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Maxis Highway Override - Concrete Retexture by Bipin, MGB & Samerton 2.0.0

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Maxis Highway Override - Concrete Retexture
by @Bipin, @rsc204 and @Samerton

 

Information
- This mod will replace the textures for the Maxis Highway Override network included in the Network Addon Mod to a concrete texture.

Installation

- To install this mod, paste the folder entitled "z____Concrete_MHO" directly into your plugins folder.
- If you are installing the mod into a custom folder within your plugins, ensure it loads after the Maxis Highway Override itself.

- Four optional files are included, please remove any that aren't needed:

  - z_BTM_Patch.dat
    For users of the Shinkansen (BTM) mod included in the NAM

  - z_Moonlinght_Alternate_ELR_Patch.dat
    For users of the Alternate El-Rail mod included in the NAM

  - z_RRW_Patch.dat
    For users of RealRailWay from the NAM

  - z_JapNAMFL_Overpasses_Patch.dat
    For users of the Japanese NAM Facelift Mods Overpasses. Ensure this loads after the Japanese NAM Facelift mod itself.

  Including these files without having the corresponding mods installed may cause issues.

- To uninstall this mod, simply remove the folder containing the mod (by default "z___Concrete_MHO") from your plugins folder.

Dependencies
- Network Addon Mod with Maxis Highway Override installed

Special Thanks

- Thanks to @MandelSoft for providing the model files for the Maxis Highway Override tunnel entrances

- A huge thanks goes to @rsc204 for the new version 2.0 models and fixes - check out other projects by rsc204 here

Support
- If you're experiencing an issue with the mod, you can find the support thead here: 

http://community.simtropolis.com/forums/topic/59701-samertons-retextures-development-and-support/

 

Textures created by @Bipin and Samerton - check out other projects by Bipin here

Modded by @Samerton


What's New in Version 2.0.0   View Changelog


Released

Credit for this update goes to @rsc204, huge thanks to him!

- Update models for NAM 35

- Update MHO tunnel model textures

- Fix a couple of outdated model textures

- Include support for the BTM, RRW and alternate El-Rail implementation within the NAM, as well as the Japan overpasses mod




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APSMS

   3 of 3 members found this review helpful 3 / 3 members

I'm still not sold on concrete shoulders (all the freeways are concrete where I am and none have a concrete shoulder) , but I am still solidly impressed with the effort and detail.

Theres a bit of tiling from further zooms, I notice, but still grade A work. Thanks! 

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AsimPika3172

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

Nice highway in MHO white version! :thumb: Time for enjoy it!

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Takingyouthere

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

Wow this mod looks fantastic in an urban environment. 

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_marsh_

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

Love it!

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MisterBlueStar4

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

Needs to be in NAM 36

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sucram17

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

well this is some piece of work:lol: Well done fellows, and thanks for sharing. Next might finally be a similar road mod.

5/5

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rsc204

   1 of 2 members found this review helpful 1 / 2 members

Well, well, well... you did it! Congrats to both Samerton and BiPin for getting this to a point of release. I know this one has been floating around for a while. Not only that though, but you've comprehensively ensured every MHO piece is covered.

It's a shame that a full RHW override would be so much work, the number of textures is staggering. Because I think this style would look great everywhere. Nonetheless, this is a excellent cosmetic mod that I can highly recommend.

If there was one tiny addition I'd like to see... what about an EU variant, basically without the Yellow lines?

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Dominik15

   0 of 1 member found this review helpful 0 / 1 member

Why are Maxis ramps not even included?
How to connect the exits from the roundabout to the highway ?

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matias93

  

Yay for concrete: nicer, more environmentally friendly, structurally useful and in general more better than best ;p

And while the chances of getting a similar mod for the entire RHW are super slim, I still hold the hopes...

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