018 at 12:18

Your concept works, and the looks are allright. It may indeed pass for a middle -European city (if we had that on OGF, obviously, which we have not).

Two points of criticism, though:

  • Your streets are practically nowhere really exact parallel, or have 90 degree corners, not even in supposedly newer neighbourhoods. That looks weird.

  • Your tramway system, although good in idea, uses irrealistically tight curves. The point south of the bridge where the tracks make a 270 degrees curve in what looks to be a under 25 metres radius - negociating at least 6 metres of height as well - is really too much of a good thing (bad thing, rather). No tram will ever keep on those tracks. Your lay-out through the 'old town' is too close and I think one tram crossing over the river will suffice. But the basics work: some carefull re-planning and re-engineering and it's o.k.

For the rest: keep up the good work.


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